Pelee Island

Pelee Island

(pē`lē), 18 sq mi (47 sq km), S Ont., Canada, in W Lake Erie. Scudder is the chief town. Ferry service connects the island with the Canadian and U.S. mainland. Middle Island off S Pelee is the southernmost point of Canada.
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The Bass Islands of Ohio and Pelee Island on the Ontario side are fine areas for bass to 7 pounds.
A brief excursion to Pelee Island was also necessary to obtain triangulation.
It is set on Pelee Island in Lake Erie, and is based on local history and Native myth.
Everett de Jong of Pelee Island Winery has been coming to the fair since its inception and found his distributor, Kenneth Chu of Hong Kong-based MBA Global Management, at the show Everett said MBA has "made a huge difference" in Pelee Island's efforts in China, and he strongly advised wineries looking to move into Asia to "use Hong Kong as your hub."
Investigators revealed it had originated at Ontario and was listed for a 37-mile journey to Pelee Island.
Callan's plane took off from the Canadian town of Windsor on a short 50-kilometre hop to nearby Pelee Island, but veered wildly off its route, crossing the US border and heading south until it reached Nashville - which also happens to be Swift's hometown.
The new travel guide offers information and travel tips on 82 winery properties from four wine destinations in Ontario, Lake Erie North Shore and Pelee Island, Niagara Escarpment and Twenty Valley, Niagara-on-the-Lake and Prince Edward County.
Ontario Ontario has four appellations: Lake Erie North Shore, Niagara Peninsula, Pelee Island and Prince Edward County.
The last three are also known from the Canadian Erie Islands on Pelee Island (Oldham 2001).
The province's more than a million square kilometres stretch from Pelee Island in the south--at the same latitude as northern California--to Fort Severn in the far northwest--at about the same latitude as Glasgow, Scotland.
New, and previously determined, trace-element analyses (20 elements) for 162 wines from rive regions across Canada (Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario (Niagara and Pelee Island) and British Columbia (Okanagan and Vancouver Island)) test the hypothesis that wines can be regionally "fingerprinted", using routine ICP-MS analyses.