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Wallaceburg,

town (1991 pop. 11,846), SE Ont., Canada, on the Sydenham River near Lake St. Clair. It is a port of entry with some light industry.
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Adam Childs lives in Wallaceburg, Ontario, with his wife and daughter.
Diecaster Transcast Precision Inc., Wallaceburg, Ontario, Canada, recently fought a court order to supply several automotive customers with parts and won, according to a press release issued by the company.
They emigrated to Wallaceburg, Ontario, Canada, in the 60s.
Murphy arrived at the ceremony fresh from the opening the same day of another of the new concept outlets, in Wallaceburg, Ontario, bringing to 20 the number of those stores now operating.
"It is a wonderful but unusual way to start a congregation," says Hugh Appel, minister of Knox Church in Wallaceburg, Ontario. He is convener of the committee, delegated by the Presbytery of Essex-Kent, to find a way to use a gift of about $600,000 in assets (cash and building) in rebuilding a congregation.
That honour is due a Canadian, James Lee of Wallaceburg, Ontario.
Libbey also closed its Wallaceburg, Ontario, plant at the end of May as part of its capacity realignment program.
They were recently married and now live in their hometown of Wallaceburg, Ontario. Gabriela happily works as the homemaker while her husband manages a local plumbing store
Libbey posted a net loss reflecting last month's massive restructuring, which included the closure of the company's Wallaceburg, Ontario, plant; the elimination of more than 500 jobs; employee severance payments; and the disposition of assets.
Instead, a creative schedule includes four straight home games and offers foes ranging from downstate Salem to Wallaceburg, Ontario.