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Hearst, Ontario

NHL hockey player * Rumun Ndur, former NHL hockey player Media Radio Hearst's only local radio service is provided by CINN (CINN-FM), a community radio station. All other radio stations available in the community are rebroadcasters of stations from Kapuskasing, Timmins or Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). * FM 90.3 - CBON-26 (CBON-FM), Première Chaîne * FM 91.1 - CINN (CINN-FM), franco-ontarian community (community radio) * FM 91.9 - CBCS-FM CBCC


Renfrew, Ontario

Valley Heritage Radio community radio - The '''National Hockey Association''' (NHA) (officially the ''National Hockey Association of Canada Limited'') was a professional ice hockey organization with teams in Ontario and Quebec, Canada. It is the direct predecessor organization to today's National Hockey League (NHL). Founded in 1909 by Ambrose O'Brien (from Renfrew


Creston, British Columbia

; 00 97.7 FM Creston (Creston, British Columbia) Creston Community Radio community radio - - CBTS-FM (CBTK-FM) 0 100.3 FM Creston (Creston, British Columbia) CBC Radio One public (public broadcasting) news talk (talk radio) - cities Greenwood (Greenwood, British Columbia), Grand Forks (Grand Forks, British Columbia), Castlegar (Castlegar, British Columbia), Cranbrook


Saltspring Island

Columbia Highway 101 Highway 101 ): Earls Cove (Earls Cove, British Columbia) to Saltery Bay (Saltery Bay, British Columbia) - CIOC-FM-1 (CIOC-FM) 00 98.5 FM Saltspring Island Rogers Communications adult contemporary - - CFSI-FM 0 107.9 FM Saltspring Island Salt Spring Island Radio community radio - "Gulf of Georgia"


Temiskaming Shores

radio community *104.5 FM - CJTT (CJTT-FM), adult contemporary Newspapers Weekly community newspapers include ''The Temiskaming Speaker'', ''The Temiskaming Speaker'' ''Le Reflet'' ''Le Reflet'' and ''The Temiskaming Speaker Weekender'' ''The Temiskaming Speaker weekender'' and the biweekly ''The Voice


Ribble Valley

College, Whalley *Moorland School *Stonyhurst College Sport *The PESL Futsal Cup, Clitheroe Local radio Community radio Ribble Valley Radio was a community radio station based in Clitheroe, part of the new, third sector of local radio licensed by OFCOM. http: www.ofcom.org.uk radio ''ofcom.org.uk'' The project was launched in September 2004


Terrace, British Columbia

community (community radio) classic rock * FM 95.3 - CBTH-FM (CFPR), CBC Radio One (repeats CFPR, Prince Rupert (Prince Rupert, British Columbia)) * FM 96.9 - CBUF-FM-3 (CBUF-FM), Première Chaîne (repeats CBUF-FM, Vancouver) * FM 103.1 - CJFW-FM, country (country music) Television * Channel 3 - CFTK-TV, CBC Television private affiliate Bibliography *


Parry Sound, Ontario

the towers had been decommissioned as aerial fire fighting techniques were employed. Media Radio * FM 88.9 - CBPO (CBPO-FM), weather alerts (Weatheradio) * FM 89.9 - CBLR (CBLA-FM), CBC Radio One * FM 91.3 - CHRZ (CHRZ-FM), First Nations community (Community radio) (Parry Island (Parry Island, Ontario)) * FM 103.3 - CKLP (CKLP-FM) "The Moose 103.3", adult contemporary Television * 12 - CKVR-01 (CKVR-TV), CTV Two * 18 - CBLT-TV CBLT-3


Whitchurch–Stouffville

by Aurora (Aurora, Ontario), and on the west by King (King, Ontario). - CIWS-FM 0 102.7 FM Whitchurch–Stouffville WhiStle Community Radio community radio - The territory of Dominion stores was approximately the following: the City of Toronto; York Region (Regional Municipality of York), excluding Stouffville (Whitchurch–Stouffville); the Cities of Mississauga and Oakville (Oakville, Ontario); and the Cities of Pickering (Pickering, Ontario) and Ajax (Ajax, Ontario). '''Stouffville''' ( '''Vaughan:''' CFU758 90.7 (CFU758) group6 Halton Region (Regional Municipality of Halton) - Whitchurch–Stouffville Wayne Emmerson - '''Ballantrae, Ontario''' (2011 population (Canada 2011 Census) 1,382) is a hamlet (hamlet (place)) in the Town of Whitchurch–Stouffville (Whitchurch–Stouffville). Named for the village of Ballantrae in South Ayrshire, Scotland, the community is centred around the intersection of Aurora Road (York Regional Road 15) and Highway 48 (Highway 48 (Ontario)). The hamlet was first settled in the early 19th century, and by 1895 it had a population of 300. Cf. a thorough account of Ballantrae's history in Jean Barkey et al., Whitchurch Township (Erin, ON: Boston Mills, 1993), 87-90. See also the detailed 1878 map, Township of Whitchurch, ''Illustrated historical atlas of the county of York and the township of West Gwillimbury & town of Bradford in the county of Simcoe, Ont.'' (Toronto: Miles & Co., 1878). The town was located on the edge of the vast lumber industry centred in the hamlet of Vivian (Vivian, Ontario); a spur-line of the Toronto and Nipissing Railway built in 1877 ran through Ballantrae from Stouffville (Whitchurch-Stouffville) to Jackson's Point (Jackson's Point, Ontario) on Lake Simcoe. In the early 20th century, Ballantrae's population declined dramatically due to large-scale deforestation and the erosion of the thin soil of northern Whitchurch Township into virtual sand deserts. Barkey et al., Whitchurch Township, 89; 30f. In 1910, its population was 250; cf. Province of Ontario, Gazatteer and Directory, 1910-1911 (Ingersoll: Union, 1910), p. 46. With the passage of the Reforestation Act (1911), the process of reclaiming these areas slowly began. The Vivian Forest, a large conservation area on the edge of Ballantrae, was established in 1924 for this purpose.


Cornwall, Ontario

. Philip VanKoughnet, M.P., former landowner of Cornwall * John Wensink, former left-winger for the Boston Bruins * Jesse Winchester (Jesse Winchester (ice hockey)), forward for the Florida Panthers NHL team * Ryan Leger, drummer for Every Time I Die Media Radio * FM (FM radio) 88.1 – CHRI-FM-1 (CHRI-FM), Christian (Christian music) (relays CHRI-FM Ottawa) * FM 92.1 – CHOD-FM, Franco-Ontarian community (community radio) * FM 95.5 – CBO-FM CBOC-FM


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