the cause of the crash, but there is no evidence for or against the possibility. He commended Robertson for being "outstanding" in his cooperation with the investigation. align center 195 lbs. Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Ontario, Canada
ON.JPG Egan's Chute on Highway 28 north-east of Bancroft. Egan's Chute lies east of the town on Highway 28 (Highway 28 (Ontario)). The chute is a small gorge which the York River churns through, creating white water falls. The lakes surrounding Bancroft are dotted with cottages (Cottage#Cottages in Canada and the U.S.), mostly seasonally occupied. Bancroft lies in a region criss-crossed with snowmobile trails, making it a hub for snowmobilers in the winter months. In the summer
Bancroft and other a direct hit on the town of Combermere (Combermere, Ontario) in Renfrew County (Renfrew County, Ontario). Close to 200,000 residents lose power in the storms and more than 20,000 remain without power for over one week after the event. Extensive property and forest damage results. Amazingly no fatalities result. *August 9 - Journalist Barbara Kay publishes a controversial piece in the ''National Post'', "The Rise of Quebecistan (Barbara Kay controversy)", which accuses several Quebec politicians of endorsing terrorism and anti-semitism. His business had expanded from the sale of goods into the harvesting and sale of timber and the operation of warehouses and wharfs for storing and transporting goods. He also established towns along the Skootamatta River, with mills and factories, at Troy (later Actinolite (Actinolite, Ontario)) and Flint's Mills (now Flinton (Flinton, Ontario)). He purchased mills at York Mills, later named Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario) after his wife's maiden name. He also helped promote steamships on Lake Ontario and railway links in the region. Although forceful and opinionated, he also donated land for schools and churches. * Maynooth, Ontario, a very small town north of Bancroft, Ontario in Canada patrons influenced by Impressionism influenced death_date The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie.
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school. The community also has a Royal Canadian Legion hall, a Catholic and United Church, as well as an outdoor pool which is popular during the summer. The entrance to the townsite, off of Highway 118, is marked by a large metal sculpture of a dragonfly. thumb left 230px Wilberforce circa 1917 (Image:Postcard Wilberforce Ontario.jpg) '''Wilberforce''' was established as "Pusey," a station on the Irondale, Bancroft and Ottawa Railway, and named for railway president Charles J. Pusey. This little railway had initially been built to carry iron ore from open pit mines at Irondale (Irondale, Ontario). Although the mines had closed, the railway had high hopes of extending to Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario) and even higher hopes of reaching Ottawa. At Wilberforce where the railway skirted the southern shore of Pusey Lake, the Wilberforce Lumber Company put up a sawmill. In 1909 the Wilberforce mill was leased to James Lauder and Joseph Spears, of Toronto. The IB&O Railway was taken over by the Canadian Northern Railway in 1912. Messrs. Lauder and Spears along with Lucien B. Howland, (the former General Manager of the IB&O), looking for new business opportunities, acquired a sawmill on the new CNR (Canadian National Railway) line north of Parry Sound, Ontario. The three men eventually established the community of Lost Channel (Lost Channel, Parry Sound District, Ontario) in the Parry Sound District, and went bankrupt in the process. Wilberforce is known among geocachers as the "Geocaching Capital of Canada." Occurrence It occurs metasomatized (metasomatism) limestone skarns and in lamproite and carbonatite veinlets (Vein (geology)). It was first described in 1838 near Warwick (Warwick, New York ), Orange County, New York. It has also been reported from Bancroft, Ontario; in Murcia Province, Spain; in Siberia and near Pyongyang, North Korea. http: rruff.geo.arizona.edu doclib hom warwickite.pdf Handbook of Mineralogy - Bancroft (North Hastings District Hospital) CPB7 Private North Hastings District Hospital Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario) ON (Ontario) The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie.
of artists and artisans live in the surrounding area, and exhibit together in events like the "Fall Studio Tour". The Art Gallery of Bancroft (AGB) is located in the town of Bancroft, Ontario, Canada and is the area's only public not-for profit art gallery. Completely run by dedicated volunteers, the AGB mounts 11-12 exhibitions per year celebrating the work of local and regional artists and artisans. These exhibitions include the popular annual "Juried Show" and the annual student
north of Belleville (Belleville, Ontario) between Madoc (Madoc, Ontario) and Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario) and served by Ontario Highway 62 and County Road 620. The Township is bordered by the Town of Bancroft, Township of Wollaston (Wollaston, Ontario) and the joined Townships of Tudor and Cashel (Tudor and Cashel, Ontario). The township is heavily forested, as is the shoreline of the Limerick Lake, the main industry in the township being forestry and logging. The population of Limerick Township is approx. 300 full-year residents, and another 1000 seasonal residents. Communities '''Cardiff''' is a former mining community
- bgcolor "#eeeeee" Location Harcourt Park is located near the small Village of Harcourt (Harcourt, Ontario) along the remote northeastern border of Haliburton County (Haliburton County, Ontario), with the Town of Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario) being the closest nearby community with a population exceeding one thousand. Harcourt Park is approximately The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie.
103.5 FM Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario) United Christian Broadcasters Canada Christian radio - Significant deposits of fine material are restricted to but a few locales: Bancroft, Ontario, and Mont-Saint-Hilaire, Quebec, in Canada; and Litchfield, Maine, and Magnet Cove, Arkansas, in the USA. The Ice River complex, near Golden, British Columbia, contains sodalite. Ice River deposit on Mindat Smaller deposits are found in South America (Brazil and Bolivia), Portugal, Romania, Burma and Russia. Hackmanite is found principally in Mont-Saint-Hilare and Greenland. The '''York River''' is a river in Ontario, Canada, which originates at Yorkend Lake (Yorkend Lake (Ontario)) in the southern extension of Algonquin Park. The river flows through the town of Bancroft, Ontario, continues on through the Conroy Marsh (Conroy Marsh (Ontario)), a The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie.
show displaying the work of four regional high schools. The gallery gift shop displays the paintings and fine crafts of area artists and the AGB boasts a permanent collection including some of Ontario's finest artists. The town is home to the "Village Playhouse", http: www.bancroftvillageplayhouse.ca a theatre which has been hosting sold out plays, musicals and concerts since the early 1990s. Formerly the Bancroft Community Hall, this historical building was once the local jail, court house and library. Transportation thumb 225px right Old train station (in 2006) (Image:Old station Bancroft ON.JPG) Bancroft lies at the intersection of two provincial highways, Highway 28 (Ontario Highway 28) and Highway 62 (Ontario Highway 62), with several other inroads allowing access to the city. Bancroft is served by a small airport, Bancroft Airport, with a 2,200 foot (670 m) crushed gravel runway, located immediately adjoining the town. The airport is operated by the Bancroft Flying Club and is freely available to the general public. Due to high terrain near both ends of the runway, pilots typically use a non-standard circuit, following the York River valley through the town for departing from runway 12 or landing on runway 30. The Central Ontario Railway arrived in November 1900 connecting Bancroft with Trenton. The railway went through the Musclow-Greenview road and extended behind Birds Creek through a back trail (which is now used for cyclists and fourwheeling) and continued through the town eventually going further away from the town at the 'Y' road division. The line was closed in 1975 and subsequently removed. The Bancroft, Irondale and Ottawa Railway connected Bancroft with Kinmount, Ontario. The line was purchased by the Canadian Northern Ontario Railway which became part of the Canadian National Railways in 1918. The line was abandoned in 1960. The old train station in Bancroft served as the Chamber of Commerce and Mineral Museum until it was condemned in 2008. The Chamber, Mineral Museum, and Art Gallery relocated to other sites in the town. In 2011, the old station was moved onto a new foundation; http: www.tedfordhousemovers.com Tedford_House_Movers Photo_Albums Pages Bancroft_Train_Station.html it is now restored with an addition at the southern end of the building to house the Bancroft Gem and Mineral Club’s museum http: www.mcdougallminerals.com blog tag bancroft-railway-station and a caboose, which is not currently in use. http: moosefm.com chmss news use-of-the-caboose Media Print *Bancroft Times, an independently-owned weekly (5000 copies, paid circulation) founded 1894. http: www.thebancrofttimes.ca *Bancroft This Week *North Hastings Advertiser Radio * FM 97.7 - CHMS (CHMS-FM) ("Moose FM (Vista Broadcast Group)"), hot adult contemporary (Adult contemporary music) * FM 99.3 - CBLV (CBLA-FM), rebroadcaster of CBC Radio One * FM 103.5 - CKJJ (CKJJ-FM) (rebroadcaster of UCB Canada), Christian Music Television *Channel 2: CIII-TV-2 (CIII-TV) - rebroadcaster of Global Television *Channel 4: CHEX-TV-1 (CHEX-TV) - rebroadcaster of CBC Television Climate The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie.
'''Bancroft''' is a town located on the York River (York River (Ontario)) in Hastings County in the Canadian province of Ontario.