Belleville, Ontario

What is Belleville, Ontario known for?


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, Ontario, Canada and was raised in nearby Trenton, Ontario. Amanda Wilkinson She is a Canadian country music singer. She is also a member of country group The Wilkinsons, which includes her father Steve and brother Tyler. She began singing early. Her dad inspired her. The Wilkonsons

Online. Individual Bios. Accessed April 10, 2011 They first sang together at a family event and then continued singing together. In 1997 the Wilkinson family moved to Nashville. Their first single "26 Cents" 26 cents: The Wilkinsons Official Video at YouTube was a success leading to Gold certifications in both the United States and Canada. Other albums The Wilkinsons

have released include: Here and Now (2000), Shine (2001), and Highway (2004). Railway Country and Bluegrass Festival, 2010 Performing Artists. Amanda Wilkinson. Accessed April 10, 2011 In 2004, Amanda began to sing solo, along with continuing to sing with the family. Her first solo album, ''Amanda Wilkinson (Amanda Wilkinson (album))'', was released in 2005


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Belleville (Belleville, Ontario) to Kingston (Kingston, Ontario). The work was completed by 1817 and the road renamed ''The Kingston Road'' (Kingston Road (Toronto)). In 2004, Centennial Secondary School in Belleville, Ontario created and performed a stage musical version of the album. The show itself did a trial at the legendary Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto. thumb 360px right Edwin and Veronica Dam's Alfred Purdy Memorial (File:Toronto Al Purdy Memorial 02.jpg) Born in Wooler, Ontario Purdy went to Albert College (Albert College (Belleville)) in Belleville, Ontario, and Trenton Collegiate Institute in Trenton, Ontario. He dropped out of school at 17 and rode the rails west to Vancouver. He served in the Royal Canadian Air Force during World War II. Following the war, he worked in various jobs until the 1960s, when he was finally able to support himself as a writer, editor and poet. University of Toronto Library. Al Purdy, Biography. Canadian Poets Series. Retrieved on: April 19, 2008. * 25px (File:Flag of France.svg) Dole (Dole, Jura), France since 1962 * 25px (File:Flag of Canada.svg) Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), Ontario, Canada since 1971 * 25px (File:Flag of Costa Rica.svg) Alajuela, Alajuela (Alajuela), Costa Rica since 2006 After retiring from the music business, Quaife resided in Denmark throughout the 1970s. He relocated to Belleville, Ontario in 1980, where he worked as a cartoonist and artist. He was diagnosed with renal failure in 1998 and moved back to Denmark in 2005. Quaife died in June 2010 of kidney failure. birth_place Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) draft 163rd overall DATE OF BIRTH February 4, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH - colspan "4" '''Belleville (Belleville, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Belleville municipal election, 2006)'' - He was born in Ireland around 1800 and came to Canada with his father's unit of the British Army in 1813. He studied at York (Toronto), where he became close friends with Robert Baldwin. He articled in law with Christopher Alexander Hagerman, was called to the bar in 1823 and set up a practice in Belleville (Belleville, Ontario). In 1828, he married Alicia Fenton Russell, the niece of Sir John Harvey (John Harvey (governor)). In the same year, he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada for Hastings (Hastings County, Ontario); he was reelected in 1830 and 1834. He was one of the most conservative members of the assembly. After William Lyon Mackenzie criticized Samson in his ''Colonial Advocate'', he pressed libel charges against Mackenzie in 1831 and introduced a motion to expel Mackenzie from the assembly. He helped build the first hospital in Belleville in 1832 and served on the village council. He also served as lieutenant colonel in the local militia.


popular history

401 near Belleville Originally the site of an Anishinaabe (Mississaugus) village in the 18th century known as Asukhknosk, the future location of the city was settled by United Empire Loyalists, after which it became known as Meyer's Creek after prominent settler and industrialist John Walden Meyers. It was renamed Belleville in honour of Lady Arabella Gore in 1816, after a visit to the settlement


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. After a short stint, he departed from Rock 107 in Summer 2010 to pursue other ventures. Werner was also a member of Canadian band Mystic Kick (Mystic Kick (Classic Rock Tribute Band)) from August 12, 2010 - August 2011. Mr Werner performed for the first time in January 2011 with bassist '' Ron Laframboise ''. He would later continue his work with bassist '' Ron Laframboise '' in Ottawa


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challenged for the America's Cup in 1881. Belleville also has some other teams. Belleville is also home to the Belleville Bearcats and the Belleville Jr. Bulls. Media Print * ''Belleville Intelligencer'' (daily) Radio * AM 800 - CJBQ ("800 AM") country music, oldies * FM 91.3 - CJLX (CJLX-FM) ("91X") Loyalist College campus radio * FM 95.5 - CJOJ (CJOJ-FM) ("Hits 95.5"), Adult hits * FM 97.1 - CIGL (CIGL-FM) (&quot

;Mix 97"), hot adult contemporary, top 40 * FM 100.1 - CHCQ (CHCQ-FM) ("Cool 100"), country music * FM 102.3 - CKJJ (CKJJ-FM), ("UCB") Christian music * FM 107.1 - CJTN (CJTN-FM) ("Rock 107"), classic rock See also List of radio stations in Ontario. Internet * Quinte Frontpage *QNet News Theatre * Pinnacle Playhouse * The Empire Theatre * Moonpath Productions Annual Events '''January''' * Civic Levee


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to broadcast religious shows.) image_caption address 220 Station St., Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), ON (Ontario) coordinates The '''Belleville railway station''' in Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), Ontario, Canada is served by Via Rail trains running from Toronto to Ottawa and Montreal. The station is staffed, with ticket sales, vending machines, telephones


record setting

. Remnants of tropical systems do pass through on occasion towards summer's end, resulting in one or two days of consistently wet weather. The winter season is highly variable, with the record setting winter of 2007-08 experiencing near 270 cm of snow. Four years later, the winter of 2011-12 experienced only 60 cm of snow. Winter temperatures are also highly variable, even in one season. Air masses change frequently, and while a few days may see above freezing temperatures at a time in January, the next week may bring cold and snowfall. Autumn is usually mild, with an increase in precipitation starting in late September as conditions for fall storms develop. Recent years have had a tendency to bring almost snow free Novembers to the region. *Mean Daily Temperature - Annually birth_place Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) draft 163rd overall DATE OF BIRTH February 4, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH - colspan "4" '''Belleville (Belleville, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Belleville municipal election, 2006)'' - He was born in Ireland around 1800 and came to Canada with his father's unit of the British Army in 1813. He studied at York (Toronto), where he became close friends with Robert Baldwin. He articled in law with Christopher Alexander Hagerman, was called to the bar in 1823 and set up a practice in Belleville (Belleville, Ontario). In 1828, he married Alicia Fenton Russell, the niece of Sir John Harvey (John Harvey (governor)). In the same year, he was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada for Hastings (Hastings County, Ontario); he was reelected in 1830 and 1834. He was one of the most conservative members of the assembly. After William Lyon Mackenzie criticized Samson in his ''Colonial Advocate'', he pressed libel charges against Mackenzie in 1831 and introduced a motion to expel Mackenzie from the assembly. He helped build the first hospital in Belleville in 1832 and served on the village council. He also served as lieutenant colonel in the local militia.


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inside a local pub pool hall, where they began "airing grievances" and performing "feats of strength". This annual tradition is celebrated on the third Saturday every December. * In 2007, a Wisconsin man requested permission to erect a Festivus pole next to Green Bay (Green Bay, Wisconsin) City Hall's nativity scene as a response to public religious and secular displays.


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. The station is also carried in the Thousand Islands region of the North Country (North Country, New York) in the town of Hammond (Hammond (town), New York) (via Citizens Cable TV) as well as in the provinces of Manitoba and Newfoundland and Labrador. WUHF has been carried on satellite systems since 2001 and it is currently the only Rochester-based television station seen in Canada on the Shaw Direct satellite provider. demo-cd Hastings County, Ontario Hastings


running past

Adolphus Reach), where it turns north-northwest for another , running past Big Island (Big Island (Bay of Quinte)) on the south and Belleville (Belleville, Ontario) on the north. The width of the bay rarely exceeds two kilometers. The bay ends at Trenton (Trenton, Ontario) (Quinte West (Quinte West, Ontario)) and the Trent River (Ontario

Belleville, Ontario

'''Belleville''' (Canada 2011 Census population 49,454; census agglomeration population 92,540 ) is a city located at the mouth of the Moira River on the Bay of Quinte in Southern (Southern Ontario) (Southeastern (Southeastern Ontario)) Ontario, Canada, along the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor. It is the seat of Hastings County, but politically independent (Independent city) of it, and is the centre of the Bay of Quinte Region.

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