Elliot Lake

What is Elliot Lake known for?


good song

and convention facility located in the former corporate lodge of Denison Mines, and the Elliot Lake Mining and Nuclear Museum. Two community monuments, the Uranium Atom Monument downtown and the Miners Memorial Monument on Horne Lake, are also found in the city, as well as a scenic lookout at the former fire tower. In 1975, Canadian musician Stompin' Tom Connors recorded "Damn Good Song for a Miner," about the city of Elliot Lake and its mining culture in the 1960s. Elliot Lake is also a prominent setting in Alistair MacLeod's award-winning novel ''No Great Mischief''. Tourist attractions 230px thumbnail right Mount Dufour ski hill (File:Mount Dufour.JPG) * The Elliot Lake fire tower lookout overlooks the city. * Mount Dufour - Ski area with 2 lifts and 7 trails, '''Jeremy Stevenson''' (born July 28, 1974 in San Bernardino, California) is a retired professional ice hockey left winger who last played for the Kalamazoo Wings of the International Hockey League (International Hockey League (2007-)). He grew up in Elliot Lake, Ontario. Eventually Jeremy would move on to play for the town's Junior A hockey club, the Elliot Lake Vikings of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. A resident of Elliot Lake, Ontario for almost fifty years, in the 1970s, Dixon worked as a reporter for the ''Sault Star'' newspaper in Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario). The author of several short stories (short story), her 1996 book ''The Power and the Promise'' is a historical reference for the city of Elliot Lake. - align "center" '''Elliot Lake Bobcats''' 2007 Elliot Lake Elliot Lake Centennial Arena - align "center" Precambrian quartz-pebble conglomerate (Conglomerate (geology))-type uranium deposits occur only in rocks older than two billion years old. The conglomerates also contain pyrite. These deposits have been mined in the Blind River (Blind River, Ontario)-Elliot Lake district of Ontario, Canada, and from the gold-bearing Witwatersrand conglomerates of South Africa.


work+helping

; ref as its source, and then to CICI-TV, Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2005-57 but has not changed its call letters yet. Politics Martin entered politics through social work, helping the homeless, drug addicts and the mentally disabled through a variety of programs in Wawa, Elliot Lake and Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario). He was the founder of the Sault Ste. Marie Soup Kitchen, and was for some


public school'

School * Villa Française des Jeunes * Our Lady of Fatima (Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School (Elliot Lake)) * Our Lady of Lourdes (Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School (Elliot Lake)) * École Georges Vanier * Esten Park Public School * Central Avenue Public School Defunct schools * Elliot Lake Middle School * Dieppe Avenue Public School * Lakeside Avenue Public School * Stanrock Public School * Spruce Avenue Public School * Westhill Senior Public

School * Ecole Notre Dame du Bois Joli * Holy Family Catholic School (Holy Family Catholic School (Elliot Lake, Ontario)) * Roman Avenue Public School Defunct postsecondary and adult schools * Sault College ''(Satellite Campus)'' - closed * Collège Boréal ''(Satellite Campus)'' - replaced with Access Centre to assist locals in finding employment * White Mountain Academy of the Arts - closed 2006 Sports * Elliot Lake ATV Club * Stone Ridge Golf & Country


public school

School * Villa Française des Jeunes * Our Lady of Fatima (Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School (Elliot Lake)) * Our Lady of Lourdes (Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School (Elliot Lake)) * École Georges Vanier * Esten Park Public School * Central Avenue Public School Defunct schools * Elliot Lake Middle School * Dieppe Avenue Public School * Lakeside Avenue Public School * Stanrock Public School * Spruce Avenue Public School * Westhill Senior Public

School * Ecole Notre Dame du Bois Joli * Holy Family Catholic School (Holy Family Catholic School (Elliot Lake, Ontario)) * Roman Avenue Public School Defunct postsecondary and adult schools * Sault College ''(Satellite Campus)'' - closed * Collège Boréal ''(Satellite Campus)'' - replaced with Access Centre to assist locals in finding employment * White Mountain Academy of the Arts - closed 2006 Sports * Elliot Lake ATV Club * Stone Ridge Golf & Country


weekly+advertising

Decisions 2008 db2008-105.htm CRTC Decision 2008-105 Print and web media * The ''Elliot Lake Standard'' is the city's main newspaper, owned by Osprey Media. * The ''North Shore Bulletin'' is the city's bi-weekly advertising flyer, that also prints current news events. People from Elliot Lake Mark Westby, paramedic * Rick Brebant, hockey player * Kayt Burgess, writer * Catharine Dixon, writer * Christine Girard, weightlifter * Alex Henry, hockey player * Doug McEwen, hockey player * Jeremy Stevenson, hockey player * Zack Stortini, hockey player * Alan Thicke, actor, entertainer See also *List of francophone communities in Ontario (List of francophone communities in ontario) References '''Jeremy Stevenson''' (born July 28, 1974 in San Bernardino, California) is a retired professional ice hockey left winger who last played for the Kalamazoo Wings of the International Hockey League (International Hockey League (2007-)). He grew up in Elliot Lake, Ontario. Eventually Jeremy would move on to play for the town's Junior A hockey club, the Elliot Lake Vikings of the Northern Ontario Junior Hockey League. A resident of Elliot Lake, Ontario for almost fifty years, in the 1970s, Dixon worked as a reporter for the ''Sault Star'' newspaper in Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario). The author of several short stories (short story), her 1996 book ''The Power and the Promise'' is a historical reference for the city of Elliot Lake. - align "center" '''Elliot Lake Bobcats''' 2007 Elliot Lake Elliot Lake Centennial Arena - align "center" Precambrian quartz-pebble conglomerate (Conglomerate (geology))-type uranium deposits occur only in rocks older than two billion years old. The conglomerates also contain pyrite. These deposits have been mined in the Blind River (Blind River, Ontario)-Elliot Lake district of Ontario, Canada, and from the gold-bearing Witwatersrand conglomerates of South Africa.


record set

in Canada, this was the first such incident to occur in Canadian House of Commons in several years. "Rodriguez begins rare Commons filibuster on tax changes", ''Globe and Mail'', 8 February 1977, 10. Rodriguez spoke on the bill for six hours and ten minutes over a period of two days, setting a contemporary parliamentary record. "Debate record set, but tax bill passed", ''Globe and Mail'', 15 February 1977, 8. Lanark—Frontenac


events+people

Decisions 2008 db2008-105.htm CRTC Decision 2008-105 Print and web media * The ''Elliot Lake Standard'' is the city's main newspaper, owned by Osprey Media. * The ''North Shore Bulletin'' is the city's bi-weekly advertising flyer, that also prints current news events. People from Elliot Lake Mark Westby, paramedic * Rick Brebant, hockey player * Kayt Burgess, writer * Catharine Dixon, writer * Christine Girard, weightlifter * Alex Henry, hockey


public news

'' - YEL CYEL Elliot Lake Municipal Airport Elliot Lake, Ontario, Canada - - CBEC-FM (CBCS-FM) 00 90.3 FM Elliot Lake CBC Radio One public (public broadcasting) news talk (talk radio) - - CHIM-FM-7 (CHIM-FM) 00 92.5 FM Elliot Lake 1158556 Ontario Ltd. (CHIM-FM) (Roger de Brabant) Christian radio

broadcasting public news talk (talk radio) (French (French language)) - - CJTK-FM-3 (CJTK-FM) 0 102.5 FM Elliot Lake Eternacom Christian radio - On August 5, 2007, Smitherman married his partner, Christopher Peloso, a manager with Lindt & Sprüngli, near Elliot Lake, Ontario. "Smitherman weds gay partner". '' Toronto Star


prominent setting

is also a prominent setting in Alistair MacLeod's award-winning novel ''No Great Mischief''. Tourist attractions 230px thumbnail right Mount Dufour ski hill (File:Mount Dufour.JPG) * The Elliot Lake fire tower lookout overlooks the city. * Mount Dufour - Ski area with 2 lifts and 7 trails, vertical and 100% snowmaking capability * Elliot Lake Nuclear and Mining Museum Canadian Mining Hall of Fame Education Current schools * Elliot Lake Secondary


radio television

In 1976, the Hyland family sold its radio, television and cable interests to Huron Broadcasting, owned by a group of businessmen from the Sault and Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). Huron also bought CKCY (CKCY (AM)), CKCY-FM, CJNR (CJNR (AM)) in Blind River (Blind River, Ontario), CKNR (CKNR-FM) in Elliot Lake and CKNS (CKNS (AM)) in Espanola, Ontario

Elliot Lake

'''Elliot Lake''' is a city in Algoma District, Ontario, Canada. It is north of Lake Huron, midway between the cities of Sudbury (Greater Sudbury) and Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario) in the Northern Ontario region.

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