Espanola, Ontario

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1950

format canlii parallelcite 1949 SCR 698 date 1949-10-04 In 1950, the injunction was dissolved by an Act of the provincial legislature, which provided for any subsequent disputes with KVP to be taken to arbitration, which, together with other legislative changes,

short title The Lakes and Rivers Improvement Amendment Act, 1949 abbr S.O. year 1949 chapter 48 section 6 link https: archive.org stream statutesofprovin1949onta#page 180 mode 2up effectively curtailed chances for any further injunctions to be issued. The 1950 Act was not repealed until 2006. ''Legislation Act, 2006'', s. 98(3), as enacted by the

: www.e-laws.gov.on.ca html source statutes english 2006 elaws_src_s06021_e.htm linkloc e-laws.gov.on.ca The 1950 Act effectively gave KVP a limited licence to pollute, and serious cleanup efforts did not happen until the 1980s.


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;, ''Sudbury Star'', 22 July 2005, A4. Early life and career According to his ABC biography, "Saunders, an all-star defenseman in the Montreal junior leagues, received a scholarship and played hockey (ice hockey) at Western Michigan University from 1974–76." His brother, Bernie Saunders, also played hockey at Western during this time. The university's official hockey media guide lists Saunders as having played limited time for the Broncos (Western Michigan Broncos) in that time frame, and also lists his hometown as Ajax, Ontario. He attended high school in Montreal. He transferred to Ryerson University in Toronto and played for the Rams from 1976–78. After the 1977–78 season, Saunders was named to the Ontario University Athletic Association All-Star team. * the call sign of a defunct AM radio station in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Ontario, later superseded by CKNR-FM, * the original call sign of CKJN-FM in Caledonia (Caledonia, Ontario), Ontario. - Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) Bernie Gagnon (X) (acc.) - Coil steel manufactured by Algoma Steel (Essar Steel Algoma) in Sault Ste. Marie and freight from the Domtar paper mill at Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) account for 80% of freight traffic , although pulpwood, chemicals used by the steel industry, slab steel, paper, and miscellaneous goods are also carried. The railway handled 23,000 carloads a year. Pte. David Byers, 22, of Espanola, Ontario (w:Espanola, Ontario) was identified after a suicide bomber attacked the soldiers in Kandahar. On Tuesday, the Department of National Defence (w:Department of National Defence (Canada)) said the attack also killed Cpl. Glen Arnold, based in CFB Petawawa (w:CFB Petawawa), northwest of Ottawa; and Cpl. Shane Keating of Saskatoon and Cpl. Keith Morley, based at CFB Shilo (w:CFB Shilo) in Manitoba were also killed.


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that election, and served as a backbench supporter of Bill Davis's government. Gordon supported Larry Grossman at the Progressive Conservative Party's leadership convention of February 1985. The show was filmed around Whitefish Falls (Whitefish Falls, Ontario), which is near Espanola (Espanola, Ontario). Many scenes were also shot at Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario) and on Manitoulin Island in 1969. There were 26 episodes of the series. It has continued to air

in repeats, both in Canada and internationally — in Canada, the show had been seen on DejaView, and is currently seen on Silver Screen Classics without commercial breaks, in Australia, the Canada-based series was the last program to be screened on GEM (GEM (Australian TV channel)) at its 5am timeslot before being cut into the Nine Network's primary channel signal (Nine Network) for the Today Show (Today (Australia)). The show was very popular in Canada and technically never cancelled


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, Ontario Espanola and Little Current (Little Current, Ontario). Gordon served on the town council of Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) in the 1960s before moving to Sudbury. He was elected to city council there in 1971, and became mayor in 1976. He served until 1981, and ran in that year's provincial election (Ontario general election, 1981) as the Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario) candidate in the Sudbury (Sudbury (electoral district)) constituency. He won that election, and served as a backbench supporter of Bill Davis's government. Gordon supported Larry Grossman at the Progressive Conservative Party's leadership convention of February 1985. The show was filmed around Whitefish Falls (Whitefish Falls, Ontario), which is near Espanola (Espanola, Ontario). Many scenes were also shot at Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario) and on Manitoulin Island in 1969. There were 26 episodes of the series. It has continued to air in repeats, both in Canada and internationally — in Canada, the show had been seen on DejaView, and is currently seen on Silver Screen Classics without commercial breaks, in Australia, the Canada-based series was the last program to be screened on GEM (GEM (Australian TV channel)) at its 5am timeslot before being cut into the Nine Network's primary channel signal (Nine Network) for the Today Show (Today (Australia)). The show was very popular in Canada and technically never cancelled or axed, but no further episodes were produced. On May 20, 2010, Haliburton applied to the CRTC to acquire CJJM-FM in Espanola, Ontario, which was owned by Joco Communications and received approval on August 12, 2010. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2010-565 Formerly branded as Joco Radio, the station was rebranded as Moose FM in September 2010. The company also announced subsequent deals to acquire CJJM's former sister station CFSF-FM in Sturgeon Falls (Sturgeon Falls, Ontario), Broadcasting Notice of Consultation CRTC 2010-935 as well as CJCS and CHGK-FM in Stratford (Stratford, Ontario); these transactions were approved by the CRTC on February 21, 2011. "Haliburton Broadcasting Group Inc. buys three Ontario radio stations". Canadian Press, September 17, 2010. Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-110 Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2011-111 * Elliot Lake - CKNR-FM * Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) - CJJM-FM * Fort Erie (Fort Erie, Ontario) - CKEY-FM The station first aired in 1967 at AM (AM radio) 1340, and was owned by Algonquin Broadcasting. CKNR had two sister stations, AM 930 '''CKNS (CKNS (AM))''' in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) (established in 1976) and AM 730 '''CJNR (CJNR (AM))''' in Blind River (Blind River, Ontario) (actually the oldest of the three, first established in 1958.) Huron Broadcasting acquired the stations in 1976. cities Owen Sound (Owen Sound, Ontario), Guelph (Guelph, Ontario), Hamilton (Hamilton, Ontario), Haldimand (Haldimand County, Ontario) towns Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Fergus (Fergus, Ontario), Hagersville (Hagersville, Ontario), Mount Forest (Mount Forest, Ontario), Port Dover (Port Dover, Ontario), Wiarton (Wiarton, Ontario) browse * the call sign of a defunct AM radio station in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Ontario, later superseded by CKNR-FM, * the original call sign of CKJN-FM in Caledonia (Caledonia, Ontario), Ontario. - Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) Bernie Gagnon (X) (acc.) - Coil steel manufactured by Algoma Steel (Essar Steel Algoma) in Sault Ste. Marie and freight from the Domtar paper mill at Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) account for 80% of freight traffic , although pulpwood, chemicals used by the steel industry, slab steel, paper, and miscellaneous goods are also carried. The railway handled 23,000 carloads a year. Pte. David Byers, 22, of Espanola, Ontario (w:Espanola, Ontario) was identified after a suicide bomber attacked the soldiers in Kandahar. On Tuesday, the Department of National Defence (w:Department of National Defence (Canada)) said the attack also killed Cpl. Glen Arnold, based in CFB Petawawa (w:CFB Petawawa), northwest of Ottawa; and Cpl. Shane Keating of Saskatoon and Cpl. Keith Morley, based at CFB Shilo (w:CFB Shilo) in Manitoba were also killed.


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, Ontario Espanola and Little Current (Little Current, Ontario). Gordon served on the town council of Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) in the 1960s before moving to Sudbury. He was elected to city council there in 1971, and became mayor in 1976. He served until 1981, and ran in that year's provincial election (Ontario general election, 1981) as the Progressive Conservative (Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario) candidate in the Sudbury (Sudbury (electoral district)) constituency. He won

that election, and served as a backbench supporter of Bill Davis's government. Gordon supported Larry Grossman at the Progressive Conservative Party's leadership convention of February 1985. The show was filmed around Whitefish Falls (Whitefish Falls, Ontario), which is near Espanola (Espanola, Ontario). Many scenes were also shot at Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario) and on Manitoulin Island in 1969. There were 26 episodes of the series. It has continued to air


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, Willisville (Willisville, Ontario), Whitefish Falls (Whitefish Falls, Ontario), Walford (Walford, Ontario) and Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario). In 1999 a modern recreation complex was constructed, replacing the aging arena and community swimming pool. In addition, Espanola has a public library. Media Radio * FM 94.1 - CKNR (CKNR-FM), variety (Variety (radio)) * FM 94.9 - CBON-7 (CBON-FM), Première Chaîne * FM 99.3 - CJJM (CJJM-FM), variety Other radio


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was officially incorporated as a town on March 1, 1958. The 1969 CBC Television series ''Adventures in Rainbow Country'' was filmed near Espanola, near the small First Nations community of Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario) and at Whitefish Falls. The series starred Lois Maxwell, the actress who played "Miss Moneypenny" in Bond (James Bond) films such as ''Dr. No (Dr. No (film))'' and ''Goldfinger (Goldfinger (film))''. Canadian-born, she was a long-time resident of the town. In 2001, a group of volunteers staged a fundraiser for the local hospital by attempting to set a world record for the world's longest ice hockey game. They were successful, playing for over three days straight. The record was broken in April 2004 in nearby Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), where the teams played for six hours longer. Currently, the record holders are team Hope and team Cure from Sherwood Park near Edmonton, Alberta. http: www.worldslongestgame.com Default.aspx?tabid 33 who have played for 10 days straight. Demographics Population trend: Statistics Canada: 1996 (Canada 1996 Census), 2001 (Canada 2001 Census), 2006 (Canada 2006 Census), 2011 (Canada 2011 Census) census * Population in 2011: 5364 (2006 to 2011 population change: 0.9%) * Population in 2006: 5314 * Population in 2001: 5449 * Population in 1996: 5454 * Population in 1991: 5527 Public services Espanola's three primary schools, A.B. Ellis Public School, Sacred Heart School (Roman Catholic), and École St. Joseph (French (French language) Roman Catholic), and two secondary schools, Espanola High School (Espanola High School (Espanola, Ontario)) and École secondaire catholique Franco-Ouest, service the local students, as well as those from surrounding communities such as Massey (Massey, Ontario), Webbwood (Webbwood, Ontario), McKerrow (McKerrow, Ontario), Nairn Centre (Nairn Centre, Ontario), Willisville (Willisville, Ontario), Whitefish Falls (Whitefish Falls, Ontario), Walford (Walford, Ontario) and Birch Island (Birch Island, Ontario). In 1999 a modern recreation complex was constructed, replacing the aging arena and community swimming pool. In addition, Espanola has a public library. Media Radio * FM 94.1 - CKNR (CKNR-FM), variety (Variety (radio)) * FM 94.9 - CBON-7 (CBON-FM), Première Chaîne * FM 99.3 - CJJM (CJJM-FM), variety Other radio station signals are received out of Manitoulin Island, Elliot Lake and Sudbury. Television Former television stations which operated in the Espanola and area prior to the analog shutdown (Digital television transition) in 2012 which can only be received via cable or satellite: * Channel 4: CBLFT-TV-7 (CBLFT-TV), SRC (Télévision de Radio-Canada) * Channel 49: CICO-TV-71, TVOntario (Lee Valley (Lee Valley, Ontario)) One of the last operating analog television signals which can reach the Espanola area is CICI-TV (CTV (CTV Television)) channel 5 out of Sudbury (Greater Sudbury). Print Espanola is home to the ''Mid-North Monitor'', a weekly community newspaper. Notable people * NHLers AHLers Art Gauthier, Leo Lamoureux and Al Secord. * Former Canadian steeplechase record-holder Greg Duhaime was born here. * Jim Gordon (Jim Gordon (politician)), a longtime mayor of Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), lived in Espanola for a number of years in the 1960s and served on the town council before moving to Sudbury. See also *List of townships in Ontario *List of francophone communities in Ontario (List of francophone communities in ontario) References * the call sign of a defunct AM radio station in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Ontario, later superseded by CKNR-FM, * the original call sign of CKJN-FM in Caledonia (Caledonia, Ontario), Ontario. - Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) Bernie Gagnon (X) (acc.) - Coil steel manufactured by Algoma Steel (Essar Steel Algoma) in Sault Ste. Marie and freight from the Domtar paper mill at Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) account for 80% of freight traffic , although pulpwood, chemicals used by the steel industry, slab steel, paper, and miscellaneous goods are also carried. The railway handled 23,000 carloads a year. Pte. David Byers, 22, of Espanola, Ontario (w:Espanola, Ontario) was identified after a suicide bomber attacked the soldiers in Kandahar. On Tuesday, the Department of National Defence (w:Department of National Defence (Canada)) said the attack also killed Cpl. Glen Arnold, based in CFB Petawawa (w:CFB Petawawa), northwest of Ottawa; and Cpl. Shane Keating of Saskatoon and Cpl. Keith Morley, based at CFB Shilo (w:CFB Shilo) in Manitoba were also killed.


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format canlii parallelcite 1949 SCR 698 date 1949-10-04 In 1950, the injunction was dissolved by an Act of the provincial legislature, which provided for any subsequent disputes with KVP to be taken to arbitration, which, together with other legislative changes,


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Western Michigan Hockey Media Guide publisher Western Michigan University Athletics format PDF (Portable Document Format) pages 80 accessdate 2007-12-29 He was the news director for CKNS Radio (CKNR-FM) (Espanola, Ontario, 1978), and sports anchor at CKNY-TV (North Bay, Ontario, 1978–1979) and at ATV News (ATV (Canada)) (New Brunswick, 1979–1980). He also served as the main sports anchor for CITY-TV (Toronto, 1980–1982). He then moved to the United States to work as a sports anchor at WMAR-TV (Baltimore, 1982–1986). http: www.abcmedianet.com shows05 sports commentators saunders.shtml In 1998, the company was taken over by Domtar Inc. and became the E. B. Eddy Division of that company. At the time of the purchase, the company had facilities in Hull, Timmins (Timmins, Ontario), Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Chapleau (Chapleau, Ontario), Sault Ste. Marie (Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario), Delta, British Columbia and Port Huron, Michigan. * Elliot Lake - CKNR (CKNR-FM) * Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) - CKNS (CKNS (AM)) * Hearst (Hearst, Ontario) - CFLH (CHYK-FM) - Espanola, Ontario CJJM (CJJM-FM) 99.3 FM ''"Moose FM"'' demo-cd Algoma (Algoma District, Ontario), Manitoulin (Manitoulin District, Ontario) demo-csd Blind River (Blind River, Ontario), Elliot Lake, Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Wawa (Wawa, Ontario) * the call sign of a defunct AM radio station in Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), Ontario, later superseded by CKNR-FM, * the original call sign of CKJN-FM in Caledonia (Caledonia, Ontario), Ontario. - Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) Bernie Gagnon (X) (acc.) - Coil steel manufactured by Algoma Steel (Essar Steel Algoma) in Sault Ste. Marie and freight from the Domtar paper mill at Espanola (Espanola, Ontario) account for 80% of freight traffic , although pulpwood, chemicals used by the steel industry, slab steel, paper, and miscellaneous goods are also carried. The railway handled 23,000 carloads a year. Pte. David Byers, 22, of Espanola, Ontario (w:Espanola, Ontario) was identified after a suicide bomber attacked the soldiers in Kandahar. On Tuesday, the Department of National Defence (w:Department of National Defence (Canada)) said the attack also killed Cpl. Glen Arnold, based in CFB Petawawa (w:CFB Petawawa), northwest of Ottawa; and Cpl. Shane Keating of Saskatoon and Cpl. Keith Morley, based at CFB Shilo (w:CFB Shilo) in Manitoba were also killed.


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of the town. In 2001, a group of volunteers staged a fundraiser for the local hospital by attempting to set a world record for the world's longest ice hockey game. They were successful, playing for over three days straight. The record was broken in April 2004 in nearby Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), where the teams played for six hours longer. Currently, the record holders are team Hope and team Cure from Sherwood Park near Edmonton, Alberta. http

Espanola, Ontario

'''Espanola''' (2011 census population 5,364) is a town in Northern Ontario, Canada, and is the seat of Sudbury District (Sudbury District, Ontario). It is situated on the Spanish River (Spanish River (Ontario)), approximately 70 kilometres west of downtown Sudbury (Greater Sudbury), and just south of the junction of Highway 6 (Ontario Highway 6) and Highway 17 (Ontario Highway 17).

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