Espanola, Ontario

What is Espanola, Ontario known for?


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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,


business history

Thomas last Quirke date 1917 publisher University of Chicago Economic history * (Section 14: Business History) *


played quot

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


political position

a ghost town until the Second World War, when the mill site became a camp for German prisoners of war (List of POW camps in Canada). During the final years of the Hepburn government (Mitchell Hepburn), it sought to stimulate employment in Northern Ontario in order to stabilize its political position. In that regard, it encouraged negotiations between Abitibi and Kalamazoo Vegetable Parchment Company of Parchment, Michigan which resulted in the sale


public good

: 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.


distinct

, even those at the far western end of Manitoulin. Politically, however, the district and the city are considered two distinct census divisions and two distinct jurisdictions for provincial government services. The district's social services board — which has offices in the district seat of Espanola (Espanola, Ontario), as well as satellite offices in several other communities in the district — instead shares its jurisdictional area with the neighbouring Manitoulin District, whereas


athletic association

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.


played

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


successful playing

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


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.

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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