Trenton, Ontario

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, he records as '''Gentleman Reg'''. His musical style has been compared to Elliott Smith, Aimee Mann, The Smiths and Cat Power. He had a cameo role in the 2006 film ''Shortbus''. birth_date birth_place Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario height Early life and training Born in 1965 in Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario, the fourth child and only daughter in her family, Manley began skating at an early age. Her

, into a traditional Ojibwa family; his father John Copway was a Mississaugas chief and medicine man. His parents converted to Methodism in 1827. Beginning in the 1830s, the young Copway attended the local mission school. Donald B. Smith, "George Copway", ''Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online,'' accessed 10 December 2011 Early life Born in Buffalo, New York, he was raised on a farm in Trenton, Ontario. He was called to the Ontario bar (Bar association) in 1922 and practiced law for 17 years in Trenton (Trenton, Ontario). During World War I he served with the Canadian Infantry in France, Germany and Belgium. Early life Born in Buffalo, New York, he was raised on a farm in Trenton, Ontario. He was called to the Ontario bar (Bar association) in 1922 and practiced law for 17 years in Trenton (Trenton, Ontario). During World War I he served with the Canadian Infantry in France, Germany and Belgium. Plot In 1940, American-built North American Harvard (North American T-6 Texan) training aircraft are flown to just outside Canada, where they are towed across the border for use by Britain. (The procedure is necessary to avoid violating the Neutrality Acts (Neutrality Acts of 1930s), as the United States is still neutral.) Cocky American pilot Tim Baker (Tyrone Power) decides to fly across the border to Trenton, Ontario, and winds up in trouble with the military authorities, unconvincingly claiming he was looking for Trenton, New Jersey. Baker ferries a Lockheed Hudson bomber to Britain, pocketing $1,000 for his work. Fraser was born in Trenton, Ontario where he served as mayor in the 1920s. He represented the riding of Northumberland (Northumberland (Ontario electoral district)) in Parliament with the Liberal party from 1930 through 1945. He served as Chief Whip in the Mackenzie King government. He was later appointed to the Senate, where he remained until his death in 1962. *8 Wing Trenton (CFB Trenton) ** No. 424 Squadron RCAF - Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario (CC-130E H T56-15) ** No. 426 Squadron RCAF - Trenton, Ontario (CC-130E H T56-15) birth_date The '''Trenton Sting''' were a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. They were a part of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.


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, into a traditional Ojibwa family; his father John Copway was a Mississaugas chief and medicine man. His parents converted to Methodism in 1827. Beginning in the 1830s, the young Copway attended the local mission school. Donald B. Smith, "George Copway", ''Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online,'' accessed 10 December 2011 Early life Born in Buffalo, New York, he was raised


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be caught in the Trent River and in cold water streams in the area. Each year in May, the Kiwanis Club of Trenton holds the Annual Live Release Fishing Derby attracting thousands of sport fishermen from around North America with major prizes for tagged fish and heaviest weighed walleye and Northern pike. In 1990, Canadian poet Al Purdy (who received the Order of Canada and the Governor General´s award) published his only novel ''A Splinter In The Heart''. It takes place entirely in Trenton


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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


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Environment Canada—Canadian Climate Normals 1971–2000, accessed 10 July 2012 date August 2010 Recreation & Culture Trenton is located on the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail. Surrounding Trenton, there are numerous conservation areas, a state of the art YMCA, campsites, picnic grounds, and marinas. The area boasts nine golf courses, three ice hockey rinks (Ice rink), numerous soccer fields, bowling, many kilometres of walking trails (Trail), a dog park, curling rinks, baseball diamonds, amongst many other recreational activities. Trenton also serves as a gateway to Prince Edward County (Prince Edward County, Ontario), located just to the south of the Bay of Quinte. This area is becoming increasingly well known for its many vineyards, excellent camping, beaches and boating. Trenton is the site of the National Air Force Museum of Canada. It features an original RAF Halifax (Handley Page Halifax) Bomber, the 75th RCAF time capsule, a Lockheed CC-130E Hercules, and many other aircraft and exhibits. Every summer CFB Trenton also is home to over one thousand Royal Canadian Air Cadets who attend 2-week Familiarization Courses, 3-week Introductory Specialty Courses, and 6-week Advanced Specialty Courses, and has special staff positions for more senior cadets. These summer courses introduce the cadets to a military learning environment that promotes discipline, teamwork, and fun. Most camps here also go on trips to the airport, the Air Museum, and other relevant places. Trenton is a hot spot for sport fishing. Popular freshwater fish in the Bay of Quinte and the Trent River include walleye (pickerel), bass, pike, perch, and mudcat. During particular times of the year, salmon and rainbow trout can be caught in the Trent River and in cold water streams in the area. Each year in May, the Kiwanis Club of Trenton holds the Annual Live Release Fishing Derby attracting thousands of sport fishermen from around North America with major prizes for tagged fish and heaviest weighed walleye and Northern pike. In 1990, Canadian poet Al Purdy (who received the Order of Canada and the Governor General´s award) published his only novel ''A Splinter In The Heart''. It takes place entirely in Trenton and provides a nice historical look of the town. It mentions many of the landmarks in the city (Mount Pelion, The Bridges, Trent River, etc.) and documents the period of the town directly before and after the huge munitions plant explosion of 1918. Purdy also wrote a poem entitled "At the Quinte Hotel" about the strip club in Trenton called The Sherwood Forest Inn. http: timberhouse.net recreation culture-around-here quinte-hotel Education The Public school system is served by the Hastings & Prince Edward District School Board. The Separate School system is served by the Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board. Public Schools: Breadner Elementary School College St. Public School North Trenton Public School Prince Charles Public School Queen Elizabeth Public School V.P. Carswell Public School Trenton High School Separate Schools: St. Mary Catholic School St. Peter Catholic School St. Paul Catholic Secondary School Private Schools: Trenton Christian School Notable people * Roy Bonisteel, journalist and the former host of the CBC Television program Man Alive (Man Alive (Canadian TV series)). * Mel Bridgman, former National Hockey League player. *William Bleasdell Cameron (1862-1951), survivor of the Frog Lake Massacre, author, journalist. *Graydon Carter, editor-in-chief, ''Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair (magazine))''. *Henry Comstock, after whom Nevada's Comstock Lode was named. *George Ferguson (George Ferguson (ice hockey)), former professional hockey player for the Toronto Maple Leafs. *John Garrett (John Garrett (ice hockey)), former National Hockey League goalie and hockey announcer. *Howard Graham (Howard Graham (Canadian Army officer)), Commander of the Canadian Army (1955-1958). *Steve Graves, former National Hockey League hockey player. *Elizabeth Manley, 1988 Olympic (Olympic games) figure skating silver medalist. *Brenda Martin, a Canadian woman imprisoned in Mexico. *Adam Sioui, 2008 Olympic (Olympic games) swimmer. *Steve Smith (Steve Smith (ice hockey, born in Canada)), former National Hockey League player. *Al Purdy, C.M., O.Ont., one of Canada's most renowned writers (born 1918, died 2000). *Peter Wintonick, documentary filmmaker. *Jayna Hefford, member of Canada's gold medal women's hockey team at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. Notes The '''Trenton Sting''' were a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. They were a part of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.


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name "solo" 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. In 2006, Amanda was nominated for Single of the Year, CMT Video of the Year


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name "solo" 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. In 2006, Amanda was nominated for Single of the Year, CMT Video of the Year


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by sight rather than instruments. Subsequent rescue efforts by personnel from CFS Alert, USAF (United States Air Force) personnel from Thule Air Base 700 km south, and CF 440 Transport and Rescue Squadron, Edmonton and 424 Squadron in Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario, were hampered by a blizzard and local terrain. The crash investigation recommended all C-130s be retrofitted with ground proximity detectors. The crash and rescue efforts were the basis of a film called ''Ordeal In The Arctic'' (1993). '''Sharon Labchuk''' (born November 25, 1952 in Trenton, Ontario) is an environmental activist and paid staffer for the Green Party of Canada. In the 2006 federal election she was the GPC candidate in Malpeque (Malpeque (electoral district)), placing 4th with 901 votes or 4.65%. Sharon is also the leader of the Green Party of Prince Edward Island. As centers close, an increasing number of calls are being outsourced. Current The '''Trenton Sting''' were a Junior "A" ice hockey team from Trenton (Trenton, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. They were a part of the Ontario Junior Hockey League.


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and a number of productions were filmed there. In 1923, the Trenton Film Plant was purchased by the Ontario government to house the studio and laboratory of the Ontario Motion Picture Bureau. The advent of talkies (Sound film) and 16mm film made the equipment at the film plant obsolete and the facility closed in 1934. The construction of a RCAF Station Trenton, a major Royal Canadian Air Force base just east of Trenton started in 1929 and continued through the 1930s. This provided a major


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and provides a nice historical look of the town. It mentions many of the landmarks in the city (Mount Pelion, The Bridges, Trent River, etc.) and documents the period of the town directly before and after the huge munitions plant explosion of 1918. Purdy also wrote a poem entitled "At the Quinte Hotel" about the strip club in Trenton called The Sherwood Forest Inn. http: timberhouse.net recreation culture-around-here quinte-hotel Education The Public school

Sea Cadets . In addition, n o 599 Royal Canadian Air Cadets squadron is named in his honour. The poem itself also appears as part of display panels at the Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, the National Air Force Museum of Canada, Trenton, Ontario, and is the subject of a permanent display at the National Museum of the United States Air Force, Dayton, Ohio. Exhibit on "

Trenton, Ontario

'''Trenton''' (2001 population 19,374) is a community in Southern Ontario in the municipality of Quinte West, Ontario, Canada. Located on the Bay of Quinte, it is the main population centre in Quinte West.

Trenton is the starting point for the Trent-Severn Waterway, which continues northwest to Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and eventually Port Severn (Port Severn, Ontario) on Georgian Bay.

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