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Zhoushan

District, DS Daishan County, SS Shengsi County) There are 6 Major Large Islands (over , 37,321, (DH) * Zhujiajian Island


Cambridge, Ontario

powers as a regional municipality. Cities such as Hamilton, Oshawa, Oakville, Whitby and Kitchener all contain major large-scale industrial production facilities, Hamilton being steel-dominated and Oshawa being much more car-oriented. Other significant automotive-production facilities also exist in Brampton, St. Catharines, Cambridge (Cambridge, Ontario) and Alliston. Hamilton and Toronto also have two of the largest seaports in Lake Ontario. The Welland Canal system


Brampton

*Saskatoon, Saskatchewan *Toronto, Ontario: main terminal is located at Brampton, Ontario, as well as a smaller ramp and Roadrailer service at MacMillan Yard *Vancouver, British Columbia Cities such as Hamilton, Oshawa, Oakville, Whitby and Kitchener all contain major large-scale industrial production facilities, Hamilton being steel-dominated and Oshawa being much more car-oriented. Other significant automotive-production facilities also exist


St. Catharines

. Catharines City of St. Catharines at Lake Ontario and ending at Lake Erie in Port Colborne. Three sections of the trail are located within Thorold, which are: Cities such as Hamilton, Oshawa, Oakville, Whitby and Kitchener all contain major large-scale industrial production facilities, Hamilton being steel-dominated and Oshawa being much more car-oriented. Other significant automotive-production facilities also exist in Brampton, St. Catharines, Cambridge, Ontario Cambridge


Augusta, Georgia

Hardeeville and Interstate 95 with Bluffton and Hilton Head Island. As mentioned above, most of the city's major large-scale developments are occurring along this corridor. U.S. 278 is exit 8 off I-95. Heading north, the route runs concurrent with U.S. 17 until Ridgeland (Ridgeland, South Carolina), before veering west towards Augusta (Augusta, Georgia) and Atlanta. The town of York was originally known as Fergus’s Crossroads for a tavern, owned by two brothers, William and John


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