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Peterborough, Ontario

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on a branch of a tree and have one paw resting on the shield. Underneath is the motto "UPON THIS ROCK". nickname motto Upon this rock (Confession of Peter#"Upon this rock I will build my church") image_map Peterborough UK locator map.svg mapsize 200px map_alt map_caption Peterborough Unitary Authority Area shown within Cambridgeshire image_map1

Northumberland County, Ontario

'''Northumberland County''' is situated on the north shore of Lake Ontario, in central (Central Ontario) Ontario, Canada. It is located east of the Regional Municipality of Durham (formerly Durham County), west of Hastings County, southeast of Kawartha Lakes and south of Peterborough County. The county seat is Cobourg (Cobourg, Ontario). Together with Durham County (Durham County, Ontario), it formed the Newcastle District

: Northumberland News (Newspaper) *Northumberland Today (Newspaper) * (News Website)

(Category:Northumberland County, Ontario) Healthcare Peterborough is home to the Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC), which serves Peterborough, Peterborough County (Peterborough County, Ontario), Northumberland County (Northumberland County, Ontario), the City of Kawartha Lakes (Kawartha Lakes, Ontario), Haliburton County (Haliburton County, Ontario) and Hastings County (Hastings County, Ontario). It is located at 1 Hospital Drive and prior to the completion of its new facility

Kawartha Lakes

in 2011 to highlight rural news and events in the area between Lindsay and Peterborough) http: business businessbeat archives 07182011.asp * 91.9 BOB FM (CKLY-FM) transmits from Lindsay * CKLR - City of Kawartha Lakes Radio Broadcasts from Fenelon http: thebeav Falls http: Entertainment City-Of-Kawartha-Lakes-Radio-Cklr-2424 * CHEX-TV transmits on Channel 12 from

Peterborough * 100.3 LIFE FM, transmitting at 89.3 from Peterborough Surrounding counties *Muskoka District Municipality (Muskoka District Municipality, Ontario) *Haliburton County (Haliburton County, Ontario) *Northumberland County (Northumberland County, Ontario) *Peterborough County (Peterborough County, Ontario) *Regional Municipality of Durham (Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario) *Simcoe County (Simcoe County, Ontario) References

and 2001 censuses - 100% data (Ontario) author Statistics Canada authorlink Statistics Canada year 2006 (Canada 2006 Census) date 2010-01-06 accessdate 2010-09-18 on the Scugog River in the Kawartha Lakes region of south-eastern Ontario, Canada. It is approximately west of Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario). It is the seat of the City of Kawartha Lakes (Kawartha Lakes, Ontario) (formerly Victoria County, Ontario

South Kesteven

radical plans to split off the south of Kesteven to make a county based on Peterborough. Neighbouring Rutland would have also joined, but instead was consumed by Leicestershire. Geography South Kesteven borders North Kesteven to the north, as far east as Horbling, where the A52 (A52 road) crosses the South Forty-Foot Drain. From there south it borders South Holland (South Holland, Lincolnshire) along the South Forty-Foot Drain, crossing the A151 just west

borders the unitary authority of City of Peterborough (Peterborough). The boundary follows the Welland to Stamford, briefly following the B1443 (B1443 road) (''Barnack (Barnack, Cambridgeshire) Road'') where it skirts the edge of Burghley Park (Burghley House). thumb 140px left Ermine Street at Byard's Leap (File:Ermine Street Roman Road - - 95674.jpg) At the point where the railway (Birmingham to Peterborough Line) crosses under the A1, is the corner of two other

of Folkingham. North of Horbling it follows the A52 all the way to Donington High Bridge. It is interesting to add that, since 1965, the border with Northamptonshire is Britain's smallest border at only 10 metres. The Huntingdon and Peterborough Order 1964 (SI 1964 367), see Local Government Commission for England (1958 - 1967), ''Report and Proposals for the East Midlands General Review Area'' (Report No.3), 31 July 1961 and ''Report and Proposals for the Lincolnshire and East Anglia

Regional Municipality of Durham

the separate English-language public Catholic school system within Durham Region, again with the exception of schools in Clarington, which are part of the Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board. Neither school board is an operating division of the regional government. Instead, as is true of all school boards in Ontario, they are separate entities with distinct but overlapped service areas. Elected public trustees responsible

, with a Trent satellite campus. Trent University's main campus is in Peterborough. Durham College also has a satellite campus in Whitby. UOIT is Ontario's fastest growing university. Travel Region Durham Region lies within the Central Counties of Ontario, a tourism related association. See also * List of municipalities in Ontario *Durham Regional Police Service (Durham Regional Police) *Durham Region Transit * Proposal for the Province of Toronto

*List of townships in Ontario References *Durham Region Durham Region official site. *Durham Region's Official List of Businesses and Organizations


, became the Brookside School - now a youth detention centre. A major ferry service connected Cobourg and Rochester, New York from 1907 to 1952, transporting passengers and cargo across Lake Ontario, allowing Americans to reach the town more readily. The Cobourg and Peterborough Railway ran northward over Rice Lake to Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario), but the lines collapsed into Rice Lake in the late 1800s. After World War II and the advent of improved transportation

is CHEX-TV in Peterborough, Ontario. Print *''Northumberland Today'', owned by Osprey Media is a daily newspaper with content contributed from the Cobourg Star and Port Hope Guide. residents * John Douglas Armour , Puisne judge of the Supreme Court of Canada *Charles Arkoll Boulton, militia leader in the Red River Rebellion *Alan Bradley (Alan Bradley (writer)), author * Jeremiah Brown (rower) Jeremiah

McLaughlin Day''' in Oshawa, '''Alexander Mackenzie Day''' in Sarnia (Sarnia, Ontario), '''James Cockburn (James Cockburn (politician)) Day''' in Cobourg, '''Peter Robinson (Peter Robinson (1785–1838))''' Day in Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario), and '''John Galt (John Galt (novelist)) Day''' in Guelph, as well as numerous other names in smaller municipalities. Although a work holiday is given to employees of the federal and many

Belleville, Ontario

of 91 hours of local programming per broadcast week, with the remainder consisting of syndicated programming. Private intercity buses are provided by Greyhound Canada (to Toronto, Port Hope (Port Hope, Ontario), Cobourg (Cobourg, Ontario) and Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), as well as to Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Ottawa, and Can-Ar daily to from Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario) and Toronto. - The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment Light infantry

Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Cobourg, Ontario - '''Belleville Bulls''' Belleville (Belleville, Ontario), Ontario, Canada Yardmen Arena The word "Loyalist" appears frequently in school, street, and business names in such Loyalist-settled communities as Belleville, Ontario. The nearby city of Kingston (Kingston, Ontario), established as a Loyalist stronghold, was named in honour of King George III

north of Sheppard and Brimley Roads, on what is today CP Rail track that runs from downtown Toronto diagonally northeast through the neighbourhood. Commuter rail service to Toronto's Union Station (Toronto Union Station) was offered, but was discontinued in the 1970s. The line branches east of a marshalling yard, built by CP in the 1960s between McCowan (McCowan Road) and Markham (Markham Road) Roads on the east of the neighbourhood, into the ( Peterborough, Ontario Peterborough


. The interchange with Highway 35 (Highway 35 (Ontario)) and Highway 115 (Highway 115 (Ontario)) to Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario) and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) (exit 436) lies 500 metres east of Bennett Road. Bowmanville is bisected by the Canadian Pacific Railway, while the Canadian National Railway runs to the south of the town. Bowmanville had its own transit system, Clarington Transit from 2002–05, and is now served by Durham Region Transit, which offers

connections to GO Transit and Via Rail. Education Public education is provided by the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board. There are eight elementary schools in Bowmanville and two secondary schools, Bowmanville High School and Clarington Central Secondary School. The Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board oversees public Catholic education through three elementary and one secondary school ( St. Stephen's Secondary

extensions to many areas, including the Niagara Region (Regional Municipality of Niagara), Waterloo Region (Regional Municipality of Waterloo), Bolton (Bolton, Ontario), Pickering (Pickering, Ontario), Brantford, Bowmanville, Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario). To date, an excursion train serves St. Catharines and Niagara Falls on weekends in the summer, and extensions have been made to Guelph and Kitchener

Pembroke, Ontario

for east of Peterborough and

riding (electoral district (Canada)) in Parliament. *Peel Region (Regional Municipality of Peel): Mississauga, Brampton *Renfrew County: Laurentian Valley (Laurentian Valley, Ontario), Pembroke (Pembroke, Ontario), Whitewater Region (Whitewater Region, Ontario) *Simcoe County: Essa (Essa, Ontario), Penetanguishene, Tiny (Tiny, Ontario) * Owen Sound - ''Owen Sound Sun Times'' * Pembroke (Pembroke, Ontario) - ''Pembroke Daily Observer'' * Peterborough

, Ontario Peterborough - ''Peterborough Examiner'' * Pelham (Pelham, Ontario) - ''Pelham News'' * Pembroke (Pembroke, Ontario) - ''Pembroke News'' * Petawawa (Petawawa, Ontario) - ''Petawawa News'' Archaeological sites on Morrison Island near Pembroke (Pembroke, Ontario), within the territory of the later ''Kitcisìpiriniwak'', reveal a 1,000-year-old culture that manufactured copper tools and weapons. Copper ore was extracted north of Lake Superior

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