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Espanola, Ontario

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


Baddeck, Nova Scotia

, a 298 km (185-mile) relay race around the Cabot Trail. Baddeck has a history stretching back to early Mi'kmaq, French and British settlements. The village was incorporated


Gabriola Island

Shingle, Gabriola weekly newspaper *Gabriola Island Chamber of Commerce *Gabriola Museum *Gabriola Recreation Society *Silva Bay Shipyard School *The Gabriola Sounder, weekly community newspaper *The Gabriola Auxiliary for Island Health Care Society


Fort Frances

at Rainycrest Home for the Aged in Fort Frances. Major communities served by the 807 area code include Thunder Bay, Kenora, Dryden (Dryden, Ontario), Fort Frances, Marathon (Marathon, Ontario), and Greenstone (Greenstone, Ontario). '''''Fort Frances Today''''' is a weekly

community newspaper, published by Brown Cow Promotions, and distributed to 30 locations around Fort Frances, Ontario. The publication is free to readers. '''Secondary Highway 502''', commonly referred to as '''Highway 502''', is a provincially maintained secondary highway (Highways in Ontario) in the Canadian (Canada) province of Ontario. The highway is long, connecting Highway 11 (Ontario Highway 11) east of Fort Frances with Ontario


Ashburton, New Zealand

). Ashburton media includes the ''Ashburton Guardian'' daily newspaper, ''The Courier'' a free weekly community newspaper owned by the Otago Daily Times, and the Mid Canterbury


Temiskaming Shores

radio community *104.5 FM - CJTT (CJTT-FM), adult contemporary Newspapers Weekly community newspapers include ''The Temiskaming Speaker'', ''The Temiskaming Speaker'' ''Le Reflet'' ''Le Reflet'' and ''The Temiskaming Speaker Weekender'' ''The Temiskaming Speaker weekender'' and the biweekly ''The Voice


Woodburn, Oregon

d8424c1bcde751229234d0953db3ce1a accessdate May 28, 2011 Chemeketa Community College has a satellite campus in Woodburn. Media The ''Woodburn Independent'' is a weekly community newspaper serving the immediate area.


Fort St. John, British Columbia

and ''The Northerner'', are published in town and focus more on Fort St. John news whereas the ''Dawson Creek Daily News'' is published in Dawson Creek. Local free magazine ''Northern Groove'' focuses on local music, arts, and live entertainment events in Fort St. John and area and is published monthly. The Northeast News is a free weekly community paper published on Thursday's with news coverage of communities in the Peace Region. Free alternative newspaper ''The Vault Magazine'' covers the Peace


North York

expressing the voice distributed of to the Iranian Community of Thornhill, Richmond Hill, North York, Toronto and GTA. * North York Mirror A twice-weekly community newspaper covering North York. Part of Torstar's Metroland (Metroland Media Group) chain of community newspapers. * FarsiMed Health - Medical Magazine A free monthly magazine introducing 18 various health categories for Farsi speaking individuals. Distributing in York and part of Toronto region. Sports *North York Panthers


Gaithersburg, Maryland

: * Gaithersburg High School * Quince Orchard High School * Watkins Mill High School and the road narrowing to four lanes before it reaches an intersection with Maryland Route 118 (Germantown Road). From here, the road passes more homes and a shopping center prior to crossing Maryland Route 27 (Ridge Road). According to the United States Geological Survey (w:United States Geological Survey), the tremor occurred 05:04 a.m. local time, at a depth of 5 kilometers (3.1 miles). The epicenter was located 2 kilometers at the southeast of Germantown (w:Germantown, Maryland), Maryland (w:Maryland); 4 kilometers at the northwest of Gaithersburg (w:Gaithersburg, Maryland), Maryland; 5 kilometers at the southwest of Montgomery Village (w:Montgomery Village, Maryland), Maryland; 34 kilometers at the northwest of Arlington (w:Arlington, Virginia), Virginia (w:Virginia); and 35 kilometers at the northwest of Washington, D.C.


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