Barrie

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in recent years. Many of the cottages on the north-east side are built on land leased from Wahta Mohawk families, and accessed by privately maintained roads. '''Barrie City Council''' is the governing body for the City of Barrie, in Ontario, Canada. Early career Shulman began his broadcasting career at the University of Western Ontario, becoming a main voice of university football and basketball for the Western Ontario Mustangs Western


community sports

throughout the city. * Allandale Recreation Centre * Barrie Community Sports Complex * Barrie Uptown Theater * Dorian Parker Centre * East Bayfield Community Centre * Eastview Arena * Holly Community Centre * Lampman Park * Lampman Lane Community Centre * Parkview Community Centre * Southshore Community Centre * Victoria Village * YMCA of Barrie Sports class "wikitable" - ! scope "col" Club ! scope "col" League ! scope "col" Venue

;New Era IBL All-Star Classic" game between the Barrie Baycats and the IBL all-stars was played with Barrie defeating the IBL all-stars 7–2. Barrie Baycats Barrie, Ontario, Canada Barrie Metals Stadium at Barrie Community Sports Complex operator City city-served Barrie Orillia location Oro-Medonte, Ontario '''Lake Simcoe Regional Airport''', (formerly the '''Oro Barrie Orillia Regional Airport'''),


football track

excelled at football, track & field (Track and field) and hockey, while at Upper Canada College. After graduation, he took a broadcasting job at CJRL (CJRL-FM) in Kenora. He was then hired as sports director of CFOS in Owen Sound, and later held the same title at CKBB (CIQB-FM) in Barrie. In 1951, his father launched CKFH (CJCL (AM)) in Toronto and Hewitt became sports director. By 1958, he and his father were covering hockey on television. Foster


sound based

service to all industries in and around Barrie and Collingwood. Local media include the ''Collingwood Enterprise-Bulletin'' and ''Collingwood-Wasaga Connection'' community newspapers, and radio station CKCB-FM. The Barrie-based regional television station CKVR-TV, an A (A (TV system)) station, maintains a bureau in Collingwood, and the Owen Sound-based Bayshore Broadcasting radio group maintains an office in Collingwood. Collingwood is also known for its annual week-end


music stage

and the countryside. Potters, jewellers, painters, textile artists and fashion designers make up a few of the disciplines of the talents on display. Barrie is also home to Kempenfest; one of the largest outdoor arts and crafts celebrations in Ontario. This festival occurs annually over the August long weekend and features over 300 artisans, an antique show, food demonstrations, children’s activities and live entertainment, including an indie-music stage. Some of the main arts and culture groups


skills training

constructed "Centre for Sustainable Technologies" is also located in Georgian College's Barrie Campus. This new $8 million, facility opened in 2009 and is home to construction and energy-related programming and skills training. The Centre serves as a learning lab with technology and systems that demonstrate where the future of the industry is headed on all building projects. Media Print There are both daily and a semi-weekly


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his hits "Life Is A Highway" and "No Regrets". The Live 8 concerts took place in the G8 states and in South Africa to pressure world leaders to drop the debt of the world's poorest nations, increase and improve aid, and negotiate fair trade rules in the interest of the poorest countries. * On January 13, 2005, Cochrane and his wife Kathleene spearheaded the "Canada For Asia" benefit concert in support of tsunami relief in Asia. The concert, which

was produced and televised by CBC TV, raised over $4 million in pledges. *On July 2, 2005, Cochrane kicked off the Canadian edition of the Live 8 benefit concerts in Barrie, Ontario, performing his hits "Life Is A Highway" and "No Regrets". The Live 8 concerts took place in the G8 states and in South Africa to pressure world leaders to drop the debt of the world's poorest nations, increase and improve aid, and negotiate fair trade rules in the interest


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''' - colspan "2" '''''Total population''''' '''''133,240''''' '''''100%''''' class "wikitable" + Religious affiliations, 2001


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constructed "Centre for Sustainable Technologies" is also located in Georgian College's Barrie Campus. This new $8 million, facility opened in 2009 and is home to construction and energy-related programming and skills training. The Centre serves as a learning lab with technology and systems that demonstrate where the future of the industry is headed on all building projects. Media Print There are both daily and a semi-weekly


excellent local

:00 - 18:00, tours M-F at 14:00, Sat Sun at 13:00 and 16:00 price content Unique and excellent local craft brewery that offers free tours and sample tastings overlooking the turquoise Kempenfelt Bay Buy There are three major commercial centres in Barrie. The oldest is the downtown near the shores of Kempenfelt Bay. North of this is Bayfield Street's Golden Mile which consists of three major malls and numerous other retail outlets which include local and international retailers

Barrie

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'''Barrie''' is a city in Central Ontario, Canada, on the western shore of Lake Simcoe. Although located in Simcoe County, the city is politically independent (Independent city). Barrie is within the northern part of the Greater Golden Horseshoe (Golden Horseshoe), a densely populated and industrialized region of Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure: Places to Grow

In 2011 census (Canada 2011 Census), the city's population was originally reported as 135,711, making it the 34th largest (List of the 100 largest municipalities in Canada by population) in Canada. The city's 2011 population was subsequently revised to 136,063.

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