Bells Corners

What is Bells Corners known for?


feature

accessdate 28 May 2011 newspaper 580 CFRA News Talk Radio date 27 May 2011 author Lauren Davis author2 Brock Smith as well as coyotes. There have been unconfirmed reports of a wolf in the area just to the west of Westcliffe Estates. Other In 2010, Bells Corners was the location for the feature-length film ''Going Thru a Thing'' produced and directed by former Bells Corners resident Jo Marr.

: www.emcbarrhaven.ca 20110609 news Centrepointe+screens+feature-length+film+shot+in+Ottawa accessdate 11 June 2011 newspaper Nepean Barrhaven EMC date 9 June 2011 author Steph Willems Bells Corners is the home of musician Tyler Kealey.


gatineau

. 2012. 5050136.01, Ontario (Code 5050136.01) and Ottawa - Gatineau, Ontario (Code 505) (table). Census Profile. 2011 Census. Statistics Canada Catalogue no. 98-316-XWE. Ottawa. Released February 8, 2012. url http: www12.statcan.ca census-recensement 2011 dp-pd prof index.cfm?Lang E publisher Statistics Canada accessdate 15 March 2012

Store * Hugh Bell (Hugh Bell (settler)) - tavern owner * David Hartin - hotel owner * John Foster - farmer, councilman; settled 1832

Including the Cities of Ottawa and Hull Gatineau publisher Bytown.net accessdate 23 August 2011 - tavern owner * Robert Moodie Jr. (Robert Moodie (settler)) - tavern owner, hotel keeper; settled 1850 ref>


community news

; ref Today it is most commonly spelled without the apostrophe. In 1841 the Carleton County Agricultural Society was formed and held its annual exhibition in Bells Corners until 1895, when it was moved to Goodwood Park in the Town of Richmond and later became the Richmond Fair. ref>


building site

gobbled up the stone. We couldn't get the stone out fast enough ... Stone was hauled up to the building site by teams of horses, struggling along poor roads with six ton loads. Each team could make but one trip a day." The quarry continued operation under various owners until September 1962, when the National Capital Commission expropriated the land for part of Ottawa's Greenbelt (Greenbelt (Ottawa)). Natural Resources Canada offices, laboratories and experimental sites now occupy


growing community

the work of three large firms (Minto, Campeau and Assaly Johannsen). To the west of Lynwood Village is '''Westcliffe Estates''' (Bells Corners West), founded in 1969, it is a growing community of over 2000 homes. Assaly


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-heritage-philately post-offices-postmasters Pages item.aspx?IdNumber 3259& work Philately and Postal History publisher Library and Archives Canada accessdate 26 August 2011 it had to adopt a formal name and became Bell's Corners. Category:Neighbourhoods in Ottawa


Bells Corners

code 613 613 , 343 (Area code 343) blank_name blank_info footnotes '''Bells Corners''' is a suburban community in College Ward in the city of Ottawa, Canada. It is located in the former city of Nepean (Nepean, Ontario) within Ottawa's western Greenbelt (Greenbelt (Ottawa)). As of the Canada 2011 Census, the community had a population of 9,468. Category:Neighbourhoods in Ottawa


title building

January–March 1956 volume 70 Dick Williams, a Welshman who came to Canada in 1902, opened a small quarry in the Nepean formation on the farm of his father-in-law on lot 3, concession II, Ottawa front. Category:Neighbourhoods in Ottawa


great diversity

as the Stony Swamp Conservation Area. It is the largest forested area of the Greenbelt and has a great diversity of trails with interpretive exhibits on the geology and natural history of the area. Those, combined with the many trails that lead from Bells Corners through


community hosting

as a retirement community, hosting three retirement homes in Lynwood Village and another in Westcliffe Estates. Bells Corners is also the home of '''Bellwood Estates (Bellwood, Ottawa)''' (formerly the Bellwood Mobile Home Park), consisting of 256 homes. The park was established in 1959 By Ken Hughes. It is now owned and operated by Parkbridge Lifestyle Communities. Major roads which either serve or border Bells Corners include: * 416 (Veterans Memorial Highway) (Ontario Highway 416) * Ontario

Bells Corners

'''Bells Corners''' is a suburban community in College Ward in the city of Ottawa, Canada. It is located in the former city of Nepean (Nepean, Ontario) within Ottawa's western Greenbelt (Greenbelt (Ottawa)). As of the Canada 2011 Census, the community had a population of 9,468.

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