Brockville

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commercial development along the freeway (Parkedale Avenue parallels Highway 401 between exits 696 and 698; the Stewart and Parkedale area includes grocers, big-box department stores, fast food and chain hotels as well as the 1000 Islands Mall). Eat * Various national fast-food franchises (McDo, Harvey's, Burger King, KFC, Swiss Chalet) are located near Highway 401 exit 696 (Stewart and Parkedale). There is a food court in the 1000 Islands Mall. *


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attraction is currently approved by the city. It will be part of developer Simon Fuller's $60-million Tall Ships Landing condominium project located on Broad Street. Brockville has been awarded one of Canada's safest communities by the World Health Organization. Brockville Police Services - WHO Designation Brockville boating Brockville also offers excellent boating resources, with a large, deep-water


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. The city's architecture consists of many stately mansions and elaborate fountains, carefully preserved as reminders of Canadian history. The historic Fulford Place house museum is located in the east end of Brockville at 287 King St. E. This was the palatial home of Senator George Taylor Fulford, whose success in marketing "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People" around the world made him one of the area's richest industrialists before his death in 1905. The house owned


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.statcan.gc.ca eng acyb_c1967-eng.aspx?opt eng 1967 196702230191_p. 191.pdf , Canada Year Book 1967 E-STAT Table Ontario (Canada): Province, Major Cities & Towns - Statistics & Maps on City Population 1871 5102 1881 7609 1891 8791 1901 8940


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Come (Iroquois Falls, Ontario)of the Brockville Braves won the 2001 NCAA National Championship with the Plattsburgh Cardinals vs the RIT Tigers. Brockville Bunnies Youth Baseball Program is also an elite level program that operates out of this small city, with provincial championships and several pro and Olympic graduates. The Brockville youth basketball teams, the Brockville Blues and the Brockville Blazers, provide basketball coaching and training for boys and girls across the area. The Blues


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a local rugby club in the area. Rugby has been played in Brockville area as far back as 1899. The original Brockville Rugby Football Club eventually became part of Brockville Collegiate Institute (BCI). Brockville Rugby now includes multiple men's and women's teams along with a strong junior age grade program. Education Brockville is associated with one college campus, four high schools, and several elementary schools. Community colleges St. Lawrence College (St. Lawrence College, Ontario) (Brockville Campus) has an enrolment of around 800. St. Lawrence College was recently ranked number one in Ontario for graduate employment rate.


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-FM, Information Radio * FM 99.9 - CKJJ-2 (CKJJ-FM), Christian music * FM 102.1 - CBOF-7 (CBOF-FM), Première Chaîne * FM 103.7 - CJPT (CJPT-FM) ("Bob FM"), classic hits * FM 104.9 - CFJR (CFJR-FM) ("JRfm"), soft adult contemporary * FM 106.5 - CBOB (CBO-FM), CBC Radio One Television * TVCogeco Brockville * CKWS-TV Sports Several local clubs, organizations and high schools have achieved success on provincial, national


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also be a viable option as it offers relatively easy air-to-rail connections. There is no scheduled bus or rail service to southeastern Ontario from Watertown (Watertown (New York)) or Syracuse (Syracuse (New York)). By car Brockville is located on Highway 401 about 50 minutes east of Kingston (Kingston (Ontario)) and two hours west of Montreal. There is no active international crossing within Brockville, despite its close proximity to Morristown NY. A ferry once joined the two


football programs

and is predominantly a university preparatory school with a strong theatre, rowing, and football programs. Ecole Academie Catholique Ange Gabriel is a French Catholic school (Grades JK-12) and has an enrolment of approximately 282 students. Elementary schools


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ArticleDisplay.aspx?e 2757003 Record & Times article on plant closure Many area residents are employed at the Invista Canada facility (formerly DuPont Canada Ltd.) located in Maitland (Maitland, Ontario), just east of Brockville. Transcom WorldWide (formerly NuComm International) also operates a large call centre employing roughly 200 people. Brockville is also the main administrative, health-care and commercial centre for Leeds—Grenville county. Major public-sector

Brockville

'''Brockville''', formerly Elizabethtown, is a city in Eastern Ontario, Canada in the Thousand Islands region. Although it is the seat of the United Counties of Leeds and Grenville it is politically independent (Independent city) of the county and is included with Leeds and Grenville for census purposes only.

Known as the "City of the 1000 Islands", Brockville is located on the north shore of the Saint Lawrence River opposite Morristown, New York (Morristown (village), New York) about half-way between Cornwall (Cornwall, Ontario) to the east and Kingston (Kingston, Ontario) to the west and roughly a 50-minute drive south of the national capital of Ottawa. It is one of Ontario's oldest communities and is named after the British general Sir Isaac Brock.

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