Huntsville, Ontario

What is Huntsville, Ontario known for?


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; ref '''Racial Profile''' *95.5% White (White people) *4.0% Aboriginal (Aboriginal peoples in Canada) *1.6% Chinese (China) *0.0% Korean *1.0% other '''Religious Groups''' *46.0% Protestant *15.6% Roman Catholic *2.0% other Christian *0.4% Jewish '''Age Group''' *0–14 years: 18.9% *15–64 years: 67.6% *65 years and over: 16.8% Culture Huntsville is a magnet for and home to many acclaimed visual artists. Famed Canadian artists Tom Thomson and his

successors, the Group of Seven (Group of Seven (artists)) painted here frequently. Huntsville boasts a Group of Seven Outdoor Gallery with over 40 outdoor murals celebrating the work of these Canadian heroes. Local community visual arts group The Huntsville Art Society hosts many annual shows, exhibits & skills-sharing workshops throughout the year. Many summer camps for children such as Camp Wabanaki (on this site since 1971 and operated by the Kitchener-Waterloo YMCA - http: www.kwycamps.com

of the Arts and Edge of the Woods Theatre. There are also many new arts organizations and associations. The Huntsville Art Society is a not-for-profit membership of local visual artists. They recently opened up a new art gallery called 'The Art Space'. Edge of the Woods Theatre presents artistic works for, with and by the community in Huntsville. They produce an annual traveling outdoor theatre event, as well as facilitating many different community and arts education projects with local seniors


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of the Arts and Edge of the Woods Theatre. There are also many new arts organizations and associations. The Huntsville Art Society is a not-for-profit membership of local visual artists. They recently opened up a new art gallery called 'The Art Space'. Edge of the Woods Theatre presents artistic works for, with and by the community in Huntsville. They produce an annual traveling outdoor theatre event, as well as facilitating many different community and arts education projects with local seniors


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, was filmed at Camp Mini-Yo-We, which is located within the city's boundaries. * The opening sequence of the Walt Disney film ''The Incredible Journey (The Incredible Journey (film))'' showcases the village of Aspdin from the air. In this scene Muskoka's oldest stone church, St. Mary's Anglican, can clearly be seen. * A part of the 1989 film ''Welcome Home'', starring Kris Kristofferson, was shot at Lion's Lookout. Media Radio * FM 94.3 - CBLU (CBLA-FM), CBC


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29 March 2012 There are several private schools that serve students through elementary and high school ages. Post-secondary education consists of the Waterloo Summit Centre for the Environment, established with funding provided by the 2010 G8 Summit (36th G8 summit) Legacy Fund as a partnership between


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) is the largest town in the Muskoka Region (District Municipality of Muskoka) of Ontario, Canada. It is located south of North Bay (North Bay, Ontario). Huntsville is located in the hilly terrain of the Canadian Shield and is dotted with many lakes. Due to its natural beauty and abundant natural resources Huntsville is known as a major tourist destination drawing people from around the world. ref name "huntsville.ca


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the Town of Huntsville and the University of Waterloo. This facility is utilized by researchers and students of the University of Waterloo and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine. The Huntsville District Memorial Hospital is a community teaching hospital affiliated


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the Huntsville Otters, which has had players move on to major junior A in the Ontario Hockey League. There has been a new Junior C Hockey team reintroduced to the town as of 2012 season. Huntsville is one of three Canadian towns hosting Ironman 70.3 triathlons. Huntsville also has a large soccer community, run by the Huntsville Soccer Club with over 1,000 participants in total. Over 800 kids aged 2–19 play with the rest being made up of adult players. Huntsville is home to many prolific Golf courses and as such is a Golf destination for many Golf enthusiasts. Courses in or close to Huntsville include Deerhurst Highlands, The Mark O'Meara Course at Grandview (Grandview Golf Club), and Bigwin Island Golf Club thumb Bigwin in the fall (File:Fallairphoto.jpg) In film * Most of the 1995 (1995 in film) film It Takes Two (It Takes Two (1995 film)), starring Kirstie Alley, Steve Guttenberg and Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, was filmed at Camp Mini-Yo-We, which is located within the city's boundaries. * The opening sequence of the Walt Disney film ''The Incredible Journey (The Incredible Journey (film))'' showcases the village of Aspdin from the air. In this scene Muskoka's oldest stone church, St. Mary's Anglican, can clearly be seen. * A part of the 1989 film ''Welcome Home'', starring Kris Kristofferson, was shot at Lion's Lookout. Media Radio * FM 94.3 - CBLU (CBLA-FM), CBC Radio One * FM 98.9 - CJLF-3 (CJLF-FM), Christian (contemporary Christian music) * FM 105.5 - CFBK (CFBK-FM) The Moose 105.5, Rock (Rock music) * FM 106.9 - CBL-1 (CBL-FM), CBC Radio 2 * FM 88.7 - CKAR (CKAR-FM), Hunters Bay Radio * Online Media - Hunters Bay Radio www.muskokaonline.com community radio Television * Channel 8: CBLT-TV-2 (CBLT-TV) - CBC (CBC Television) * Channel 11: CICI-TV-11 (CICI-TV) - CTV (CTV television network) * Channel 13: CICA-TV-13 (CICA-TV) - TVOntario * Cable 10: TVCogeco - Cogeco Cable Huntsville Gravenhurst Newspaper * ''Huntsville Forester'' (published by Metroland Media Group) * "What's Up Muskoka" (published by Cottage Country Communications) a division of Sun Media * "Muskoka Magazine" (published by Cottage Country Communications) a division of Sun Media Notable residents The company operates eight retail stores, located in Bobcaygeon, Minden (Minden, Ontario), Bancroft (Bancroft, Ontario), Lindsay (Lindsay, Ontario), Uxbridge (Uxbridge, Ontario), Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario), and Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) and Barrie. Ontario provincial police (w:Ontario provincial police) (OPP) are also investigating two other bodies this long weekend in May. Human remains were found in a construction area near Barrie (w:Barrie, Ontario) and a body was also found near Huntsville (w:Huntsville, Ontario) in a roadside ditch. A firebombing at a Royal Bank of Canada (w:Royal Bank of Canada) branch in Ottawa (w:Ottawa) has resulted in an urgent call for OPP re-inforcements. Ontario security has been increased in preparation for the June 26-27 G20 summit (w:2010 G-20 Toronto summit) at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (w:Metro Toronto Convention Centre) and the G8 summit in Huntsville and the ensuing arrival of international leaders and delegations.


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for Conn Instruments (C.G. Conn) in Elkhart, Indiana, and making a considerable number of solo recordings for Victor, Edison, Columbia, and finally Brunswick. He resigned from Sousa's band in September 1917 and returned to Canada to lead the Anglo-Canadian Leather Company Band in Huntsville, Ontario from 1918 to 1923. During this time he performed very little, instead focusing his efforts not only on conducting, but also composition, and setting up his own school of cornet playing


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, was filmed at Camp Mini-Yo-We, which is located within the city's boundaries. * The opening sequence of the Walt Disney film ''The Incredible Journey (The Incredible Journey (film))'' showcases the village of Aspdin from the air. In this scene Muskoka's oldest stone church, St. Mary's Anglican, can clearly be seen. * A part of the 1989 film ''Welcome Home'', starring Kris Kristofferson, was shot at Lion's Lookout. Media Radio * FM 94.3 - CBLU (CBLA-FM), CBC


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- - CFBK-FM 0 105.5 FM Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario) Haliburton Broadcasting Group adult contemporary - - CBL-FM-1 (CBL-FM) 0 106.9 FM Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario) CBC Radio 2 public (public broadcasting) music - Beginnings (1998) Corrigan was born in Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario) in the Muskoka District Municipality

Huntsville, Ontario

thumb right 250px Huntsville Town Hall and Civic Centre (File:Huntsville Town Hall.jpg)

'''Huntsville''' (Canada 2011 Census population 19,056) is the largest town in the Muskoka Region (District Municipality of Muskoka) of Ontario, Canada. It is located south of North Bay (North Bay, Ontario).

Huntsville is located in the hilly terrain of the Canadian Shield and is dotted with many lakes. Due to its natural beauty and abundant natural resources Huntsville is known as a major tourist destination drawing people from around the world. The Toronto Star ranked the town the #1 place to take a summer trip in 2011.

Huntsville also acts as a western gateway to Algonquin Provincial Park and was host to the 36th G8 summit in June 2010.

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