Kenora

What is Kenora known for?


public arts

;ft. statue of a fighting muskellunge. Huskie the Muskie is situated in McLeod Park at the northernmost tip of Lake of the Woods. The city's downtown core has a public arts project, with 20 murals depicting the region's history painted on buildings in the business district. The city is home to a major international bass (bass (fish)) fishing tournament. Kenora is sometimes stereotyped as an archetypal hoser community, evidenced by the phrase "Kenora dinner jacket" Wikipedia:Kenora Commons:Category:Kenora


title physical

: www.ubcpress.ca books pdf chapters ecology chapter2.pdf title Physical Geography of Ontario accessdate 30 September 2012 Summers are warm with a July high of Wikipedia:Kenora Commons:Category:Kenora


unique history

to advanced level riding. They offer bike rentals, lessons, great local hospitality and unique accommodation options. For those with a pioneering spirit and explorers enthusiasm there is great potential for discovering old logging roads and all terrain vehicle trails in the forest areas. Adventure tourists can take pleasure in the wilde ness, wildlife, landforms and the unique history of the Kenora area as one of the most rugged destinations they may ever ride a bike through. '''Skiing''' Mount Evergreen, located off the Airport Road, has 11 downhill runs, 2 T-Bar lifts, a Terrain Park, a large & spacious, and 20 km of beginner to expert classic and skate technique cross-country Skiing Trails. Five kilometers of the classic and skate cross-country ski trails are lit in the evening hours for nighttime use. The Rollercoaster, Two Towers and Matoo's Trail are among the best Nordic ski trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Phone: 807-548-5100 Off Season call: 807-468-5377 Website: www.skikenora.com Vernon Nature Trails, located down McKenzie Portage Roard, offers 5km of groomed classic technique cross-country ski trails through different area ecosystems, ranging from oak ridges, to pine forests, to deciduous woodlands. The Club Minaki trail system, located approximately 45 minutes North of Kenora, offers 20km of classic technique cross-country ski trails. The Grey Owl and Jackpine trails are highly recommended. Rushing River Provincial Park, 25 km southeast of Kenora, offers 10 km of groomed classic technique cross-country ski trails along scenic terrain. '''Golf''' Kenora Golf & Country Club Golf Course Road, Kenora, ON Phone 807-468-7995 Web: www.kenoragolf.com Beauty Bay Golf Course Essex Road, Kenora, ON Phone 807-548-4777 Bergman Driving Range Phone 807-543-3562 '''Hunting''' Hunting on the Lake of the Woods provides a serene environment with a variety of species to hunt. Traditional bow hunting and other unique hunting experiences are available. Try timber wolf hunting or the fall bear hunt; grouse and duck hunts are always favourites; and of course there is deer and moose hunting available. Many resorts offer hunting packages for the experienced gamesman or the beginner. '''Canoeing & Kayaking''' The Kenora area features over 20 major canoe routes, as well as several businesses, which offer both rentals, and lessons developed to cater to everyone from beginners to experts. The Hardwear Company, located at 160 Main St. South, offers anywhere from half day to week long rentals of kayaks and canoes and will provide two hour lessons, off of the Harbourfront, (there is a two person minimum for all lessons). This is a beginners’ course, which teaches the layout of a kayak, how to enter and exit, how to turn, proper stroke technique, as well as how to execute safety maneuvers. The Hardwear Company can be contacted by phone at 807- 468-1226. Another avenue people may wish to pursue is Green Adventures, which rents all the equipment needed for a kayaking, as well as offers six different tours which range in difficulty from beginner to expert. They also offer more inclusive packages which include the required gear and transportation as well as meals. Buy Shopping in the City is a truly unique experience - you can find everything from jewelery to jigs, country crafts to computer access. Green Adventures, 806 River Drive, phone: 807 467 8535 * Wikipedia:Kenora Commons:Category:Kenora


history gold

early history: gold was first discovered in the area in 1850, and by 1893, 20 mines were operating within of Rat Portage, and the first Canadian ocean-to-ocean train passed through in 1886 on the Canadian Pacific Railway. Among the entrepreneurs attracted to the town was the Hon. JEP Vereker, a retired British army officer and youngest son of the 4th Viscount Gort.


sports title

pages 62 url http: archive.org stream weekcanadianjour01toro#page n32 mode 1up accessdate 23 April 2013 The Stanley Cup was won by the Kenora Thistles hockey team in 1907. The team featured such Hall of Famers as Billy McGimsie, Tommy Phillips, Roxy Beaudro, and Art Ross, for whom the Art Ross Trophy is named. Kenora is the smallest town to have won a major North American sports title. Rat Portage is mentioned in Algernon Blackwood's famous 1910


amp news

of residential school life told by local residents. Most recently the museum in 2012 the museum was awarded the 2012 Ontario Museum Association Award of Excellence in Special Projects for its work on the IPad based "mobile tour".<

;ref Government 200px thumbnail right Kenora City Hall (File:Kenora ON 2.JPG) Kenora is represented in the House of Commons (House of Commons of Canada) by Conservative (Conservative Party of Canada) Member of Parliament Greg


family events

: www.beavercreekkenora.ca email address 901 Anderson Road lat long directions the first road on the left off of the Redditt Road. the Redditt road is North of Kenora phone +1 807 548-1103 tollfree fax hours price content Family events are planned during holidays such as Easter, Family Day, Thanksgiving. Activities include pony rides, tractor wagon rides, draft horse sleigh rides and wagon rides, bonfires, pumpkin hunts trail rides and equestrian lessons are provided year round


great local

to advanced level riding. They offer bike rentals, lessons, great local hospitality and unique accommodation options. For those with a pioneering spirit and explorers enthusiasm there is great potential for discovering old logging roads and all terrain vehicle trails in the forest areas. Adventure tourists can take pleasure in the wilde ness, wildlife, landforms and the unique history of the Kenora area as one of the most rugged destinations they may ever ride a bike through. '''Skiing''' Mount Evergreen, located off the Airport Road, has 11 downhill runs, 2 T-Bar lifts, a Terrain Park, a large & spacious, and 20 km of beginner to expert classic and skate technique cross-country Skiing Trails. Five kilometers of the classic and skate cross-country ski trails are lit in the evening hours for nighttime use. The Rollercoaster, Two Towers and Matoo's Trail are among the best Nordic ski trails in Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Phone: 807-548-5100 Off Season call: 807-468-5377 Website: www.skikenora.com Vernon Nature Trails, located down McKenzie Portage Roard, offers 5km of groomed classic technique cross-country ski trails through different area ecosystems, ranging from oak ridges, to pine forests, to deciduous woodlands. The Club Minaki trail system, located approximately 45 minutes North of Kenora, offers 20km of classic technique cross-country ski trails. The Grey Owl and Jackpine trails are highly recommended. Rushing River Provincial Park, 25 km southeast of Kenora, offers 10 km of groomed classic technique cross-country ski trails along scenic terrain. '''Golf''' Kenora Golf & Country Club Golf Course Road, Kenora, ON Phone 807-468-7995 Web: www.kenoragolf.com Beauty Bay Golf Course Essex Road, Kenora, ON Phone 807-548-4777 Bergman Driving Range Phone 807-543-3562 '''Hunting''' Hunting on the Lake of the Woods provides a serene environment with a variety of species to hunt. Traditional bow hunting and other unique hunting experiences are available. Try timber wolf hunting or the fall bear hunt; grouse and duck hunts are always favourites; and of course there is deer and moose hunting available. Many resorts offer hunting packages for the experienced gamesman or the beginner. '''Canoeing & Kayaking''' The Kenora area features over 20 major canoe routes, as well as several businesses, which offer both rentals, and lessons developed to cater to everyone from beginners to experts. The Hardwear Company, located at 160 Main St. South, offers anywhere from half day to week long rentals of kayaks and canoes and will provide two hour lessons, off of the Harbourfront, (there is a two person minimum for all lessons). This is a beginners’ course, which teaches the layout of a kayak, how to enter and exit, how to turn, proper stroke technique, as well as how to execute safety maneuvers. The Hardwear Company can be contacted by phone at 807- 468-1226. Another avenue people may wish to pursue is Green Adventures, which rents all the equipment needed for a kayaking, as well as offers six different tours which range in difficulty from beginner to expert. They also offer more inclusive packages which include the required gear and transportation as well as meals. Buy Shopping in the City is a truly unique experience - you can find everything from jewelery to jigs, country crafts to computer access. Green Adventures, 806 River Drive, phone: 807 467 8535 * Wikipedia:Kenora Commons:Category:Kenora


596

ihdb stats pdisplay.php?pid 50249 accessdate 2010-12-07 publisher Hockeydb.com He recently appeared on Making the Cut, a Canadian reality show about aspiring hockey players. DATE OF BIRTH February 11, 1985 PLACE OF BIRTH Kenora, ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) DATE OF DEATH Located about 45 minutes north of Kenora at the north end of paved Highway 596 (Highway 596 (Ontario)), the hamlet of Minaki is gateway to lakes and rivers of the Ontario

. There are no settlements along its length, and the closest human habitation is Minaki near its southern terminus and Whitedog (Whitedog, Ontario) near its northern terminus. The route begins west of Minaki, branching off from Highway&nbsp;596, which travels south to Kenora. It travels north along a wide strip of land bounded by Sand Lake to the east, and by Swan Lake and Tetu Lake to the west, all part of the Winnipeg River watershed. Zig-zagging in a generally northward direction, the highway

hard, fill your water bottles and tell someone where you plan to go. Ask at a local bike shop for more information. Just West of Casey’s Bar & Grill you’ll find scenic Sandy Nook and even further West (just past Keewatin) on Hwy. 17, look for the Mackenzie Portage Road which leads to the moderately challenging Vernon Trails. A 40 min. drive north on Hwy. 596 will lead you to the Minaki Yurt Adventures race trail. It is a well developed and maintained 25km course featuring some moderate


team featured

pages 62 url http: archive.org stream weekcanadianjour01toro#page n32 mode 1up accessdate 23 April 2013 The Stanley Cup was won by the Kenora Thistles hockey team in 1907. The team featured such Hall of Famers as Billy McGimsie, Tommy Phillips, Roxy Beaudro, and Art Ross, for whom the Art Ross Trophy is named. Kenora is the smallest town to have won a major North American sports title. Rat Portage is mentioned in Algernon Blackwood's famous 1910

Kenora

'''Kenora''', originally named Rat Portage, is a small city situated on the Lake of the Woods in Northwestern Ontario, Canada, close to the Manitoba boundary, and about east of Winnipeg. It is the seat of Kenora District.

The town of Kenora was amalgamated with the towns of Keewatin and Jaffray Melick in 2000 to form the present-day City of Kenora.

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