North Bay, Ontario

What is North Bay, Ontario known for?


silver producing

the area was one of the largest silver producing areas in the world. Speculation over mining stocks led to riots on Wall Street in New York City. The town was incorporated in 1906. Its population swelled and peaked at 7,000. In 1911, silver production exceeded 30,000,000 ounces (937.5 tons). Mining continued until the 1930s, then slowed to a trickle. Activity renewed in the 1950s then slowly dropped off, and there are no longer any operating mines in the area. However, one mill still operates in the area, and there continues to be exploration, including exploration for diamonds. '''Canadian Forces Base North Bay''', also '''CFB North Bay''', is an air force base (Canadian Forces base) located at the City of North Bay (North Bay, Ontario), Ontario about who in the 1960s started the Heavenly Sunshine Broadcast. He attended high school in North Bay, Ontario, where he met his wife, Lyne Edwards. They married shortly before moving to Toronto, Ontario where they both attended the University of Toronto. Dellandrea received his BA (Bachelor of Arts) (English Literature) from Scarborough College (University of Toronto) and both his MEd and EdD from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. The couple moved to Waterloo, Ontario in 1979 to raise their two sons, Matthew and Brendan (prhizzm), and for Dellandrea to take a position at the University of Waterloo. During this time, Dellandrea took on a central development role, culminating in his appointment to the newly-created position of Vice-President, University Development in 1983.


original family

Ptarmigan Airways, and in 1997 it bought Northwest Territorial Airways, both of which were merged into First Air. In 2011 First Air celebrated its 65th anniversary. Milestones About First Air Dionne Quints Museum A sibling of the Quintuplets was the first to open the Dionne home as a museum. The original family homestead was moved around 1960 to a location on Highway 11B (Highway 11B (Ontario)) (near the present Clarion Resort), and again in 1985 to North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) and converted into the non-profit Dionne Quintuplets Museum. The museum is located at the intersection of Highway 11 (Highway 11 (Ontario)) and the Trans Canada Highway. The museum features many artifacts from the quints' early days and their growing years. *July 24 - Earl Bascom (Earl W. Bascom) enters his first steer riding contest at Welling, Alberta and later becomes an international celebrity in the rodeo and fine art worlds. He is known as the first rodeo cowboy to become a professional cowboy artist and sculptor and the first cowboy artist to be honored as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts of London, England. *July 29 - The Matheson Fire in the region northwest of North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) begins. It eventually takes the lives of between 200 and 250 people and destroys six towns, including Matheson (Matheson, Ontario) and Cochrane (Cochrane, Ontario) *August 11 - The 4th Canadian Division arrives in France * Montreal, Quebec - CFCF (CFCF-TV) * North Bay (North Bay, Ontario), Ontario - CKNY (CKNY-TV) * Ottawa, Ontario - CJOH (CJOH-TV) *Moncton, New Brunswick - CKNI (CKNI-FM) *North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) - CHUR (CHUR-FM), CKAT, CKFX (CKFX-FM) *Ottawa Smiths Falls (Smiths Falls, Ontario) - CHEZ (CHEZ-FM), CISS (CISS-FM), CIWW, CJET (CJET-FM), CKBY (CKBY-FM) Prior to 1999, the station also broadcast on channel 11 to the Muskoka (District Municipality of Muskoka) and Parry Sound (Parry Sound District, Ontario) districts of Ontario from the CKCO-TV-4 transmitter near Huntsville (Huntsville, Ontario). That year, that transmitter was changed to a rebroadcaster of CKNY (CKNY-TV) in North Bay (North Bay, Ontario). Decision CRTC 99-163 (It has since become a rebroadcaster of Sudbury (Greater Sudbury)'s CICI (CICI-TV).) Broadcasting Decision CRTC 2005-57 History Silver was discovered in the area in the summer of 1903, during the construction of the Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Railway from North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) to the communities of Haileybury (Haileybury, Ontario) and New Liskeard (New Liskeard, Ontario), north of Cobalt. Within a few years the area was one of the largest silver producing areas in the world. Speculation over mining stocks led to riots on Wall Street in New York City. The town was incorporated in 1906. Its population swelled and peaked at 7,000. In 1911, silver production exceeded 30,000,000 ounces (937.5 tons). Mining continued until the 1930s, then slowed to a trickle. Activity renewed in the 1950s then slowly dropped off, and there are no longer any operating mines in the area. However, one mill still operates in the area, and there continues to be exploration, including exploration for diamonds. '''Canadian Forces Base North Bay''', also '''CFB North Bay''', is an air force base (Canadian Forces base) located at the City of North Bay (North Bay, Ontario), Ontario about who in the 1960s started the Heavenly Sunshine Broadcast. He attended high school in North Bay, Ontario, where he met his wife, Lyne Edwards. They married shortly before moving to Toronto, Ontario where they both attended the University of Toronto. Dellandrea received his BA (Bachelor of Arts) (English Literature) from Scarborough College (University of Toronto) and both his MEd and EdD from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. The couple moved to Waterloo, Ontario in 1979 to raise their two sons, Matthew and Brendan (prhizzm), and for Dellandrea to take a position at the University of Waterloo. During this time, Dellandrea took on a central development role, culminating in his appointment to the newly-created position of Vice-President, University Development in 1983.


career winning

, 2009 in Ottawa, Ontario), was a retired Canadian (Demographics of Canada) National Hockey League(NHL) professional ice hockey player and hockey executive. He played for the Boston Bruins and Toronto Maple Leafs after a long senior-hockey career, winning the Allan Cup in 1948. He later managed and coached the Los Angeles Kings of the NHL and was president of the NHL Alumni Association. DATE OF BIRTH August 9, 1930 PLACE OF BIRTH North Bay


working career

Products, sold off to Georgia Pacific in early 2010. Early life Saunders was born in London, Ontario and moved with his family to North Bay, Ontario at the age of six. He began his working career in Northern Ontario with the Ontario Northland Railway. A trade unionist, he became president of his local union and once ran as a Labour (Labour Party of Canada) candidate for North Bay (North Bay, Ontario)'s city council. He served in World War I

and subsequently became Secretary-General of the Great War Veteran's Association in North Bay helping raise money for a war memorial. Early life Saunders was born in London, Ontario and moved with his family to North Bay, Ontario at the age of six. He began his working career in Northern Ontario with the Ontario Northland Railway. A trade unionist, he became president of his local union and once ran as a Labour (Labour Party of Canada) candidate for North


playing part

was being paid $75 a week to star in the league. who in the 1960s started the Heavenly Sunshine Broadcast. He attended high school in North Bay, Ontario, where he met his wife, Lyne Edwards. They married shortly before moving to Toronto, Ontario where they both attended the University of Toronto. Dellandrea received his BA (Bachelor of Arts) (English Literature) from Scarborough College (University of Toronto) and both his MEd and EdD from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. The couple moved to Waterloo, Ontario in 1979 to raise their two sons, Matthew and Brendan (prhizzm), and for Dellandrea to take a position at the University of Waterloo. During this time, Dellandrea took on a central development role, culminating in his appointment to the newly-created position of Vice-President, University Development in 1983.


school articles

. Furthermore, when the article creator can't be bothered to correctly capitalize the title (i.e. Widdifield Secondary School), why should others be forced to move it and then expand on it? Utter garbage. --Scimitar (User:Scimitar) parley (User talk:Scimitar) 14:16, 15 August 2005 (UTC) *'''Merge''' with North Bay, Ontario since the article is so short. It is highly unlikely to get school articles deleted, but a short stub can usually be easily merged with the location ''without'' having to go through a VFD debate. Sjakkalle (User:Sjakkalle) (Check!) (User talk:Sjakkalle) 14:19, 15 August 2005 (UTC) *'''Keep''' of course. We are far more likely to have a good article some time soon if we keep the one we have already. Osomec (User:Osomec) 14:36, 15 August 2005 (UTC) '''Alterna Savings & Credit Union Ltd.''' is a Canadian (Canada) credit union, formed in 2005 by the merger of '''CS CO-OP''' and '''Metro Credit Union''', which provides full daily banking services, loans and mortgages, investment services and business banking. At the close of 2006 Alterna Savings had CN$ (Canadian dollar)1.7 billion in assets and approximately 150,000 members. It had 24 branches in Ottawa, Kingston (Kingston, Ontario), North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) , Pembroke (Pembroke, Ontario) and Toronto (Toronto, Ontario). It also provides service across Canada through its subsidiary, Alterna Bank, which has two branches in Gatineau, Quebec. who in the 1960s started the Heavenly Sunshine Broadcast. He attended high school in North Bay, Ontario, where he met his wife, Lyne Edwards. They married shortly before moving to Toronto, Ontario where they both attended the University of Toronto. Dellandrea received his BA (Bachelor of Arts) (English Literature) from Scarborough College (University of Toronto) and both his MEd and EdD from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. The couple moved to Waterloo, Ontario in 1979 to raise their two sons, Matthew and Brendan (prhizzm), and for Dellandrea to take a position at the University of Waterloo. During this time, Dellandrea took on a central development role, culminating in his appointment to the newly-created position of Vice-President, University Development in 1983.


sports radio

Brantford style "text-align:center;" E - CKAT 0 600 AM North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) Rogers Communications country (country music) news (news radio) sports (sports radio) - - CHIM-FM-1 (CHIM-FM) 00 92.5 FM North Bay (North Bay, Ontario) 1158556 Ontario Ltd. (CHIM-FM) (Roger de Brabant) Christian radio

station, broadcasting at 600 AM (AM radio) in North Bay, Ontario. The station, owned by Rogers Media, airs a country music, news (news radio) and sports (sports radio) format. birth_date birth_place North Bay (North Bay, Ontario), ON (Ontario), CAN (Canada) draft 68th overall DATE OF BIRTH September 13, 1974 PLACE OF BIRTH North Bay (North Bay, Ontario), Ontario, Canada DATE OF DEATH - div id "


debut album

in Mattawa (Mattawa, Ontario), Ontario, Canada (near North Bay (North Bay, Ontario)) with other Canadian bands Moxy (Moxy (band)), Toronto (Toronto (band)), Trooper (Trooper (band)), Goddo, Killer Dwarfs and Ray Lyell for the thirtieth anniversary for release of the debut album by Moxy. **Highway 552 (Ontario Highway 522) to Highway 522B (Ontario Highway 522B) (Trout Creek (Trout Creek, Ontario) bypass); **Highway 94 (Ontario Highway 94) at Callander, Ontario Callander

(military unit) companies . A Coy (Alpha Company) is located in North Bay (North Bay, Ontario), Ontario and B Coy (Bravo Company) is located in Timmins, Ontario. The regiment falls under the command of 33 Canadian Brigade Group. Her self-titled debut album ''Melissa O'Neil (Melissa O'Neil (album))'', was released on November 22, 2005 and debuted at number sixteen on the Canadian albums chart. The second single from her album, "Let It Go (Let It Go (Melissa O'Neil song))"

nonetheless. In March 2006, her debut album was certified gold by the CRIA for 50,000 units shipped, and her first single "Alive" was covered by Becki Ryan in the movie ''Flicka''. On September 16, 2006 O'Neil returned to the ''Canadian Idol'' stage during grand finale of its fourth season. Here she was surprised with the certified gold presentation disc of her debut album. language English headquarters 259 Worthington Street, North Bay (North Bay, Ontario), Ontario P1B


largest silver

the area was one of the largest silver producing areas in the world. Speculation over mining stocks led to riots on Wall Street in New York City. The town was incorporated in 1906. Its population swelled and peaked at 7,000. In 1911, silver production exceeded 30,000,000 ounces (937.5 tons). Mining continued until the 1930s, then slowed to a trickle. Activity renewed in the 1950s then slowly dropped off, and there are no longer any operating mines in the area. However, one mill still


hosting film

and writers. In 2004, the TVOntario program ''Studio 2'' selected North Bay as being one of the top three most artistically talented communities in the province. who in the 1960s started the Heavenly Sunshine Broadcast. He attended high school in North Bay, Ontario, where he met his wife, Lyne Edwards. They married shortly before moving to Toronto, Ontario where they both attended the University of Toronto. Dellandrea received his BA (Bachelor of Arts) (English Literature) from Scarborough College (University of Toronto) and both his MEd and EdD from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. The couple moved to Waterloo, Ontario in 1979 to raise their two sons, Matthew and Brendan (prhizzm), and for Dellandrea to take a position at the University of Waterloo. During this time, Dellandrea took on a central development role, culminating in his appointment to the newly-created position of Vice-President, University Development in 1983.

North Bay, Ontario

'''North Bay''' is a city in Northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is the seat of Nipissing District (Nipissing District, Ontario), and takes its name from its position on the shore of Lake Nipissing.

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