Owen Sound

What is Owen Sound known for?


bringing national

''', primarily for Grey (Grey County, Ontario)-Bruce Counties (Bruce County, Ontario) but also serving northern parts of Huron (Huron County, Ontario) and Wellington (Wellington County, Ontario) Counties. The station is known for its active support of local country music, as well as bringing national and international country music acts to Grey and Bruce counties. frequency 106.5 MHz (Megahertz) (FM (FM radio)) city Owen Sound, Ontario format hot adult


successful years'--

birthplace of Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. He and his wife '''Jennie Butchart''' (1866–1950) came to the west coast of Canada because of rich limestone deposits necessary for cement production. Success came early to the team reaching the semifinals in 1909. In the 1920s the team enjoyed many successful years, battling against Orillia and Owen Sound. In June 1928, Bradley's Arena burnt to the ground. The team relocated to Whitby until the new Hambly Arena Oshawa


successful years'

birthplace of Owen Sound, Ontario, Canada. He and his wife '''Jennie Butchart''' (1866–1950) came to the west coast of Canada because of rich limestone deposits necessary for cement production. Success came early to the team reaching the semifinals in 1909. In the 1920s the team enjoyed many successful years, battling against Orillia and Owen Sound. In June 1928, Bradley's Arena burnt to the ground. The team relocated to Whitby until the new Hambly Arena Oshawa


sound service

provides local bus service and specialized transportation for those unable to use the regular transit buses. As home port of the Owen Sound Transportation Company Limited, the inner harbour is where the MS Chi-Cheemaun car ferry from Tobermory (Tobermory, Ontario) to South Baymouth (South Baymouth, Ontario) is docked during the winter months. The Canadian Pacific Railway Owen Sound subdivision connected Orangeville (Orangeville, Ontario) and Owen Sound. Service was discontinued


professional live

event fund raiser for the Adult Literacy Program of the Owen Sound and North Grey Union Public Library. In 2007 Owen Sound celebrated its 150th year since incorporation, with special events throughout the year highlighted by the 10-day Homecoming 2007 celebrations July 27 to August 5. Theatrically, the city's 400-seat Roxy Theatre, owned and operated by the Owen Sound Little Theatre, is used for the city's professional live theatre performances, as well as some concerts. The Youth Theatre


music acts

''', primarily for Grey (Grey County, Ontario)-Bruce Counties (Bruce County, Ontario) but also serving northern parts of Huron (Huron County, Ontario) and Wellington (Wellington County, Ontario) Counties. The station is known for its active support of local country music, as well as bringing national and international country music acts to Grey and Bruce counties. frequency 106.5 MHz (Megahertz) (FM (FM radio)) city Owen Sound, Ontario format hot adult


time programs

2001_mean_hh_income 35,746 2001_access_date 2012-04-09 notes Education Owen Sound is home to a campus of Georgian College. The campus currently offers 14 full-time programs, including its Great Lakes International Marine Training and Research Centre. The centre trains professionals already working


amp field

, Ontario Cambridge , Chatham (Chatham–Kent), Goderich (Goderich, Ontario), Ingersoll (Ingersoll, Ontario), Kitchener (Kitchener, Ontario), Owen Sound, Sarnia, St. Thomas (St. Thomas, Ontario), Stratford (Stratford, Ontario), Tillsonburg, Waterloo (Waterloo, Ontario), and Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario). Southwest West Owen Sound Georgian Bluffs Northwest Hewitt excelled at football, track & field (Track and field) and hockey


natural landscape

of 20,001–50,000 category in Canada for its beauty, natural landscape, and strong sense of community. Owen Sound has been recently recognized as a great place to retire due to its cultural, sports and natural amenities.


sound history

County, Ontario Grey County , is a city in Southern (Southern Ontario) (Southwestern) (Southwestern Ontario) Ontario, Canada. Owen Sound is located at the mouths of the Pottawatomi (Pottawatomi River) and Sydenham River (Sydenham River (Lake Huron))s on an inlet of Georgian Bay named Owen Sound. History The area around the upper Great Lakes was the home of Ojibway people. In 1815, William Fitzwilliam Owen surveyed the area and named the inlet after his

Owen Sound

thumb 300px Community of Owen Sound, at the base of the Owen Sound inlet, in 1880. (File:Owen Sound, Grey County, Ontario, 1880.jpg) '''Owen Sound''' (Canada 2011 Census population 21,688; CA (Census Agglomeration) population 32,092), the county seat of Grey County (Grey County, Ontario), is a city in Southern (Southern Ontario) (Southwestern) (Southwestern Ontario) Ontario, Canada. Owen Sound is located at the mouths of the Pottawatomi (Pottawatomi River) and Sydenham River (Sydenham River (Lake Huron))s on an inlet of Georgian Bay named Owen Sound.

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