Woodstock, Ontario

What is Woodstock, Ontario known for?


massive building

a Regency predecessor of 1839, the Courthouse is a massive building of sandstone in the Richardsonian Romanesque style, with a complex roof line. The first architect was dismissed in 1890 after the walls were found to be faulty, and replaced by Cuthbertson of Woodstock and Fowler of Toronto. Monkey heads are hidden among the capitals of the red marble pillars at the two front entrances, and the monkey at the peak is said to have been carved by the contractor to represent the county council after


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DASHBot On January 12, 2000, CFHK joined the "Energy Radio" network, while The Hawk moved to co-owned CKDK (CKDK-FM) in Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario). The Energy Radio network was unstable and station branding changed frequently. In 2002, the network was pulled. CFHK became local again as "Energy 103", serving only London and surrounding area. In August 2004, Energy Radio changed formats and moniker to its current adult top 40 format to go up


famous silver

in the freighting business. He moved to Park City, Utah, in 1883, "Thomas Kearns," by Miriam B. Murphy, Utah History to Go and worked in mining, prospected, and operated several mines. In 1889 and his partner David Keith discovered the rich ore that became the famous Silver King Coalition Mine in Park City. O. N. Malmquist, ''The First 100 Years'', p. 182 They would eventually own several mines throughout Utah, Nevada, Colorado and California. In Park City, Kearns, a Catholic, married Jennie Judge in 1890, and had three children.


serving nearby

(North American television frequency) channel 31 , also serving nearby London (London, Ontario)), and another was set up in Ottawa in 1996 (CITY-TV-3 on channel 65). birth_date birth_place Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario), Ontario death_date Early life and career Turner was born in Woodstock, Ontario, and educated at the University of Toronto Schools where he belonged to Cody house (house system). He


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against adult contemporary station CIQM-FM and adult hits station CHST-FM. The flip to hot AC was caused by previous hot AC station CHST-FM flipping to its current '''Bob FM''' format in July 2003. In August 2005, the Energy Radio brand was folded completely and CFHK rebranded as "103-1 Fresh FM", due to the fact it could match the current CFHK calls. The morning program featuring "D, Mindy & Gord" moved from co-owned CFPL-FM (FM96) to launch the new


study arts

locally and, after rejecting dairy farming as a vocation, enrolled in a Metcalfe (Metcalfe, Ontario) high school. After graduating in 1874, he attended the Canadian Literary Institute, a Baptist college in Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario). He graduated from there in 1876, and taught for a year in Osgoode before going to Montreal to study arts and civil law (civil law (legal system)) at McGill University


buildings independent

. The Art Gallery, which originally started in the basement of the Woodstock Public Library, proudly showcases the work of Florence Carlyle. Theatre Woodstock houses plays year-round in the former market building across from the museum. Downtown Downtown Woodstock stretches from Vansittart Avenue to Huron Street on Dundas Street, the city's main street. It houses the city's banks, administration buildings, independent retailers and several restaurants. The majority of buildings are a century old. Downtown promotes itself through its B.I.A. members as a place to shop, work, play and dine. Although there are a few vacancies in the city centre, the downtown is full of beautiful historic buildings and several unique retail outlets. west of Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario), Ontario, Canada. The airport is commonly called the ''Woodstock Flying Club'' due to the size of the airport. Clarke was born in Brockville (Brockville, Ontario), Ontario, and was raised in Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario). He became active in radio broadcasting when still in high school, and worked in radio and television for sixteen years after his graduation. He was a news anchor for CKWS (CKWS-TV) Television from 1987 to 1993, when he switched to sales at CIZ radio. ''Kingston Whig-Standard'', 10 May 1997. In 1997, the station was acquired by Shaw Communications. Following the change in ownership, Energy's format shifted from dance music to mainstream CHR (contemporary hit radio). Dance, rap, hip-hop, rock, and pop all received equal airplay. A minor name change also took place, with '''Energy 108''' changing to '''Energy Radio'''. Under Shaw's ownership, several other stations in Ontario, including CKDK (CKDK-FM) in Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario), CHAY (CHAY-FM) in Barrie (Barrie, Ontario) and CKGE (CKGE-FM) in Oshawa (Oshawa, Ontario), also adopted the '''Energy Radio''' format, rebroadcasting CING much of the day. Shaw's radio operations were, in turn, spun off to Corus Entertainment in 1999. Some have also suggested that a non-profit community radio station would have been a more appropriate way to serve LGBT audiences, and that as a low-power signal many people who live away from the Church and Wellesley area may not even be able to receive the station at all. In fact, some listeners have noted that even in the Church and Wellesley Village itself, the station's signal sometimes gets drowned out by CBL-FM's rebroadcaster in Peterborough (Peterborough, Ontario) or by CKDK-FM from Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario). "Toronto's Proud FM plans to get a little louder". ''Xtra!'', March 26, 2010. Mary Jo Eustace told ''fab (fab (magazine))'' that she decided to leave the station shortly after discovering that she couldn't pick up the signal in her car radio when it was parked just outside the studio. "Queer radio goodwill falls from 50-watt cliff". ''Mondoville'', May 7, 2010. Centre Norwich North Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario), Blandford-Blenheim (Blandford-Blenheim, Ontario) Northeast - colspan "4" '''Woodstock (Woodstock, Ontario)''' - ''Main article (Woodstock municipal election, 2006)'' - Immigration and mining Born near Woodstock, Ontario, Canada, he moved with his parents to O'Neill in Holt County, Nebraska, where he attended the public schools until he was 17, worked on a farm, and engaged in the freighting business. He moved to Park City, Utah, in 1883, "Thomas Kearns," by Miriam B. Murphy, Utah History to Go and worked in mining, prospected, and operated several mines. In 1889 and his partner David Keith discovered the rich ore that became the famous Silver King Coalition Mine in Park City. O. N. Malmquist, ''The First 100 Years'', p. 182 They would eventually own several mines throughout Utah, Nevada, Colorado and California. In Park City, Kearns, a Catholic, married Jennie Judge in 1890, and had three children.


music year

* Woodstock Rotary Club Dragon Boat Festival *Woodstock Rotary Festival of Music Year-round attractions * Gallery Cinemas * Theatre Woodstock * OLG Slots * Ross Butler Studio Agricultural Art Gallery * 4Cats Art Studio * Spray'n Play Water Park, Southside Aquatic Centre Cultural * Woodstock Museum - National Historic Site * Woodstock Art Gallery * Woodstock Peace Lighthouse * Theatre Woodstock The Woodstock Art Gallery is located at 449 Dundas Street in the renovated John White Building


local history

Loyalists in 1800, starting with Zacharias Burtch and Levi Luddington, Local History. City.woodstock.on.ca. Retrieved on 2013-07-24. and became a town in 1851. Since then, Woodstock has maintained steady growth, and is now one of the largest cities in Southwestern Ontario. As a small historic city, Woodstock is one of the few cities in Ontario to still have all of its original

for media in Birchall’s trial. In 1895, the hotel saw a new owner, who named it “Oxford” and it would change hands twice more in the twentieth century. The Oxford Hotel also booked some interesting acts. In 1924, the “Human Fly”, who was the all the rage across Canada and the United States, walked across the walls of Oxford’s Hotel. (SR, July 21, 1924) The Hotel sits empty now and is available for purchase. There is a historical plaque on the building, recognizing its contributions to local


comedy life

"earlyinterviews" His first film appearance was at the age of seven, in a small role in the Michael J. Fox comedy ''Life With Mikey'' (1993 (1993 in television)). Subsequently, he appeared in many supporting roles, including a guest appearance on the television series ''The X-Files'', playing a stigmatic (Stigmata) child. He had the starring role in ''Air Bud'' (1997), a film about a sports-playing dog

Woodstock, Ontario

'''Woodstock''' is a city in Southwestern (Southwestern Ontario) Ontario, Canada, situated along the Quebec City–Windsor Corridor. The city has a population of 37,754 according to the 2011 Canadian census (Canada 2011 Census). Woodstock is the seat of Oxford County (Oxford County, Ontario), at the head of the non-navigable Thames River (Thames River, Ontario), approximately 128 km from Toronto, and 43 km from London, Ontario. The city is known as the Dairy Capital of Canada and promotes itself as "The Friendly City." Woodstock is the official seat of Oxford County (Oxford County, Ontario).

Woodstock was first settled by European-colonists (Europe) and United Empire Loyalists in 1800, starting with Zacharias Burtch and Levi Luddington, Local History. City.woodstock.on.ca. Retrieved on 2013-07-24. and became a town in 1851. Since then, Woodstock has maintained steady growth, and is now one of the largest cities in Southwestern Ontario. As a small historic city, Woodstock is one of the few cities in Ontario to still have all of its original administration buildings. The city has developed a strong economic focus towards manufacturing and tourism.

Woodstock is home to a campus of Fanshawe College. The city plays host to a number of cultural and artistic exhibits, including the Woodstock Museum, a national historic site. Woodstock's summer festivals contribute to its tourism industry, however, its economic activity is centred on the manufacturing centre, the city being home to a large number of auto-manufacturing factories. The city's west end has exceptionally well-preserved Victorian (Victorian architecture) streetscapes, most notable of these streets is Vansittart Avenue, named after Admiral Henry Vansittart, one of the city's first settlers. Woodstock has a large community centre (Woodstock District Community Complex) with a rink capable of accommodating 2,500 spectators for hockey games. The centre also has a large banquet hall and atrium which play host to a large number of social gatherings for the community. Woodstock District Community Complex. City.woodstock.on.ca. Retrieved on 2013-07-24.

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