Rouge River or River Rouge may refer to rivers or places:
- Rouge River (Ontario), a river in Toronto
- Rouge River (Quebec), a river in western Quebec
- Red River of the North, a river in Manitoba, known as Rivière Rouge in its native French language
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... The park protects 12% of the Rouge River watershed, with park lands also protecting small parts of the Petticoat Creek and Duffins Creek watershed, to the East ... The Rouge River remains the healthiest river that flows through Toronto ... Rouge is the largest nature park within a core of a metropolitan area in North America ...
... Before the current bridges crossing the Rouge River at West Jefferson and Fort Streets were built, the two crossings were served by narrow swing bridges ... interfered with the Federal government's plans to dredge the Rouge River to provide freighter access to the Ford River Rouge Complex ... the detour bridge failed, necessitating the bridge's removal to allow free passage of river traffic ...
... Rogue River (disambiguation) Ford River Rouge Complex Rouge (disambiguation) Scarborough—Rouge River, an electoral district in Toronto Red River (disambiguation) ...
... Rouge River Bridge is a series of 170 metres (560 ft) spans carrying traffic on Highway 401 (Ontario) over the Rouge River (Ontario) ... a single bridge, but rather several spans of highway overpasses over the Rouge River ... total, and run parallel to a section of Kingston Road that spans across the Rouge River on the north side ...
... Scarborough's borders are Victoria Park Avenue to the west, the Rouge River, the Little Rouge Creek and the Scarborough-Pickering Townline to the east ... by two watersheds, Highland Creek and the Rouge River ... the western half of Scarborough while the Rouge River flows through the eastern portion ...
Famous quotes containing the words river and/or rouge:
“You scour the Bowery, ransack the Bronx,
Through funeral parlors and honky-tonks.
From river to river you comb the town
For a place to lay your family down.”
—Ogden Nash (19021971)
“With the old kindness, the old distinguished grace,
She lies, her lovely piteous head amid dull red hair
Propped upon pillows, rouge on the pallor of her face.
She would not have us sad because she is lying there,
And when she meets our gaze her eyes are laughter-lit,
Her speech a wicked tale that we may vie with her....”
—William Butler Yeats (18651939)