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North Bay - Other
... North Bay Aqueduct, a part of the California State Water Project North Bay Breakers, an American football (soccer) team based in Santa Rosa, California ...
Trout Lake (Ontario)
... Trout Lake is a lake in municipalities of East Ferris and North Bay, Nipissing District in Northeastern Ontario, Canada, approximately 6 kilometres (4 mi) east of the much larger Lake Nipissing ... Lake is the source of the Mattawa River and a significant body of water on a well-known historic North American voyageur (fur-trading) route ... The City of North Bay (population approx 54,000) draws its drinking water from Trout Lake ...
Bill Vrebosch
... Bill Vrebosch (born July 10, 1943 in North Bay, Ontario) was the provincial Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario candidate in the riding of Nipissing in the 2007 ... Joseph School in the “East End” of North Bay ... He graduated from North Bay Teachers College and taught music for 30 years until his retirement ...
Shaw TV Sault Ste. Marie - Programming
... Northeastern Ontario Greater Sudbury CICI 5 (CTV) CFGC-DT (11.1 Global) North Bay CKNY 10 (CTV) CFGC-DT-2 (2.1 Global) Sault Ste. 3 (CTV) CIII-DT-13 (13.1 Global) Northwestern Ontario Kenora CJBN 13 (Global) Thunder Bay CKPR-DT (2.1 CBC) CHFD-DT (4.1 Global) Defunct CJSS 8 Cornwall (CBC) CIER 2 Ear Falls (Ind) CHNB ... Marie TVCogeco Kingston TVCogeco North Bay TVCogeco Windsor 1 Available on over the air retransmitters in certain towns ...
List Of Curling Clubs In Ontario - Northern Ontario Curling Association - Region 5
22nd Wing Curling Club - North Bay North Bay Granite Club - North Bay Sturgeon Falls Curling Club - Sturgeon Falls Mattawa Curling Club - Mattawa Nosbonsing Curling Club - Astorville ...

Famous quotes containing the words bay and/or north:

    The very dogs that sullenly bay the moon from farm-yards in these nights excite more heroism in our breasts than all the civil exhortations or war sermons of the age.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    I felt that he, a prisoner in the midst of his enemies and under the sentence of death, if consulted as to his next step or resource, could answer more wisely than all his countrymen beside. He best understood his position; he contemplated it most calmly. Comparatively, all other men, North and South, were beside themselves.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)