Port Dalhousie

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Neil Peart - Life and Career - Early Childhood
... In 1956 the family moved to the Port Dalhousie area of the town ... Johns Anglican Church Hall in Port Dalhousie ... Peart got a job in Lakeside Park, in Port Dalhousie on the shores of Lake Ontario, which later inspired a song of the same name on the Rush album Caress of Steel ...
Port Dalhousie, Ontario - Etymology
... Port Dalhousie is named for George Ramsay, 9th Earl of Dalhousie, Governor General of British North America ... Dalhousie also gave his name to Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and to the town of Dalhousie, New Brunswick ... Dalhousie pronounced his name 'dal-HOW-zee' during his time ...
St. Catharines - Communities and Development
... Catharines, the Town of Merritton and the Town of Port Dalhousie existed as separate municipalities to the South and North of the city, each slowly growing their own ... Catharines would also absorb Merritton and Port Dalhousie in 1961, making them part of the city ... of Grantham Township in the Northeast corner of the area, including Port Weller, were also transferred to the city ...

Famous quotes containing the word port:

    How happy is the sailor’s life,
    From coast to coast to roam;
    In every port he finds a wife,
    In every land a home.
    Isaac Bickerstaffe (c. 1735–1812)