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OHA TITLE
CKNC
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PART
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DECEMBER 27
TOWN
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Definitions

  1. Sudbury is a provincial electoral district in Ontario, Canada, that has been represented in the Legislative Assembly of Ontario since 1908.
  2. Sudbury is the dominant city in Northeastern Ontario, and Thunder Bay is the dominant city in Northwestern Ontario.
  3. Sudbury is the commercial centre of northeastern Ontario.
  4. Sudbury was incorporated as a town in 1883, and as a city in 1930.
  5. Sudbury was known for many years as a wasteland.

Sudbury Star

  1. See "McIntaggart likes leader's moustache", Sudbury Star, 24 December 2005, A3. He also highlighted the need for more long-term care beds in Sudbury.

Canadian City

  1. This is a list of people from the Canadian city of Greater Sudbury, Ontario.

Kevin Serviss

  1. Kevin Serviss was born in Iroquois, Ontario, and raised in Guilletville near Sudbury.
  2. Kevin Serviss is an ex-police officer, assistant pastor, and unsuccessful political candidate in Sudbury, Canada.

Active Lgbt Community

  1. Sudbury also has a fairly moderate but active LGBT community.

Sandra Shamas

  1. Sandra Shamas (born 1957 in Sudbury, Ontario) is a Canadian comedic actress and writer.
  2. Sandra Shamas was born in 1957 in the northern Ontario mining town of Sudbury to middle-Eastern parents whose marriage had been arranged.

Sudbury Area

  1. Along with other NDP legislators from the Sudbury area, he frequently called for Inco 's nickel mine in the city to be nationalized.

Oha Title

  1. The Majors won the OHA title in 1935, and went on to play the Northern Ontario champion Sudbury Cub Wolves.

Cknc

  1. CKNC is a former Canadian television station, which broadcast in Greater Sudbury, Ontario.

Ontario Region

  1. It also occurs in nickel -bearing ores found in the Sudbury, Ontario region with other platinum group metals.

Ckso

  1. The CBC’s first privately owned affiliate television station, CKSO in Sudbury, Ontario, launched in October 1953.

Sudbury Arena

  1. The Sudbury Arena is a 4,758-seat (5,743 standing) multi-purpose arena in the downtown core of Greater Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.
  2. The Sudbury Arena is a 6,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Sudbury, Ontario Canada.

Northeastern Ontario

  1. As the largest city in Northeastern Ontario, Greater Sudbury is the region's primary media centre.

Sudbury Regional Hospital

  1. Greater Sudbury serves as the health care centre for much of northeastern Ontario through the Sudbury Regional Hospital.

Sudbury East

  1. Party Novelties in Sudbury filled only one order for buttons for the campaign of Liberal candidate J.Y. Robert in Sudbury East.
  2. Sudbury East was a provincial electoral riding in the Canadian province of Ontario, which existed from 1967 to 1999.

Community

  1. Capreol is a community in the Ontario city of Greater Sudbury.

Source

  1. The platinum arsenide, sperrylite (PtAs 2), is a major source of platinum associated with nickel ores in the Sudbury Basin deposit in Ontario, Canada.
  2. Sperrylite, occurring with the nickel-bearing deposits of Sudbury, Ontario, is the source of a considerable amount of metal.

Aircraft

  1. Lime was spread over the charred soil of the Sudbury region by hand and by aircraft.

Games

  1. Unfortunately in a committee room protest, the OHA title was taken away from Oshawa while games were already underway with Sudbury.

Home

  1. The city is also home to a harness racing track, located in Azilda, called Sudbury Downs.

Family

  1. The family settled in Sudbury, Ontario, where, at the age of nine, Baumann became involved in competitive swimming, training at Laurentian University.

Makes

  1. The Sudbury Symphony Orchestra is a symphony orchestra which makes its home in the Canadian city of Sudbury, Ontario.

Northwest

  1. He was raised in Azilda, just northwest of Sudbury, Ontario.

Small

  1. Although the quantity at Sudbury is very small, the large amount of nickel ore processed makes rhodium recovery cost effective.

Cities

  1. The five towns and two cities of the region were amalgamated by provincial order on January 1, 2001 to become the city of Greater Sudbury.

Adding

  1. Thunder Airlines is adding more aircraft to the tarmac at their Sudbury and Timmins bases.

Construction

  1. Construction of the multi-million dollar renovation and expansion of Greater Sudbury Airport is now complete.

Day

  1. On the same day, the existing television station in Sudbury, CKSO, switched affiliation to CTV and adopted the new call letters CICI.

Prior

  1. Prior to the construction of the Superstack, the waste gases caused severe ecological damage in the area around Sudbury.

Result

  1. The picture to the right is a result of sulfide mining from Sudbury, Ontario.
  2. As a result, these gases can be detected in the atmosphere around Greater Sudbury in a 240 km (150 miles) radius of the Inco plant.

Member

  1. Mr Rick Bartolucci (Sudbury): I rise to commend the member from Sarnia for her very good presentation on the budget.
  2. Fawcett's daughter is married to Elie Martel, who was the Member of Provincial Parliament for Sudbury East from 1967 to 1987.

Marie

  1. Marie and Sudbury, CTV is committed to producing timely, relevant, accurate "news for the north".
  2. Marie) and the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (whose head office is in Greater Sudbury).

Mayor

  1. Marleau's husband, Paul Marleau, is a prominent businessman in Sudbury who ran for mayor of the city in 2003.
  2. He has served as the mayor of Greater Sudbury, Ontario since 2006.

Part

  1. The ore deposits in Sudbury are part of a large geological structure known as the Sudbury Basin, believed to be the remnants of a meteorite impact crater.
  2. Blake played junior and senior hockey in the Sudbury area and was part of the 1932 Memorial Cup champions, the Sudbury Cub Wolves.

Victim

  1. Of the mediæval archbishops, in 1381 Simon of Sudbury fell a victim to Wat Tyler and his followers when they attacked Lambeth Palace.

Station

  1. In 1970, the station was acquired by Cambrian Broadcasting, the owner of CKSO in Sudbury, and adopted the current CKNY callsign.

Broadcasting

  1. CICI (also commonly known as CTV Northern Ontario) is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in Sudbury, Ontario.
  2. CICI-TV is a Canadian television station, broadcasting in Sudbury, Ontario.

December 27

  1. Instead, stores in Sudbury begin their post-Christmas Boxing Day sales on December 27.

Town

  1. He was raised in a town called Azilda, just northwest of Sudbury.
  2. The town is on the Sudbury River, 18 miles (29 km) southwest of downtown Boston.

Nearby Town

  1. In the 1650s, several families left the nearby town of Sudbury, 18 miles west of Boston, to start a new town.

Common Usage

  1. In common usage, the city is still generally referred to as Sudbury.

Scouts Canada

  1. Gary Waycik -- a former Sudbury resident who worked for Scouts Canada -- was the victim of the fatal car crash on Elm Street in Sudbury on Thursday.

Branch Line

  1. The Gainsborough Line is the marketing name of the Sudbury Branch Line, a railway line from Sudbury to Marks Tey.
  2. During the festivals additional late-evening trains on the Sudbury Branch Line allow festival-goers to return home by train.

Russia

  1. Other important sources of this precious metal are the Sudbury Basin in Canada and the nickel-copper-palladium deposits near Norilsk in Russia.

World

  1. The Creighton Mine site in Sudbury is the site of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, the lowest background radiation particle detector in the world.
  2. The Superstack sits atop the largest nickel smelting operation in the world at Inco's Copper Cliff processing facility in the city of Greater Sudbury.

First City

  1. In 1979, Sudbury became the first city in Canada to install a TTY line in the mayor's office to help improve service to deaf citizens.

Years

  1. As a result, Sudbury was widely, although not entirely accurately, known for many years as a wasteland.

Categories

  1. World > Countries > Canada > Ontario
  2. Ont
  3. Places > World > Countries > Canada
  4. First City
  5. Legislative Assembly

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