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Carp, Ontario

Carp is a compact rural community in West Carleton-March Ward in the City of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, located in the northwestern portion of the municipality on the Carp River. It is about 33 km from downtown Ottawa. Prior to amalgamation in 2001 ...

Clarkson, Mississauga

Clarkson, also called Clarkson Village, is a neighbourhood in the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, situated in the southwest corner of the city, along the shore of Lake Ontario. It is bordered by Lake Ontario to the south, Oakville to the we ...

Streetsville, Mississauga

Streetsville is a neighbourhood located in the northwestern corner of the city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, on the Credit River. Although Streetsville occupies the west and east banks of the river, the majority is located on the west bank of ...

Winona, Ontario

Winona is a small community in Southern Ontario that is officially part of the City of Hamilton, Ontario It is roughly halfway between Buffalo and Toronto along the QEW.

Demorestville, Ontario

Demorestville is a small village in the township of Sophiasburgh in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. It was named after Guilliame Demorest. Once much larger, it currently has a population of approximately one hundred. A formerly much larger ...

Scott

876 Scott, minor planet orbiting the Sun Scott Conservation Park, a protected area in South Australia Scott crater, a lunar impact crater near the south pole of the Moon

Chaudiere River

The Chaudiere River is a 185-kilometre-long river with its source near the Town of Lac-Megantic, in southeast Quebec, Canada. From its source Lake Megantic in the Estrie region, it runs northwards to flow into the St. Lawrence River opposite Queb ...

Saskatchewan Highway 41

Highway 41 is a highway in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It runs from Highway 5 in Saskatoon to Highway 3/Highway 6 in Melfort. Highway 41 is about 163 kilometres long. Highway 41 also intersects Highway 2. Also along the route, it passe ...

Saskatchewan Highway 33

Highway 33 is a highway in the southern portion of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan connecting Regina to Stoughton; the highway is divided near Regina. Highway 33 is about 139 km long.

Lafleche, Saskatchewan

Lafleche is a small town in southwest Saskatchewan, Canada in the rural municipality of Wood River. The community is located at the intersection of Highway 13 and Highway 58. It is 20 km south of Gravelbourg and 45 km west of Assiniboia. The Sask ...

Hepburn, Saskatchewan

Hepburn was settled in the early 20th century as a railroad station. Connection made the community grow overnight and many people moved to the area. Before the 1930s the population of Hepburn had reached over 800 people. In the 1930s, the area wa ...

Naicam

Naicam is a small town in rural Saskatchewan. It is located 224 km north of the provinces capital city, Regina. In 2006 the population was 690. The name of the town is a combination of Nai smith and Cam eron, the railway construction contractors.

Broadview, Saskatchewan

Broadview is a community in Saskatchewan along the #1 highway, the Trans Canada Highway, 155 kilometres east of Regina. The local economy is based mainly on agriculture. It is also the administrative headquarters of the Rural Municipality of Elca ...

The Battlefords

The Battlefords is the collective name given to the adjacent communities of the City of North Battleford and the Town of Battleford in west-central Saskatchewan, Canada. As of the 2011 census, the two communities have a combined population of 17. ...

Rockglen

Rockglen is a community in the Burning Hills of the Wood Mountain Uplands, in Saskatchewan, Canada, providing a school, community hall, public library and five parks, as well a local service industry. The municipal office of Rural Municipality #1 ...

Exhibition, Saskatoon

The Exhibition subdivision of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, is located on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River and was developed between the two major World Wars. To the west is the Diefenbaker Management Area which boasts the Diefenbaker ...

Riversdale, Saskatoon

Riversdale is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, located near the downtown area. It includes the business district of 20th Street. It consists mostly of low-density, single detached dwellings. As of 2011, the are ...

Sutherland Industrial, Saskatoon

Sutherland Industrial is an industrial subdivision located in east-central Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. It was originally part of Sutherland, a town outside of Saskatoon before being annexed by the city in 1956. The subdivision also contains ...

Saskatoon metropolitan area

The Saskatoon region is the greater metropolitan area of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. As of 2019 the city estimates the regions population to be 325.806 people. The area is served by the Saskatoon John G. Diefenbaker International Airport, the 22nd b ...

Keno City

Keno City is a small community in Yukon, Canada at the end of the Silver Trail highway. Population was 15 in 2006. Keno City was the site of a former silver-lead mining area proximal to Keno Hill. Keno City is 13 kilometres away from Elsa, Yukon, ...

Carcross

Carcross, originally known as Caribou Crossing, is an unincorporated community in Yukon, Canada, on Bennett Lake and Nares Lake. It is home to the Carcross/Tagish First Nation. At the 2016 census it had a population of 301. It is 74 km 46 mi sout ...

Lewes (disambiguation)

Lewes UK Parliament constituency, a Parliamentary constituency in East Sussex Lewes, Prince Edward Island, see Lot 60, Prince Edward Island Lewes, Delaware, a city in Sussex County, Delaware, US Lewes district, a local government district in East ...

Downtown (disambiguation)

Downtown Nevada gaming area, a neighborhood of Las Vegas Downtown Washington, D.C., a neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Downtown, Rotherhithe, an area in London

Flat, Alaska

Flat is a census-designated place in Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area, Alaska, United States. As of the 2010 Census, the population of the CDP was 0, down from 4 residents in 2000. Its post office closed in January 2004.

Cantwell, Alaska

Cantwell is a census-designated place in Denali Borough, Alaska, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population of the CDP was 219. Cantwell is the western terminus of the Denali Highway. Once an Alaska Railroad flag stop at the junction wi ...

Kenneth Taylor

Kenneth, Kenny or Ken Taylor may refer to: Kenneth Allen Taylor 1954–2019, American professor of philosophy at Stanford University; co-host of radio program Philosophy Talk Ken Taylor cricketer, born 1916 1916–2002, English cricketer Ken Taylor p ...

Prospect Creek, Alaska

Prospect Creek is a very small settlement approximately 180 miles north of present-day Fairbanks and 25 miles southeast of present-day Bettles, Alaska. Years ago it was home to numerous mining expeditions and the camp for the building of the Tran ...

Lac la Nonne

Lac la Nonne is a lake in central Alberta, Canada. It is located between Lac Ste. Anne County and the County of Barrhead No. 11, 85 km north-west from Edmonton, east of the Grizzly Trail. The lake is located within the Athabasca River basin and i ...

Tiger lily

Tigerlily DJ born 1992, Australian DJ Heavenly Hiraani Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof, daughter of the Australian singer-songwriter Michael Hutchence Pseudonym of Lillie Devereux Blake

Big Lake, Washington

Big Lake is a census-designated place in Skagit County, Washington, United States. The population was 1.835 at the 2010 census. It is included in the Mount Vernon–Anacortes, Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area. Big Lake is an exurban communi ...

Lake Tohopekaliga

Lake Tohopekaliga Tohopeka to-ho:pk-i/ fence, fort"); Tohopekaliga, also referred to as Lake Toho, West Lake, or simply Toho, native name meaning "we will gather together here", is the largest lake located in Osceola County, Florida, United State ...

Stony Lake (Ontario)

Stoney Lake is a lake in Peterborough County in Central Ontario, Canada. There are three interconnected lakes which together are known as Stony or Stoney Lake. Stoney Lake forms the eastern end of the Kawartha lakes region. It is primarily a summ ...

Brazeau, Wisconsin

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 71.6 square miles 185.3 km², of which, 68.5 square miles 177.5 km² of it is land and 3.0 square miles 7.8 km² of it 4.22% is water.

Acol

Acol is the bridge bidding system that, according to The Official Encyclopedia of Bridge, is "standard in British tournament play and widely used in other parts of the world". It is a natural system using four-card majors and, most commonly, a we ...

Winnifred, Alberta

Winnifred is an unincorporated community in Alberta, Canada, within the County of Forty Mile No. 8. It is located approximately 50 km southwest of the City of Medicine Hat and 14 km east of the Town of Bow Island. The County of Forty Mile No. 8 c ...

Ives Estates, Florida

Ives Estates is located at 25°57′47″N 80°10′55″W. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 2.8 square miles 7.3 km 2, of which, 2.7 square miles 7.0 km 2 of it is land and 0.2 square miles 0.52 km 2 of it 5.36% is ...

Dexter, Wisconsin

Dexter is a town in Wood County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 379 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated communities of Dexterville and Veedum are located in the town.

Leisure City, Florida

Leisure City is a census-designated place in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States, that includes the smaller, older community of Modello in its northwestern section. The population was 22.152 at the 2000 census. Leisure City is most notable ...

Naranja, Florida

Naranja is a census-designated place in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. Many orange groves were once located in this area, so the community name came from the Spanish word for orange, "naranja", but the actual pronunciation is among th ...

Montara, California

Montara is a census-designated place in San Mateo County, California, United States. The population was 2.909 at the 2010 census. Nearby communities include Moss Beach and Princeton-by-the-Sea.

Hinton Trail, Alberta

The locality of Hinton Trail, about 40 km south-west of Grande Prairie, developed at the north end of the Hinton Trail which ran from Jasper to Hinton, and then on to "the grande prairie". From Hinton, the trail followed Nose Creek north up to th ...

Hayfield, Alberta

The locality of Hayfield was also known as Leighmore, approximately 52 km west of Grande Prairie, formed around the Leighmore Post Office established July 1, 1922 in the home of George James Beadle on the SW quarter of section 10, township 71, ra ...

Bermagui, New South Wales

Bermagui is a town on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia in the Bega Valley Shire. The name is derived from the Dyirringanj word, permageua, possibly meaning canoe with paddles.

Alexis Park

Alexis Park is a hotel located east of the Las Vegas Strip in Paradise, Nevada. It was opened on July 2, 1984, as a non-gaming alternative to the hotel-casino resorts that are common in the city. The 19-acre property was developed as a low-rise l ...

Planters House Hotel

There were three incarnations of the Planters House hotel in St Louis, Missouri. The first opened in 1817 on Second Street and was replaced with a larger hotel in 1841. The first hotel was located on Second Street and was opened by Evarist Maury. ...

Maitland, Hants County, Nova Scotia

Maitland, East Hants, Nova Scotia is a village in the East Hants, Nova Scotia municipal district, and home to the historic Lawrence House Museum, part of the Nova Scotia Museum. The community was part of the Douglas Township until it was named Ma ...

Scotch Block, Ontario

Scotch Block is an unincorporated community in Halton Hills, Ontario, Canada. Settlers arrived in the early 1800s, and Scotch Block encompassed approximately 35 square kilometres 10 sq mi of agricultural land in southwestern Esquesing Township. S ...

Inverness, Nova Scotia

Inverness is a Canadian rural community in Inverness County, Nova Scotia. It is about an hours drive north from the Canso Causeway and about an hour south from Cape Breton Highlands National Park. In 2016 its population was 1.248, up 2.2% from 20 ...

Ross River, Yukon

Ross River is an unincorporated community in Yukon, Canada. It lies at the junction of the Ross River and the Pelly River, along the Canol Road, not far from the Campbell Highway. Primary access to the Campbell Highway is via a nine-mile access r ...

Lauren Lenentine

Lauren Lenentine is a Canadian curler originally from Cornwall, Prince Edward Island. She currently plays lead for the Mackenzie Zacharias rink from Manitoba.