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  2. Point Anne, Ontario - Wikipedia

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    Point Anne is a ghost town on the Bay of Quinte approximately four miles east of downtown Belleville, Ontario. It is now part of Belleville. It was the birthplace of hockey greats Bobby Hull and Dennis Hull. Point Anne was established in 1837, and it was home to various cement companies starting with Portland cement in 1905.

  3. Point Anne is an area in Ontario. Point Anne is situated nearby to the area Thurlow and the village Rossmore. Map Directions Satellite Photo Map Type: Area Location: Ontario, Canada, North America Notable Places in the Area Kingdom Hall Place of worship A Kingdom Hall is a place of worship used by Jehovah's Witnesses.

  4. Point Anne Ghost Town - Ontario Abandoned Places

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    Take Highway 2 east until you reach Point Anne Road. Once on Point Anne Road (south) travel to the shores of the bay. The first townsite is about 3 km west while the second townsite is at the eastern end of the road across from the Lafarge plant. [b][u]Dennis Hull[/u][/b] Dennis Hull (born in Pointe Anne in 1944). Dennis was famous for being a member of Team Canada 1972 in the Summit Series.

  5. Where is Point Anne , Ontario Canada - roadonmap.com

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    Directions Canada. Where is Point Anne , Ontario Canada. The place of Point Anne is located in Ontario (Canada) There are 504 places (city, towns, hamlets …) within a radius of 100 kilometers / 62 miles from the center of Point Anne (ON), the nearest place in the area is Thurlow, Ontario. Below is the table with the 20 places near Point Anne (ON). In the table are indicated: name of the place, admin, distance [ 1] in kilometers, distance [ 1] in miles and the link to the travel sheet with ...

  6. Memories of Point Anne, Ontario - Facebook

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    Give more to this group than you take. Self-promotion, spam and irrelevant links aren't allowed. 4. Respect everyone's privacy. Being part of this group requires mutual trust. Authentic, expressive discussions make groups great, but may also be sensitive and private. What's shared in the group should stay in the group.

  7. Massacre of Acadians 'forgotten' aspect of Fredericton's ...

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    Pointe-Sainte-Anne was situated in today's downtown Fredericton. (Hadeel Ibrahim/CBC) The residents lived an agrarian lifestyle. Other than farms, it is known that a church existed in the...

  8. Photograph of staff of Canada Cement Company Plant No. 5 ...

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    Photograph of staff at Plant Number 5 of the Canada Cement Company Limited, Point Anne, Ontario. Names provided by Jackie Gilbert (formerly Hull): Back row: Peter Stalkovistch; Bud Doxtator; ?; Mr. Roluf; Franklin Bennett; Phil Loft; Mr. Basisty?; Walter MacDonald; Joe ?; Earl Wilson?; Mr. Moslo Sr; Leonard MacDonald; Reg File; Mike Basisty?;

  9. Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia provide more than $1.3 million to Université Sainte-Anne Church Point, NS, August 11, 2022 - The Government of Canada is helping official-language minority communities access quality education in their own language, from early childhood to the post-secondary level.

  10. List of Marriage Licences Issued in Upper Canada (RG 5 B9 ...

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    Register of licences issued through the Prerogative Court. (RG 4 B28, volume 46, 1835-1837) These lists were prepared by Stephen Walcott, civil secretary for Lord Gosford, the Lieutenant-Governor of Lower Canada. The information recorded was: Date, names, marital status, place of residence, occupation, names of sureties.

  11. Programs - Université Sainte-Anne

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    I chose to study science of health at the Université Sainte-Anne because : I want challenging work and a good salary; Employment prospects are excellent, especially for a professional bilingual; Nova Scotian students have places reserved in medicine and pharmacy in Quebec; I benefit from scholarships and other forms of support for my training.