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A Wesleyan Methodist church, Lonsdale Ontario

A Wesleyan Methodist church 1868, now closed. LONSDALE, a post village in Hastings County, Ontario, on the Salmon River, with port at Deseronto, 4 miles from Marysville Station, on the G.T.R., 8 miles from Napanee. It contains 1 grist mill, 1 store, 1 hotel and 2 churches (Presbyterian and Methodist) Pop. 61  ..from Lovell’s 1906 Canada Gazetteer. The town of

Theano Point, Lake Superior, Algoma Ontario

Theano Point. Lake Superior. Photo submitted by or Instagram follower: @dvdprnt . #discoveralgoma #algoma #pureontario #algomaoutdoors #algomacountry #discoveron #adventure #northernontario #nature #neverstopexploring #landscape #ontario #Canada #discoverontario

Sunset at the Pinery Provincial Park, Grand Bend Ontario

Beautiful sunset captured along the shores of Lake Huron from one of our Instagram followers @jw785 We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. #pureontario #pinery #lakehuron #lakehuronsunset  

SandBanks Main Beach, SandBanks Provincial Park, Prince Edward Ontario

A beautiful stretch along the Sand Banks Beach before the busy tourist season.

View of Downtown London Ontario from River Forks Park

A  view of  Downtown London Ontario from River Forks Park along the beautiful Thames River, you can see the blue “Twin Tower” buildings in the middle of the photo. >

Madawaska Mountain view from Hyland Creek Road, Ontario

A beautiful/remote stretch of countryside on Hyland Creek road on the way to Madawaska River Provincial Park. View south to see the Madawaska Mountains.

The famous Muskoka Once Discovered Never forgotten sign in Bracebridge Ontairo

In the world of beer, Muskoka is possibly the centre of Canadian summers. Famed for its warm and sun baked days and calm cool nights Muskoka, is one of the most beautiful places in the world, in fact in 2011 the region was selected as the number one summer destination in the world by National

The Algonquin Park Moose, Algonquin Provincial Park Ontario

lgonquin is home to over 40 mammals, over 30 kinds of reptiles and amphibians (none venomous), and more than 130 breeding birds. One cannot expect to see all of them in a single visit but, by following a few guidelines, it is possible to see a good sample. The Highway 60 Corridor is a great

Spring Sunset on Lake Nipissing in North Bay Ontario

Capturing the sunset on Lake Nipissing in April 2016 in North Bay Ontario GPS Coordinates: 46.274201N, 79.445699W Lake Nipissing is the third-largest lake in Ontario. It is relatively shallow for a large lake, with an average depth of only 4.5 m (15 ft). The shallowness of the lake makes for many sandbars along the lake’s irregular shoreline.

SDG Where Ontario Began

Just driving on the back roads of Ontario on the way to Montreal to see where Ontario began (South Dundas)

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