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  Fort Erie Racetrack
Fort Erie Racetrack is a thoroughbred racing facility in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada.
Fort Erie Racetrack is known for its beautiful infield, filled with flowers and scenic lakes.
In fact, Fort Erie is sometimes referred to as the most picture-perfect racetrack in the world due to the infield.
www.racebook.com /tips/racebook/horseracing/fort-erie-racetrack.html   (358 words)

  Fort Erie, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fort Erie (2001 population 28,143) is a town on the Niagara River in the Niagara Region, Ontario, Canada.
On August 7, 1927 the Peace Bridge was opened between the Town of Fort Erie and the City of Buffalo, New York.
Fort Erie is a growing community and has had lots of development in the past few years.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fort_Erie,_Ontario   (320 words)

 Fort Erie - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fort Erie was the first British fort to be constructed as part of a network developed after the Seven Years' War (or in North America the French and Indian War) was concluded by the Treaty of Paris (1763) at which time all of New France had been ceded to Great Britain.
The Fort Erie area became significant as the major terminus in Canada for slaves using the Underground Railroad in the middle of the 19th century.
The fort was restored to the 1812-1814 period and officially reopened on July 1, 1939.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fort_Erie   (1030 words)

 ipedia.com: Fort Erie, Ontario Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Fort Erie is a town on the Niagara River in Ontario, Canada.
Fort Erie (2001 population 28,143) is a town on the Niagara River in Ontario, Canada.
On August 7, 1927 the Peace Bridge was opened between the Town of Fort Erie and the City of Buffalo, New York.
www.ipedia.com /fort_erie__ontario.html   (210 words)

 Niagara Falls, Ontario, Niagara Falls, New York, Niagara Region & Niagara Frontier Nearby Communities and Attractions: ...
Fort Erie, ON This 1874 former Town Hall is a historical site which feature a 4,000-year-old archaeology collection, with pottery and flint points dating back to the Genesee culture of 200 B.C.; part of the one million artifacts uncovered at the Peace Bridge site.
Fort Erie, ON Climb into the cab of CN No.6218 and sit where the engineers once commanded the mighty locomotive or wander amongst the other wonderful exhibits.
Fort Erie, ON The quaint cabin was built in the early 1800s., stood amidst the Battle of Ridgeway during the 1866 Fenian Raids.
www.foundlocally.com /Niagara/Travel/Near-FortErie.htm   (882 words)

 Niagara River - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
The Niagara River flows to the north from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario.
Several battles occurred along the Niagara River which was historically defended by Fort George (Canadian side) and Fort Niagara (American side) at the mouth of the river and Fort Erie (Canadian side) at the head of the river.
These forts were important in the French and Indian War and the American Revolutionary War.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Niagara_River   (915 words)

 Fort Erie Raceway
Fort Erie Raceway is a thoroughbred racing facility in Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada.
Fort Erie Raceway is known for its beautiful infield, filled with flowers and scenic lakes.
In fact, Fort Erie is sometimes referred to as the most picture-perfect race track in the world due to the infield.
www.win4real.com /tips/racebook/horse-racing-tracks/fort-erie-raceway.html   (370 words)

 IMUC.ORG - Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada - Military Re-Enactment Society of Canada
FORT ERIE -- One part historical, one part make-believe, the re-enactment of the 19th annual siege weekend at Old Fort Erie brought hundreds to the very spot where battles were waged and lives were lost almost two centuries ago.
On Sunday afternoon, visitors to the fort were treated to a re-enactment of the American "sortie" of Sept. 17, 1814, an armed attack made from a place surrounded by enemy forces wherein more than 500 men died while U.S. forces succeeded in smashing two of the British siege batteries.
The smell of gunpowder and crash of cannon blasts are music to the ears of the people who dress in Brit red or Yankee blue and fight to the 'death' for the entertainment of those checking out the free show.
www.imuc.org /photos/forterie05.htm   (749 words)

 Fort Erie
During the American Revolution (1775-1783), the Fort was used as a supply base for British troops, Loyalist Rangers and Iroquois Warriors.
The new Fort Erie was unfinished when the United States declared war on Great Britain, June 18, 1812.
News reached the American army at Fort Erie that the Eastern Seaboard of the United States was under British attack.
www.goldenhorseshoeghosthaunts.org /fort_erie.htm   (703 words)

 Fort Erie Economic Development & Tourism Corp. - Complete Profile
Fort Erie's Peace Bridge processes $52 billion Canadian worth of trade yearly and is Canada's second busiest border crossing with the US.
This geo-economic reality has propelled significant economic development for Fort Erie especially in the brokerage, manufacturing, commercial development, transportation and tourism industries.
Fort Erie's economic development strategy, therefore, promotes both the economic and natural assets of the Town while at the same time conveying the appeal of small town living with easy access to the big city amenities of Buffalo and Toronto.
strategis.ic.gc.ca /app/ccc/search/navigate.do?language=eng&portal=1&subPortal=&estblmntNo=123456227035&profile=completeProfile   (301 words)

 Appointment to the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge authority - December 8, 2006   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Dennahower of Fort Erie, Ontario, to the board of directors of the Buffalo and Fort Erie Public Bridge Authority.
She is a member of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association and Ontario Superannuated Teachers’ Association.
The bridge, which was opened to traffic in 1927, spans the Niagara River between Fort Erie, Ontario, and Buffalo, New York.
www.tc.gc.ca /mediaroom/releases/nat/2006/06-h172e.htm   (318 words)

 Dan Learn Truck Pictures
The truck has four axles, two rail wheel sets, a boom, and flat deck, and is used in the Southern Ontario area.
Express Inc. This truck was involved in a collision with a low railway bridge outside of Fort Erie.
The damage to the exhaust stack and upper roof are light, in comparison to the extensive damage suffered by the trailer that was hooked to it.
www.hankstruckpictures.com /dan_learn.htm   (907 words)

 Piper & Drummer Online - News
Fort Erie has been the site of the Canadian Pipe Band Championships and has been a Pipers & Pipe Band Society of Ontario (PPBSO) Champion Supreme contest since its inception in 1990.
The town of Fort Erie, which has reduced its budget substantially over the last several years, has funded the event.
Fort Erie, because of its close proximity to Buffalo, New York, and the US border, has traditionally been popular with American pipe bands, especially in Grade 2.
www.piperanddrummer.com /news/default.asp?articleID=3695   (351 words)

 Fort Erie Mortgages
Note: ** Total national contribution of Fort Erie mortgages in the past 5 years is currently 0.12% with a projected target of 0.12%.
In Fort Erie the busiest day, with 24.14% of all submissions, is Wednesday.
The amounts below are the average income of Canadians living in Fort Erie who have applied for a mortgage loan using the pre-approval application on the CanEquity Mortgage web site.
www.canequity.com /ontario/fort_erie-mortgages.htm   (312 words)

 Fort Erie Ontario hotels
Fort Erie race track, Historic Fort Erie Peace Bridge to USA 1 Kilometer.
The Howard Johnson - Fort Erie is located close to Peace Bridge, a 2 story building with exterior corridors with a nice Lake view.
Howard Johnson - Fort Erie is located by the Niagara River, next to Tim Hortons and Wendys Restaurant.
www.cmxyonda.info /hotels/ca-on-fort-erie.html   (186 words)

 Fort Erie Ontario hotels :: Provided by Niagara.com
Fort Erie Ontario hotels :: Provided by Niagara.com
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Fort Erie race track, Historic Fort Erie Peace Bridge to USA 1 Kilometer
www.niagara.com /hotels/hotels/ca-on-fort-erie.html   (110 words)

 Fort Erie Slots - Ontario
The strategically located 1800's British fort, Fort Erie, was built on the shores of Lake Erie and the Niagara River.
Abundant beaches, boat launches, and trails, as well as the fact that it is 15 minutes from Niagara Falls makes Fort Erie a natural tourist destination.
The Fort Erie Raceway, built in 1897, is minutes from the American border.
www.midwestcasinoguide.com /Ontario-Fort_Erie_Slots.php   (313 words)

 Fort Erie, ON News
Paul Baswick Aug 18, 2006 FORT ERIE -- While always spectacular, this year's reenactment of the Siege of Fort Erie was truly one for the history books.
The annual 1812 Siege Weekend recreates the excitement and drama of the U.S. capture of Old Fort Erie in July 1814.
The Niagara unit of the Canadian Cancer Society was presented July 28 with a 2006 Toyota Sienna van from Bill's Toyota in Fort Erie.
www.topix.net /ca/fort-erie-on   (708 words)

 Trish's Photos of Fort Erie
Fort Erie is the gateway into Canada From the US.
A Structure signifying the Native American Culture which is now and has always been a vital part of our community.
The Friendship Trail runs from Ridgeway into Fort Erie along the Lake.
www.angelfire.com /falcon/scubatrish/forterie.html   (90 words)

 Canada Locations List - Fort Nelson River to Fortymile River
Fort Saint John, British Columbia, Populated Place, Long: -120.8333 Lat: 56.25
Fort Severn, Ontario, Populated Place, Long: -87.65 Lat: 55.98333
Fort William, Ontario, Populated Place, Long: -89.23333 Lat: 48.4
www.traveljournals.net /explore/canada/locations/f/10.html   (508 words)

 Fort Erie, Ontario ON - Motels, Hotels, Inns, Lodging
The Howard Johnson Inn - Fort Erie is a 2 story building with exterior corridors, overlooks Niagara River.
Howard Johnson - Fort Erie is located by the Ni...
The Holiday Inn Fort Erie/ Niagara Hotel & Convention Centre signifies the highest levels of excellence in all aspects of operations from quality, to customer satisfaction.
www.roadsideamerica.com /hotels_motels/hotels/ca-on-fort-erie.html   (199 words)

 Old Fort Erie - Niagara Parks, Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada
The place is Fort Erie and war is in the air.
Plans are being made for special events beginning in 2012 - visit the official website http://www.visit1812.com/ for updates on this important milestone shared by Canada and the United States of America - 200 Years of Peace.
Old Fort Erie is located in the town of Fort Erie approximately 30 kilometres (19 miles), or a scenic 20-minute drive, south of Niagara Falls and is close to the Peace Bridge from Buffalo, New York.
www.niagaraparks.com /heritage/forterie.php   (406 words)

 Fort Erie Travel: City of Fort Erie Ontario Tourism Directory & Vacation Guide
The road still follows the Niagara River from Fort Erie all the way to Niagara-on-the-Lake and takes a detour into nearby wine country.
A critical strategic point, Fort Erie abounds with the remnants of conflict and trade.
The original Old Fort Erie played a dramatic role in the War of 1812 and today offers a glimpse to those days through re-enactments.
www.forterie.worldweb.com   (244 words)

 Osprey Media. - Fort Erie Times - Ontario, CA
Tomorrow, June 10, marks the 150th anniversary of the incorporation of the former Village of Fort Erie.
Maintaining an active lifestyle at 83-years-young is challenging enough for most people that age, but add being legally blind to the mix and challenge is even greater.
Fort Erie is one day away from officially hitting the 150-year mark.
www.forterietimes.ca /webapp/sitepages   (270 words)

 Community Access Program: Community Access Program Sites
Industry Canada in partnership with The Fort Erie Jaycees, The Town of Fort Erie, Softcom, The Fort Erie Public Library, and The Greater Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce, offer you - the general public and visitors alike - the opportunity to access the World Wide Web.
Fort Erie ON Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre
Fort Erie ON Greater Fort Erie Chamber of Commerce
www.forterienow.com /dir/capsites/index.html   (174 words)

 Railways in the Niagara Region - Photos - Fort Erie, Ontario
Canadian National once operated a large yard in Fort Erie, but has since closed the yard and abandoned most of the tracks.
The Diesel Shop as well as a few other small monuments and structures are all that remain of Fort Erie's once prouder days.
Description: Plaque that sits on the side of the International Bridge in Fort Erie, commemorating the 100th anniversary of the dedication of the International Bridge.
niagara.railfan.net /photos/niagara-forteriep01.htm   (901 words)

 Fort Erie ON Hotels - Fort Erie Ontario Hotels
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139 Garrison Road - Fort Erie, ON This Howard Johnson Hotel is situated approximately 11 miles from Greater Buffalo International Airport.
Reserve accomodations and hotels in Fort Erie choosing from a wide range of hotelsin Fort Erie from discount to five star.
hotels.desertusa.com /canada/Ontario/Fort-Erie/index.html   (188 words)

He has been a long time resident of Fort Erie, Ontario.
The Ontario Provincal Police, Niagara Regional Police and Buffalo City Police have all sereached, and the case remains open.
Some personal belongings were found on the railroad bridge crossing from Fort Erie to Buffalo.
www.unsolvedmysteries.com /usm969.html   (362 words)

 eBay - fort erie ontario, Historical Memorabilia, Postcards Paper items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-12)
Entrance to the Ravelin-Old Fort Erie Ontario Canada
Parade and North East Barrack-Old Fort Erie Ontario
Vintage 1969 Fort Erie Racetrack Ad,Fort Erie Ontario
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 Fort Erie War of 1812 Home Page
Every August on the 2nd weekend, the War of 1812 is re-lived where the most bloody Siege of Fort Erie took place on August 15, 1814.
The battle sorties are highlighted by a vigorous display of actual musket and cannon fire from both sides culminating with the destructive explosion that originally destroyed about 25% of the Fort.
The special effects to simulate this disastrous battle for the British Forces and the Fort is one that all spectators will never forget.
www.iaw.on.ca /~jsek   (233 words)

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