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  Fort Frances, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fort Frances, Ontario is a town, located in the northwestern part of Ontario, Canada.
Fort Frances is a popular fishing destination and hosts the Canadian Bass Fishing Championship each summer.
The town was struck by the Fort Frances, Ontario Tornado on June 25, 1946, causing major damage to the town.
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 Evangelical Fellowship Church (Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Two brothers, Ike and George Friesen, and their families as well as some young people from the Christian Fellowship Chapel of Stratton, Ontario moved to Fort Frances as they became involved in the logging business.
Henry and Tina Kornelsen of Ridgewood, MB felt the call to be church planters and came to Fort Frances on 1 July 1987 to be the group's first pastor.
Although Fort Frances EMC was initially considered a mission church, within several years the congregation was debt free and self-supporting.
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 Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce -- Fort Frances Tourism Information
Fort Frances bears the distinction of being the oldest settled community west of Lake Superior.
Fort Frances has the advantages of a large city, with the convenience of a small town.
Fort Frances at the Turn of the Century Mural - the "Fort Frances at the Turn of the Century" Mural was created by artist John Hood and is located on the west wall of the Masonic Building, located at the corner of Scott Street and Portage Avenue.
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 TransCanadaHighway.com Fort Frances, Ontario   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
The "Fort" was begun as a trading post in 1688, and was first named Fort St. Pierre.
In 1831, the name was changed in honor of Lady Frances Simpson (1812-1853), the first wife of Sir Giorge Simpson, and the cousin of Sir George, the governor in chief of the Hudson's Bay Company from 1820-1860.
Fort Frances is connected by bridge to International Falls, Minnesota, making it the "Gateway to North Western Ontario", and a busy tourist crossing.
www.transcanadahighway.com /Ontario/FortFrances.htm   (330 words)

 Frequently Asked Questions about Fort Frances, Ontario
Fort Frances is located across the international bridge from its sister city, International Falls, Minnesota making it the gateway to Northwestern Ontario.
It is also illegal to bring live leeches into Ontario for use as bait, unless you are the holder of a commercial bait license.
The main fish species in Northwest Ontario are: walleye, northern pike, muskie, smallmouth and largemouth bass, lake trout, brook trout, crappie, whitefish, perch and sturgeon.
www.ontariotowns.net /FortFrances/FAQs.cfm   (2205 words)

 Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada
Fort Frances is the largest town in the Rainy River District with a population of 8000.
Fort Frances is located on the shores of Rainy River, and along the Canada-US border.
Fort Frances is the oldest community west of Lake Superior.
www.ontariotowns.net /FortFrances   (1197 words)

 Resorts and Lodges in Ontario, Canada
Fort Frances also has a fully-developed waterfront along beautiful Rainy River and the community is home to the well-known Fort Frances International Bass Classic fishing tournament.
Fort Frances is the oldest settled community west of Lake Superior.
Fort Frances has so much to offer visitors - great shopping, fine dining, various hotels and lots of outdoor sports such as fishing, hunting in the summer and ice fishing, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter.
www.ontarioresortsandlodges.ca /regional.cfm/code/24/tbid/7   (955 words)

 Northern Ontario - Fort Frances, Ontario - Sunset Country
Fort Frances, located in Northwestern Ontario, is the hub of the Rainy River District.
Fort Frances also hosts one of the highest paying bass tournament on the last weekend in July.
For those who are more into history, spend the day at Old Fort St. Pierre which is open during the summer months.
www.northernontario.org /Towns/FortFrances.htm   (250 words)

 JS Online:
A rumble begins in Fort Frances across the frigid Rainy River, a slow, heavy clack-clack approaching the short railway bridge that links the United States and Canada.
Fort Frances, Ontario, used to have a small detachment of Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
Though the border area here is sparsely populated (Fort Frances is a little larger than International Falls, with almost 8,000 people), law enforcement officials on both sides faced their share of challenges before Sept. 11 - smuggling chief among them.
www.jsonline.com /news/nat/mar02/26404.asp   (2570 words)

 Accommodations Fort Frances Ontario - Fort Frances Hotels
Fort Frances is located in northwestern Ontario about 89 km (55 mi.) west of Thunder Bay, having become the largest town in the Rainy River District.
The Town of Fort Frances was incorporated April 11, 1903.
The Fort Frances Museum and Cultural Centre offers insight into early pioneer life, aboriginal life, and displays of local arts and crafts.
www.travelinontario.com /FortFrances.cfm   (230 words)

 Fort Frances, ON News
Staff Fort Frances is being provided with an additional $1,389 in funding to help improve the quality of drinking water for residents, the province announced today.
Staff Fort Frances is the first stop on Canadian country music star George Fox's Christmas tour this year-and tickets are still available for the Friday night performance at the Townshend Theatre.
Heather Ogilvie FORT FRANCES-Condemned meat which had been moved from Sunrise Meat and Sausage in Barwick to Rainy River First Nations earlier this month was "disposed" of on the weekend, Chief Jim Leonard...
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 Weekend in Winnipeg
The bridge that connects International Falls, Minnesota, and Fort Frances, Ontario, is one of the major border crossings between the U.S.A. and Canada-if only because virtually everyone in International Falls works at the paper mill in Fort Frances.
The south route of said highway runs through Fort Frances, called Highways 11 and 71 (both of which are numbered to correspond with roads on the other side of the border, in Minnesota).
As almost everywhere in Ontario, every twenty kilometers (15 miles) there is a tiny forest green sign showing you are getting closer and closer to the next big town-in this case the city of Kenora.
www.fortunecity.com /oasis/vegas/194/winnipeg.html   (8209 words)

 Medical and Nursing jobs in Fort Frances, Ontario - MedHunters
As the government and services center for Ontario's far northwestern area of Rainy River, Fort Frances is a bustling town offering a thriving economy, arts community, and culture.
With a population of about 8,315 people, Fort Frances is almost a city by northern...
Known for its annual Canadian Bass Championship, Fort Frances is located in the rugged wilderness along the shores of Rainy River.
www.medhunters.com /jobs/fort-frances-ontario-canada.html   (220 words)

 Fort Frances, Canada
Fort Frances, on the shores of Rainy Lake, is small town south of Kenora.
A Bass Fishing Tournament held annually at the end of July brings in fisherman from across the continent.
Other attractions include an historical fort with lookout tower, and a historical museum housed in what was once a public school house, built in 1898.
www.planetware.com /canada/fort-frances-cdn-on-onff.htm   (107 words)

 Fort Frances Chamber of Commerce -- General Information for Visitors to Canada
When crossing the International Border at International Falls, MN, USA / Fort Frances, ON, Canada, there is a toll booth as you come into Canada.
You may chose to purchase a swipe card which is good for 12 round trips, although they do have an expiry date.
Swipe cards can be purchased at Canada Safeway (417 Scott Street) in Fort Frances at a cost of $12.00 Canadian.
www.fortfranceschamber.com /bordercrossing.html   (150 words)

 eBay - fort frances, Postcards Paper, Bottles Insulators items on eBay.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Mary Frances FORT KNOX gold jewel handbag purse, NWT!
RPPC Fort Frances Canada Postcard Pulp Wood Pile 6592f
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 Fort Frances Borderland Thunder - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Borderland Thunder are a defunct Tier II Junior "A" ice hockey team from Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada.
They were a part of the Superior International Junior Hockey League.
This Ontario ice hockey team-related article is a stub.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fort_Frances_Borderland_Thunder   (139 words)

 Welcome to the Official Web Page of the Town of Fort Frances --www.fort-frances.com
Non agenda Committee items which, because of urgency, cannot be deferred to a subsequent meeting, identified to be considered later in this meeting, both in-camera and in open meeting.
The Town of Fort Frances is seeking a group or individual to - deliver the new 2007-2008 Refuse Collection Schedules.
The meeting of Council of the Town of Fort Frances was held in the Council Chambers, Civic Centre on Monday, October 23, 2006 from 6:35 p.m.
www.fort-frances.com   (243 words)

 St. Marys Roman Catholic church Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada
Marys Roman Catholic church Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada
PARISH HALL DURING 11: A.M. o join St. Mary's Parish, please complete Parish Registration form at the entrance to the church.
As a parishioner, you have the right to ask for and expect help in times ofneed.
www.stmarysfortfrances.com   (108 words)

 Fort Frances Hotels - Discount Hotels in Fort Frances Ontario Canada
For business and leisure travelers looking for Fort Frances hotels at a great price, Via Destinations offers excellent discounts; from charming but cheap budget hotels to luxury accommodations to great downtown hotels, airport hotels and suburban alternatives.
Via provides excellent hotel information including photos, amenities and hotel ratings to help you find the right hotel at the right price.
To search all hotels in Fort Frances, select your dates and click "Search", or find the hotel of your choice in our Fort Frances hotel listing below.
www.viadestinations.com /canada-on/fort-frances-hotels.htm   (219 words)

 Fort Frances Ontario
The Corporation of the Town of Fort Frances in Fort Frances, Ontario, Canada
Ontario fishing lodge, Rainy Lake fishing, Fort Frances, Ontario hunting,
Ontario fishing and hunting lodge on Rainy Lake in Fort Frances.
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 Fort Frances, Ontario web design & development firms on The Firm List Canada
The Firm List Canada > Ontario > Fort Frances
This list of web design firms located in Fort Frances, Ontario is not a complete list, rather it is just the firms that have either been submitted or found by the editor.
If a firm no longer exists, is listed in the wrong location, or if it is not a new media firm, please feel free to email me.
canada.firmlist.com /ontario/fortfrances.phtml   (288 words)

 Fort Frances, Northwest Ontario, Canada
Fort Frances, Ontario, the largest town in the Rainy River District with a population of 8315, is a modern, full service community.
If you want additional information on Northwestern Ontario, the Sunset Country Travel Association produces a Free Travel Guide that includes a poster-sized map of the area showing the locations of Ontario accommodations.
New one, two, and three bedroom cottages overlooking NW Bay, on the north arm of Rainy Lake.
www.ontariossunsetcountry.ca /regional.cfm?tbid=7&code=24   (969 words)

 Fort Frances Times Online -- Daily News from Fort Frances and Beyond -- www.fortfrances.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-03)
Fort Frances as seen from the Northern Lights Credit Union.
FORT FRANCES—After receiving news from Rainy River District Social Services Administration Board rep Coun.
Tannis Drysdale that renovations at DSSAB’s new office are going over-budget, council is petitioning DSSAB to halt the work until it can get a better handle on costs.
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 Transit History of Ontario Communities (E-K)
Holder of an Ontario Highways Department certificate to operate a scheduled bus service between Espanola and Espanola station (CRandMW June 1928, pp.
It is occasionally reported that the battery electric street railway in International Falls, Minnesota, operated across the railway bridge into Fort Frances, Ontario.
Came under the ownership of the Ontario provincial government (through the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway) 20 June 1911.
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 Fort Frances Hotels: Read Fort Frances Hotel Reviews and Compare Prices - TripAdvisor
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TripAdvisor™ provides unbiased reviews, articles, recommendations and opinions on hotels in Fort Frances, including Fort Frances resorts, inns and B&Bs.
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 Activities & Attractions in North Ontario, Canada
Some of the summer highlights include the Trout Forest Music Festival in Ear Falls, the Norseman Festival in Red Lake, Harbourfest in Kenora and Moosefest in Dryden.
Canada Day is the cause for celebration in every town and city in Northwestern Ontario.
You can also call the municipal office or tourism information centre in the community you plan to visit.
www.ontariossunsetcountry.ca /category.cfm/code/205/tbid/1   (443 words)

 Lodges, Camps and Outposts in Fort Frances, Ontario
Lodges, Camps and Outposts in Fort Frances, Ontario
Click here for more information on Fort Frances such as hotels, restuarants, campgrounds, hunting trips, special events and things to do.
Click on the outfitters in the Fort Frances and Rainy Lake area below for more information such as pricing and photos.
www.ontarioresortsandlodges.ca /FortFrances.cfm   (263 words)

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