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As a word, when spelled correctly, Ontario has two "O's", one "N", one "T", one "A", one "R", and one "I".
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Where is Ontario?

In Canada, bordered by the United States, as well as the provinces of Quebec and Manitoba. Eastern Canada

Who runs Ontario?

Just as the Queen of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland Queen Elizabeth 2 is the true leader of Canada. (Represented by the Governor General) The true leader of Ontario is the Lieutenant Governor, the honourable David C. Onely. He is a direct representative of the Governor General, and therefor (MORE)

Who is the governor of Ontario?

Canadian provinces are headed by lieutenant governors, the titlecontrasting with that of the federal Governor General. TheLieutenant Governor of Ontario is Elizabeth Dowdeswell . Note that, under the parliamentary system, the Lieutenant Governoris an apolitical figure, with political leadership (MORE)

Where is Hollister in Ontario?

There are noumerous Hollister brand name clothing stores in ON. 3 to be exact one in Sherway Gardens mall, west Toronto. one in The Eaton Center, Yonge-Dundas Square, Toronto, ON and a brand new one in Upper Canada Mall in Newmarket ON. it's weird. Ontairo has 3 and there is one in Alberta, that's i (MORE)

What is the capital of Ontario?

The capital city of Ontario, Canada is Toronto . Ontario also contains Canada's capital city, Ottawa (on the border with Quebec). Toronto Toronto is the capital city of theCanadian province of Ontario.

What borders Ontario?

Ontario is bordered by Manitoba, Quebec, Minnesota, Michigan, New York, the Great Lakes, Hudson Bay, and James Bay. It has maritime boundaries with Ohio and Pensilvania on Lake Erie.

Who found Ontario?

Ontario was founded on June 11, 1883, by developers William Morfitt, Mary Richardson, Daniel Smith, and James Virtue

Where is London Ontario?

The City of London, Ontario, is roughly halfway between Toronto and Detroit, and roughly halfway between Hamilton and Sarnia. London is located approximately 20 miles north of Lake Erie.

What does Ontario import?

liquor, condoms, birth control, build-a-baby's and your mom. I think you can buy electronic penis' too. If you want a good time, call 1-800-im-lonely

What is the economy of Ontario?

It is a rather rich and diversified economy. But, it hundred millions dollars in debt. It is also the biggest economy in Canada, double Quebec who follows in second.

Is there a seashore in Ontario?

No seashore, but we do have thousands of lakes including the Great Lakes so we do have plenty of freshwater shores. Correct Answer: In fact, Ontario does have a seashore, both on James Bay and Hudson Bay.

Where do Ontario grapes grow in Ontario?

Ontario Grapes Grow in somewhere up north like in sudbury or sue st. Marie -Lout Fri Dec 12 2008 My answer is based on personal experience. The grapes in Ontario grow in the Niagara region. The climate is warmer there than any other place in the province as it is the most southerly and benefits fr (MORE)

Does Ontario have a president?

No, Ontario does not have a president. It is a province in the country of Canada (which has a prime minister). The premier of Ontario is currently Dalton McGuinty (as of June 28/2010).

What is the motto of Ontario?

The Ontario Provincial licence plates have the motto........... Yours To Discover, on them.. The official motto is " loyal she began, loyal she remains ".. Jim B in Toronto.

Is Toronto in Ontario?

Yes, Toronto is the largest city located in Ontario, Canada. IT is also has many historical wars

Is Ontario in Toronto?

No, other way around. Toronto is the capital city of the Canadian province of Ontario. It is also the most populated city in Canada, followed by Montréal and Vancouver.

What are facts about Ontario?

Much of the border between Ontario is formed by the Ottawa River. people in Ontario speak English primarily. Toronto Ontario is one of the largest cities in Canada. it is the most populated province in Canada. Canada's capital is located in Ontario (Ottawa). 1/3rd of Canada's population lives in Ont (MORE)

Facts about Ontario?

the Canadian National Tower is located in Toronto,Ontario at 1,815 feet (553 meters)it is the worlds tallest tower. Niagara folls is located in Ontario,Canada the Toronto zoo is the largest zoo located in Toronto,Ontario Ontario place is a family fun park and an inside water park

Who settled Ontario?

People lived in Ontario as early as twelve thousand years ago. In1611 it was claimed by Henry Hudson for the country of Britain. Itwas settled by British and French people, in addition to theAlgonquin.

Is Ontario a continent?

No, Ontario is not a continent. The continents are North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Antarctica, and Africa. As you can see, Ontario is not one of them. Ontario is province in Canada.

Who is the Commissioner of Ontario?

Ontario does not have a commissioner. Commissioners are the chief executives of territories, appointed as representatives of the federal government. The chief executive officer of Ontario is the Lieutenant Governor, currently David Onley. The Lieutenant Governor is the representative of the Queen (MORE)

How does Ontario get its money?

Revenue comes in from: - Provincial sales tax - Liquor tax - Amusement tax - User fees (i.e. driver licences) - Income tax - Equalization payments form the federal government - Federal tax transfers - Sale of assets ... to name a few. Go to http://www.fin.gov.on.ca/en/ to find ou (MORE)

Where is mountains in Ontario?

Yes, there are mountains in Ontario: Ishpatina Ridge - Located in Sudbury, Ontario Maple Mountain - Located in Temagami's, Lady Evelyn-Smoothwater Provincial Park Mount McKay - Located in Thunder Bay, Ontario

Does Ontario have a constitution?

Since Ontario is one of the 10 provinces of Canada, it falls under the Canadian Constitution. For more on the Canadian Constitution click on Canadian Constitution in the Related Links section below.

Who is in charge in Ontario?

The Federal Government (under control of Stephen Harper) is in charge of all Canadian provinces, but Dalton McGuinty is the Premier of Ontario.

Is Ontario by Yucaipa?

Yucaipa is a city located 10 miles east of San Bernardino, California, in Western United States. Ontario is located on the Eastern of Canada. So, no... Yucaipa is not near Ontario.

What is Ontarios area?

415,600 miles or 1076395 km 2 is the area. The area codes are 226, 289, 416, 519, 613, 647, 705, 807, and 905.

Are there opossums in Ontario?

Yes, in fact we live in Courtice Ontario, which is in between Oshawa, and Bowmanville. Last night our neighbour took a few pictures of a opossum on his back deck eating some food left for birds.

Are there geckos in Ontario?

Yes there is at least one breed of gecko in Ontario it is red and white they have been found on cliff sides in northern Ontario

What are the sports in Ontario?

Professional sports teams in Ontario include: National Baseball Association -Toronto Raptors National Hockey League -Toronto Maple Leafs -Ottawa Senators Major League Baseball -Toronto Blue Jays Canadian Football League -Toronto Argonauts -Hamilton Tiger-Cats American Hockey League -Toronto Mar (MORE)

Why does Ontario not get Tornadoes?

Actually there are tornadoes in Ontario. Some as strong as F4. In2009 an F2 tornado hit the Toronto area. On May 31, 1985 13tornadoes touched down in Ontario, including anf F4 that DevastatedBarrie, north of Toronto, killing 8 people. Tornadoes are notparticularly common in Ontario because its relat (MORE)

Is Uxbridge in Ontario?

Yes, there is an Uxbridge in Ontario, also in Worcester County, Massachusetts, and Middlesex County, England and other locations.

Are wolves in Ontario?

I do believe they live wild in Ontario. Many wolves seem to thrive in Canada, whereas in the USA, there are very few wild wolves left.

What is Ontarios religon?

The nation of Canada, including its province of Ontario, practices religious pluralism and has no official religion. The major religions in Ontario are Protestantism (34%), Catholicism (34%), atheism or non-affiliation (16%), and Islam (3%).

How did moose get to Ontario?

They've been there long before the white settlers ever came to Canada, and likely even before the Native Americans showed up.

Where did Ontario get it name?

Ontario got it's name from Lake Ontario . Did you know Ontario borders 4 out of 5 lakes? Inculding Lake Ontario funny right

What are the HEI in Ontario?

Pretty much everything in Ontario is the same as it is in the United States. They build houses, do charity, pave roads, and all those other things they do here.

What is the PST in Ontario?

There is no PST, per se. Ontario has harmonized its provincial sales tax with the federal GST (Goods and Services Tax). What Ontario now has is the provincial component of the Harmonized Sales Tax and that portion sits at 8% for a combined total of 13% HST (5% federal component + 8% provincial compo (MORE)

Can you get to Ontario in a car?

From the US and most of Central America, yes. However, the southernmost parts of Central America and South America do not have complete road access, as do some towns in Alaska.

What is the song of Ontario?

You got to go on youtube and type in "Ontario Songs". If THAT doesn't work, then I don't know what else to do.

Where is Ontario Canada?

Located in east central Canada with Hudson Bay to the north and Quebec to the east, capital Ottawa

Where is Dinorwic Ontario?

Dinorwic is an unincorporated settlement in northwestern Ontario, Canada. It is situated on Highway 17 (the Trans-Canada Highway) at the junction of Highway 72.

Why does Ontario get tornadoes?

Most parts of North America get tornadoes. In the eastern portions of Canada and the United States, tornadoes generally happen when a low-pressure systems moves through with an associated cold front, where cool air pushes into moist air, forcing it upward. If the warmer air mass is unstable enough, (MORE)