Where is Ontario?
In Canada, bordered by the United States, as well as the provinces of Quebec and Manitoba.
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You can take the greyhound bus, via rail, or drive down the 401.
its located in canada
Take the greyhounbd bus, via rail, if near an airport you can take an airport shuttle bus to london, or drive.
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 from the lake effect of Lake Ontario. The area has many award wining wineries.
Ontario is located in southeast Canada, south of the Hudson Bay, east of Manitoba, west of Quebec, and north of the Great Lakes.
the capital of Ontario is Toronto and I don't know the other part!:0 ----- It was named for the lake which was a Iroquois word for lake, I think.
Ontario, NY is located in Wayne county on the southern shore ofLake Ontario.
415,600 miles or 1076395 km 2 is the area. The area codes are 226, 289, 416, 519, 613, 647, 705, 807, and 905.
Know someone who got some before they were banned. Or you could smuggle them into Ontario.
The Province of Ontario was named after Lake Ontario.
The Ontario Public School System is a system of schools located in the Canadian province of Ontario
you take a long way down the 401 to get to trenton ontario
As a word, when spelled correctly, Ontario has two "O's", one "N", one "T", one "A", one "R", and one "I".
Located in east central Canada with Hudson Bay to the north and Quebec to the east, capital Ottawa
Ontario is one of the ten provinces of Canada, located ineast-central Canada.
The Canadian Province of Ontario is north of the US, west of Quebec and east of Manitoba. Ontario is bordered by the province of Manitoba to the West. Hudsun Bay and James Bay… to the North, and Quebec to the East, and to the South by the U.S. States of Minnesota, Michigan, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania.