The Sudbury River is located in Middlesex County in Massachusetts. Middlesex County is a county located in the commonwealth of Massachusetts. ...
Originating in the Cedar Swamp in Westborough, Massachusetts near the boundary with Hopkinton; it meanders for 32 miles to the confluence with the Assabet River in Concord, Massachusetts to form the Concord River. It has a 162 square mile (420 square kilometer) drainage area. Nathan Fisher House, Westborough Westborough is a town located in Worcester County, Massachusetts. ... The Assabet River near Route 2, Concord, Massachusetts. ... Settled: 1635 â Incorporated: 1635 Zip Code(s): 01742 â Area Code(s): 351 / 978 Official website: http://www. ... For the river in Maine, see Concord River (Maine) The Concord River is a tributary of the Merrimack River in eastern Massachusetts in the United States, approximately 15 mi (24 km) long. ...
McAdow, Ron (2000). The Concord, Sudbury and Assabet Rivers, A Guide to Canoeing, Wildlife and History, Second Edition. Bliss Publishing Co., Inc. ISBN 0-9625144-4-6.
Greater Sudbury was created in 2001 by amalgamating the cities and towns of the Regional Municipality of Sudbury, along with several previously unincorporated geographic townships.
Sudbury has lent its mining heritage to two major tourist attractions: Science North, which is an interactive science museum built atop an ancient earthquake fault on the shore of Lake Ramsey, and Dynamic Earth, an earth sciences exhibition which is also home to the Big Nickel, one of Sudbury's most famous landmarks.
Sudbury is also home to the Sudbury Theatre Centre, the Cinéfest film festival, the Sudbury Symphony Orchestra, the Art Gallery of Sudbury, the annual Northern Lights Festival Boréal folk festival, and numerous community museums.
The largest city and capital of the province is Toronto, the main component of the Golden Horseshoe conurbation surrounding the western portion of Lake Ontario.
Lawrence River Valley, along the north shores of Lake Ontario and in south central Ontario.
This measure substantially increased the population of Canada west of the Ottawa River during this period, a fact recognized by the Constitutional Act of 1791, which split Quebec into The Canadas: Upper Canada west of the Ottawa River, and Lower Canada east of it.
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