3 edition of Aggregate resources inventory of Egremont Township, Grey County, southern Ontario found in the catalog.
Aggregate resources inventory of Egremont Township, Grey County, southern Ontario
by Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Obtainable through the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Map Unit, Public Service Centre in Toronto, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||by staff of the Engineering and Terrain Geology Section, Ontario Geological Survey.|
|Series||Ontario Geological Survey aggregate resources inventory paper,, 85|
|Contributions||Ontario Geological Survey. Engineering and Terrain Geology Section.|
|LC Classifications||TN939 .O56 1980 vol. 85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 39 p. :|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||90118659|
Township of Egremont To view a larger version of this map click here (NOTE: these images vary in size from K to M). Grey County (includes Owen Sound) Archives and Museums Southgate includes Dundalk and the former Egremont and Proton Townships West Grey includes the former Bentinck, Glenelg and Normanby Townships and Durham and Neustadt. Regional and Neighbouring Organizations Bruce & Grey Branch Ontario Genealogical Society Bruce County Historical Society.
This web page provides access to Grey County maps, information on the latest updates, and a feedback form for problems or suggested improvements with our webpage. Click on the button below to get started with our public interactive map. DERBY TOWNSHIP. As elsewhere stated, the Government had, in , when the survey of St. Vincent and Collingwood was taken in hand, acquired by treaty, with the Ojibway Indians, the Eastern portion of the present county of Grey. When the ARA was put into effect, the aggregate industry represented by the Ontario Sand & Gravel Association (formerly the Aggregate Producers Association of Ontario), agreed that ½ of a cent of the total cent/tonne levy paid by the aggregate producers would be allocated to a legacy site rehabilitation program.
The aggregate industry within Grey County has been, for many years, very strong, primarily due to the abundance of significant aggregate resources. The County, in the development of its Official Plan, identified aggregate as an area that required further study. An Introduction to Aggregates 6 Uses On average, Ontarians use about 14 tonnes of aggregate per person per year. Aggregates are used in the construction of highways, water mains, dams and airports, as well as residential, industrial andFile Size: 2MB. The County of Grey developed a Mission Statement, which early in the development of this Official Plan provided a foundation upon which to build. The Mission Statement reads as follows: Grey County is a family of distinctive communities which values its heritage, natural beauty, clean healthy environment, and rural lifestyle.
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Niagara and the Highland Quarry in Grey County. MAQ Aggregates Inc. (MAQ).Natural Resources, Ontario Geological Survey. It is recommended that reference to this report be made in the following form: Ontario Geological Survey Aggregate Resources Inventory of Smith Township, Peterborough County; Ontario Geological Survey, Aggregate Resources Inventory Pa33p., 6 tables, 3 maps, scale A very beautiful region of average fertility.
Settlement began in with Ebook and Scottish immigrants. Before the organization of Grey County, Osprey was a part of Simcoe. Feversham was laid out by Edward Horton in Jesse E.
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