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From: "Jean Payton" <>
Subject: Re: [Ont] Lake Superior. Forgive Me!!
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2001 08:09:14 -0500
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Well I need to correct you on that one point about Minnesota not being
connected by land with Ontario. If you look at your map once again you will
see that between Ft. Francis and International Falls there is a place that
there is not a river running between Minnesota and Ontario. Where Canada
Highway 71 ends just before International Falls there is no river there.
Jean


----- Original Message -----
From: "J&W Hobbs" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2001 4:08 PM
Subject: Re: [Ont] Lake Superior. Forgive Me!!


> And where would it be that Ontario touches Minnesota by land? When I look
at a
> map, I see a river running all of the way from Lake of the Woods, at the
corner
> of Manitoba, right down to Lake Superior. This river is the international
> boundary.
>
> Jim
> ============
>
> Gary Boivin wrote:
>
> > Actually... The Great Lakes that border Ontario and are included as part
of
> > Ontario's waterways also border many states and are included within
their
> > waterways.... New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin,
Minnesota are
> > all considered border States with Ontario even though New York,
Pennsylvania,
> > Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin are separated from Ontario by water.
>
> > The only State touching Ontario by land is Minnesota.
> >
>
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> Jim Hobbs
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