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History of The North Shore, Ontario

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(To be incorporated into a space page) ALGOMA MILLS -- SPRAGGE -- SERPENT RIVER Together, the three villages above make up the Township of The North Shore. The small friendly communities are located along the North Channel of Lake Huron. The municipality was created as an Improvement District by order of the Ontario Municipal Board on March 1, 1973, comprising the geographic Townships of Shedden, Lewis, Spragge, Long and the easterly portion of Striker. The area was enlarged on January 1, 1974 by the annexation of certain islands in the North Channel of Lake Huron and the Improvement District was elevated to Township status effective as of December 1, 1978. A ward system consisting of six wards was established on December 1, 1980. On November 1, 1985 the Township of The North Shore geographically separated from the Township of Shedden. Part of North Shore makes up Shedden Improvement District Located in Northern Ontario in the District of Algoma, the Township with three primary village areas of Serpent River, Spragge, and Algoma Mills. It is situated along the Highway 17 corridor 89 miles east of Sault Ste. Marie traveling from Algoma Mills and 72 miles west of Sudbury traveling from Spanish.

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