My mother comes from a part of New York that is essentially Canada, just the other side of lake ontario.
Colhoun regards it, and probably correctly, as identical with lake ontario.
"We received your call in the woods north of lake ontario," Joan interrupted.
"It's located on the eastern bank of the river, just where that stream flows into lake ontario," replied her husband.
The lake seemed to have grown in the night, and to have reached the size of lake ontario.
The control of lake ontario was in doubt throughout the year 1813.
And it had fared almost as badly with the Canadian fleet on lake ontario.
Hamilton owes its existence to its harbor and position at the head of lake ontario.
This important post occupied a commanding position near the eastern extremity of lake ontario.
They linger five days, and then retire to their canoes, carrying Champlain on a litter all the way to lake ontario.
from Mohawk (Iroquoian) ontari:io "beautiful lake" or "great lake," from /-qtar-/ "lake, river." Related: Ontarian.
Note: Smallest and lowest in elevation of the Great Lakes.
Province in central Canada, bordered by Hudson Bay and James Bay to the north; Quebec to the east; the St. Lawrence River, Lake Ontario, Lake Erie, Lake Huron, Lake Superior, and Minnesota to the south; and Manitoba to the west. Its capital and largest city is Toronto.
Note: The Canadian side of Niagara Falls is in southern Ontario.
Note: Ottawa, Canada's capital, is in southeastern Ontario.
Note: Ontario is the most heavily industrialized, populous, and prosperous province in Canada.