Ontario

WA Delegate: None.

Founder: The Ontarian Guardian of Knih

Last WA Update:

Most Armed: 1,029th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 1,177th Largest Gambling Industry: 1,363rd+5
Largest Populations: 1,396th Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,780th Highest Economic Output: 2,076th Largest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 2,355th Highest Unexpected Death Rate: 2,389th
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Welcome to Ontario!
Ut incepit Fidelis sic permanet
Presiding over the heartlands of the Canadian nation, Ontario is a bustling, diverse land of beautiful lakes and forests.


Ontario welcomes all with good intentions to enjoy the sights of the land and the hospitality of its people!


Embassies: The Wolf Clan, Ottawa, Tinder, Fredonia, Toronto, The Black Forest High Castle, La France, The MLB, NorthAtlantic, Independence Hill, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Great Europe, Freetown, Port Louis, and 20 others.Maputo, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan, Michigan, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, EPCOT Center 1981, Quebec, Manitoba, Pecan Sandies, World of 2011, Nova Libertatia Alt Accounts, The Chancery, Embassy Central, The Embassy, Minnesota, Deep Storage, Pennsylvania, matheo, and British North America.

Tags: Featured and Minuscule.

Ontario contains 5 nations, the 3,219th most in the world.

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Today's World Census Report

The Largest Populations in Ontario

The following nations have the greatest number of citizens.

As a region, Ontario is ranked 1,396th in the world for Largest Populations.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Femme Fatale of Lulus RoadhouseCorporate Police State“Red Necks, White Socks & Blue Lable Beer”
2.The Ontarian Guardian of KnihBenevolent Dictatorship“Ut Incepit Fidelis Sic Permanet”
3.The Dominion of Agawa BayAnarchy“RIP”
4.The Bridge Crossing of Little CurrentNew York Times Democracy“Swing By”
5.The Republic of The Snow FoxAuthoritarian Democracy“Burrr”

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Ontario Regional Message Board

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The Femme Fatale of Lulus Roadhouse

There are several different songs based on that topic. Such as....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94M3nPgMgS0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE8gsYejpQc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltlPINPn8UU



The Republic of The Snow Fox

How's the garden doing?

The Femme Fatale of Lulus Roadhouse

The Snow Fox wrote:How's the garden doing?

So far, so good. Things are coming back. The rhododendrons are in full bloom.



The Bridge Crossing of Little Current

Rhododendrons don't grow in Northern Ontario too good. Wonder how far South you have to go to see them growing nicely enough to be blooming.

The Femme Fatale of Lulus Roadhouse

Little Current wrote:Rhododendrons don't grow in Northern Ontario too good. Wonder how far South you have to go to see them growing nicely enough to be blooming.

I live in Chicago, though some species are hardy enough to thrive and bloom further North. My variety is Called PMJ ]Rhododendrons.

The Dominion of Agawa Bay

When I was in Vancouver, they were like weeds. I do miss them. Here in Ontario, there are plants that just are not hardy enough to survive our winters.

The Femme Fatale of Lulus Roadhouse

Agawa Bay wrote:When I was in Vancouver, they were like weeds. I do miss them. Here in Ontario, there are plants that just are not hardy enough to survive our winters.

That is a shame, though there are plants that do survive your Winters and give you a burst of colour in the Spring.

The Bridge Crossing of Little Current

Pick the right plants that will survive our winters, they canlook just as good as those that have to be planted every year. Some roses are like that some years. Depends on the winter and what you do to protect them.

The Republic of The Snow Fox

I would like to have a greenhouse one day.

The Femme Fatale of Lulus Roadhouse

Little Current wrote:Pick the right plants that will survive our winters, they canlook just as good as those that have to be planted every year. Some roses are like that some years. Depends on the winter and what you do to protect them.

Indeed, it's what you do to protect them. I have a regimen to protect my roses that I put in practice every Fall.

The Snow Fox wrote:I would like to have a greenhouse one day.

I've almost talked my husband to build me a small greenhouse to replace the cold frames that I have been using.

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