1. Southern Ontario has about a quarter of a million lakes and countless rivers and streams.
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3. Southern Ontario is crossed by two transcontinental railway lines and is bisected by one provincially owned north-south railroad with its northern terminus at Moosonee on James Bay.
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5. Until the end of the War of 1812, Southern Ontario was populated chiefly by aboriginal peoples and by immigrants from the United States.
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9. Southern Ontario shares a border with the United States and there are several border crossings including the one at Niagara Falls.
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11. Southern Ontario has two major east-west routes, both starting from Montreal in the neighbouring province of Quebec.
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15. Southern Ontario became a hotbed for the illegal smuggling of liquor and the biggest supplier into the United States, which was under complete prohibition.
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22. Southern Ontario has thousands of other fresh water lakes and rivers, as well as the Trent-Severn Waterway and Rideau Canal.
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