Haileybury (Town) http://www.town.haileybury.on.ca
Other Names (also known as):
Former Name(s): Matabanick (Quote from 'Our Timiskaming': "Local Indians knew the present site of Haileybury as Matabanick, meaning 'the place where the trail comes out'")
Established 1883 by C.C. Farr who named it after his alma mater Haileybury College; Became a town in 1904
One of Ontario's Municipalities; Incorporated 1973; District Town of Timiskaming
Source(s) of Information: Our Timiskaming by Micheline Boucher, Douglas Clark, Lorrie Farrell, Pauline Fortier, Shane O'Brien; 1977
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