- Quinte West, Ontario
official_name = City of Quinte West
image_caption = Dundas Street in Trenton.
subdivision_type = Country
subdivision_type1 = Province
subdivision_type2 = County
subdivision_name2 = Hastings
government_type = City
leader_title = Mayor
John R. Williams
leader_title1 = Governing Body
leader_name1 = Quinte West Council
established_title = Settled
established_date = 1780s
established_title2 = Incorporated
established_date2 = 1998
area_total_km2 = 493.85
population_as_of = 2006
population_footnotes =ref label|Stats_Canada|1|1(sc)
settlement_type = Town
population_total = 42697
population_density_km2 = 86.5
timezone = EST
utc_offset = -5
timezone_DST = EDT
utc_offset_DST = -4
postal_code_type = Postal code span
postal_code = K0K, K8V
area_code = 613
website = [http://www.city.quintewest.on.ca/ City of Quinte West]
Quinte West is a city, formerly part of Hastings County, but now a Separated municipality in central eastern
Ontario, Canada, . It is located on the western end of the Bay of Quinteon Lake Ontario. The Lake Ontario terminus of the Trent-Severn Waterwayis located in the municipality.
Quinte West was formed through the amalgamation of the city of Trenton, the village of Frankford and the townships of Murray and Sidney on
January 1, 1998. Trenton is the largest community and serves as the administrative and commercial centre.
In addition to Trenton and Frankford, the district of Quinte West, also includes the communities of Barcovan Beach, Batawa, Chatterton, German Landing, Glen Miller, Glen Ross, Halloway, Johnstown, Lovett, Madoc Junction, Maple View, Mount Zion, Oak Lake, River Valley, Roseland Acres, Spencers Landing, Stockdale, Tuftsville, Twelve O'Clock, Wallbridge and Wooler.
Quinte West is home to 8 Wing Trenton, the
Canadian Forcesprimary air transportation hub. Many of Canadian Forces operations in Afghanistan are carried out from this base. It also serves as the area's biggest employer.
Trenton is the official community of license for one radio station,
CJTN-FM, although the station broadcasts from studios in Belleville. The city has its own edition of the regional community newspaper "The Shield", Osprey Mediapublishes the community newspaper "The Trentonian", and CFB Trenton has its own Canadian Forces newspaper, the "Trenton Contact".
Quinte West is otherwise served primarily by media from Belleville.
Ontario Provincial Police(OPP) are the local law enforcement authority. The current mayor of the city is John Williams.
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* [http://www.city.quintewest.on.ca/ City of Quinte West]
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