Wolfe Island (Eastern Ontario, K0H 2Y0)
1. Township of Frontenac Islands (Lower Tier Frontenac) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (613) 385-2216 FAX: (613) 385-1032 Leave a Public Review
  2. Barriefield (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post, Phone: (613) 530-2260 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 1,250. In Pittsburgh T., Frontenac C., at the mouth ofthe Cataraqui R. on C. Rd. 2, 1.5 km E of Kingston.
3. Barriefield - Historical Post Office (Kingston, 8km) Phone: (613) 530-2260 Leave a Public Review
  4. Bombardier Inc. (Kingston, 8km) Phone: (613) 384-3100 FAX: (613) 384-5245 Leave a Public Review
  5. Cataraqui (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingston, Phone: (613) 546-7883 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 625. In Kingston T., Frontenac C., near Little Cataraqui Cr. On Hwy 2 and C. Rd. 9, 5 km NW of Kingston.
6. City of Kingston (Single Tier Frontenac) (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingston, Phone: (613) 530-2256 Leave a Public Review
Postcards above used with permission from A Great Lakes Treasury of Old Postcards 2007 Lorenzo Marcolin, MD 176 pp. For Copies call the Huronia Museum 705 526 2844 or email lmarcolin@aol.com
  7. Codes Corner (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingston, Phone: (613) 530-2260 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 250. In Pittsburgh T., Frontenac C., on the Cataraqui R. and Hwy 15 just N ofHwy 401, 11 km NE of Kingston. The place was named after an early merchant named Orville Code.
  8. Collins Bay (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingston, Phone: (613) 530-2260 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 1,250. In Kingston T., Frontenac C., on L. Ontario at the mouth of Collins Cr. and C. Rd. 33, 11 km. W of Kingston.
  9. Elmwood, Kingston Area (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingston, Phone: (613) 530-2260 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 120. In Kingston T., Frontenac-Addington Cs. on North Channel of Lake Ontario and Hwy 33 between Collins Bay and Amherstview, 9 km. SW of Kingston.
  10. Glenburnie (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingston, Phone: (613) 530-2256 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 191. In Frontenac C. on C. Rd. 3, 10 km. NE of Kingston.
  11. Kingston Fall Fair (Kingston, 8km) Phone: (613) 546-4291 FAX: (613) 542-9560 Leave a Public Review
  12. Limestone District School Board (Kingston, 8km) Phone: (613) 544-6920 Leave a Public Review
  13. Marysville, Kingston Area (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Canada Post Kingston, Phone: (613) 530-2256 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 380. In Frontenac C., on Wolfe I. on C. Rds. 95 & 96, 5 km. SE by ferry boat from Kingston.
  14. Millhaven Storage Unlimited (Kingston, 8km) Phone: (613) 384-6976 Leave a Public Review
  15. Phillip’s Tree Service (Kingston, 8km) Phone: (613) 634-2555 Leave a Public Review
  16. Pitts Ferry (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Kingston CFB Vimy, Toll Free Phone: (866) 607-6301 Leave a Public Review
Pop, 25. In Edwardsburgh T., Frontenac C. 14 km NE of Kingston. First called Pittsferry.
  17. Ravensview (Kingston, 8km) Your Host(s): Kingston CFB Vimy, Toll Free Phone: (866) 607-6301 Leave a Public Review
In Pittsburgh T., Frontenac C. 5 km NE of Kingston. Kingston city clerk Lorne S. Raven was the subdivider of land here.
18. County of Frontenac Upper Tier (Glenburnie, 15km) Your Host(s): Municipal Administration, Phone: (613) 548-9400 FAX: (613) 548-8460 Leave a Public Review
19. Cutler (Historical Post Office) (Cutler, 16km) Your Host(s): Serpent River Trading Post, Phone: (705) 844-2864 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 210. In Lewis T., Algoma Dist. on the N shore of the North Ch. of L. Huron and Hwy 17,42 km. SW of Espanola. The place is believed to have been named around 1900 after one of the partners of the Cutler & Savage Lumber Company.
  20. Elginburg (Elginburg, 16km) Your Host(s): A T Jenkins Restoration Contractor, Phone: (613) 353-7262 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 21. In Kingston T., Frontenac C. on C. Rds. 3 & 9, 11 km N of Kingston.
  21. Westbrook (Westbrook, 17km) Your Host(s): Old Country Store, Phone: (613) 389-3733 Leave a Public Review
Pop. 509. In Kingston T., Frontenac C., on C. Rd. 2, 11 km NW of Kingston. The community was first known as Slab City because the local mill produced fine slabs of wood for building early houses.