Pringle Creek

Pringle Creek is a small watercourse that drains into in . It drains 2,847 hectares. Groundwater discharge from the bluffs left from glacial Lake Iroquois feed the headwaters of Pringle Creek.On June 19, 2017, police and animal control officials were able to contain, tranquilize and safely relocate a black bear who had wandered into residential areas on Pringle Creek.

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Hospital
is a public hospital located in , Canada, providing a range of specialized assessment and treatment services to those living with complex and serious mental illness. is situated 1 km west of Pringle Creek.

Hospital
is a clinic in , offering specialized health services to the Durham Region. is situated 1 km northwest of Pringle Creek.

Railway station
is a train and bus station in the GO Transit network in , , Canada. is situated 1½ km north of Pringle Creek. Photo: GTD Aquitaine, Public domain.

Library
The is a public library that serves the town of , , , with three branches. is situated 3½ km north of Pringle Creek.

Localities in the Area

, a suburb directly west of , is in the heart of the , 48 km east of , in the eastern part of the of . Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.

is a town in Durham Region, midway between and . Photo: P199, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a city in , Canada, on the shoreline. Photo: Shaundd, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Pringle Creek

Latitude
43.8501° or 43° 51' 0.4" north
Longitude
-78.9329° or 78° 55' 58.3" west
Open Location Code
87M3V328+2V
Elevation
73 metres (240 feet)
Geo­Names ID
6113479

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