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Trailmakers of the Northwest
By Paul Leland Haworth (1921) (pdf)

Newfoundland - On the Shores of Canada's Most Spectacular Coast
Added this video to the foot of our video page.

Climate Change
Pakistan Burns At 50°C:
India’s Extreme Summer:

Thoughts on a Sunday morning - the 7th day of August 2022 - the Inevitables
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Stories of New France
Being tales of adventure and heroism from the early history of Canada in two series, the first series by Agnes Maule Machar and the second series by Thomas G. Marquis (1890) (pdf)


The Barren Ground of Northern Canada
By Warburton Pike (1917) (pdf)

Emigration to Canada - The Province of Ontario
Its Soil, Climate, Resources, Institutions, Free Grant Lands, &c, &c., for the information of intending emigrants issued by Authority of the Government of Ontario (1869) (pdf)

Hints to Settlers in Northern Ontario
By the Ontario Department of Agriculture, Bulletin 244, December 1916 (pdf)

Ontario Government Office in England
From the April 1932 edition of the O.A.C. Review (page 20) (pdf)

Canada as seen through Scottish Eyes
Being an account of a trip taken across the Dominion by the Scottish Agricultural Commission in the Autumn of 1908 published by the Authority of the Minister of the Interior, Ottawa, Canada (1909) (pdf)

Temagami
Northeastern Ontario

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - the 31st day of July 2022 - Simcoe Day
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Braddock
A story of the French and Indian Wars by John R'Musick (1898) (pdf)


Pope Francis visits former Residential School site in Edmonton
Pope Francis meets with residential school survivors in Maskwacis, Alta., where he issued an apology on his 'penitential pilgrimage.'
25th July 2020. See video at foot of page.

The History of Grand-pré
By John Frederic Herbin, B.A., (1911) (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - the 24th day of July 2022 - Changing Perspectives
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Pioneers of the Upper Ottawa and the humors of the valley
By Anson A. Gard (1906) (pdf)

History of the County of Perth
From 1825 to 1902 by William Johnston (1903) (pdf)


William Watt
(1830-1916) One of five brothers from Stromness in the Orkney Islands who joined the Hudson’s Bay Company in the mid-nineteenth century.

Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton Bart.
Edited by his son Charles Buxton, Esq. B.A. (1849) (second edition) (pdf)

Vankleek Hill, Ontario
This self-declared Gingerbread Capital of Ontario has maintained an enviable stability throughout nearly 200 years of rapid industrial and social change. Now Vankleek Hill is at a crossroads, balancing the need to protect historic buildings and honour its past, with the need to manage development pressures and growth.

The Farmer
The Scot and his Draft Horse. Dean Rutherford claims for Scottish breeders the discovery of the relationship between form and function in draft horse — In all breeding undertakings Scottish breeders have combined beauty and utility in rare degree (pdf)

Thoughts on a Sunday Morning - the 17th day of July 2022 - Playing Games
By the Rev. Nola Crewe

Stratford
The city of Stratford is best known for its Shakespeare theatre festival. When the pandemic forced the cancellation of the 2020 season, throwing thousands of people out of work, the city's prescient policy of pursuing high tech opportunities helped keep the lights on.


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