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REMEMBER THIS? In praise of lumberjacks

REMEMBER THIS? In praise of lumberjacks

The lumberjack's influence is wide-ranging and timeless
REMEMBER THIS? Chocolate strike of 1947

REMEMBER THIS? Chocolate strike of 1947

Sinister communist plot or justified outrage? Either way, a post-war price hike in candy bars met with strident opposition, even rousing the Chicks and Clucks Club to protest until the price dropped from eight to seven cents
Remember This? Row-row-row your bathtub?

Remember This? Row-row-row your bathtub?

For six brave captains, it was paddle or sink on the St. Marys River in 1986
Remember This? Sault's first divorce case

Remember This? Sault's first divorce case

Married at 13, divorced at 19, this week we learn the convoluted story of Annie, Frank and Annie's family as told by the Sault Star in 1930
Remember This? Helen Hayes and the Bruce Mines Parade

Remember This? Helen Hayes and the Bruce Mines Parade

That time the First Lady of American Theatre led the parade in Bruce Mines. 'This parade was the finest I have ever led,' she said
Remember This? Telephone operators gave you the time of day

Remember This? Telephone operators gave you the time of day

This week we look back at telephone operators, the unsung heroes of emergencies, holidays and hockey scores
Remember This? Mavis Gallant, short story writer

Remember This? Mavis Gallant, short story writer

University of Toronto writer-in-residence visits the Sault, finds where 'My Heart is Broken' cover hangs
Remember This? School protests

Remember This? School protests

Labour actions in 1969 led to unrest all around
Remember This? A man who saw both forests and trees

Remember This? A man who saw both forests and trees

Maxwell MacLaggan was a conservationist, forester and force for good in his community
Remember This? Hotchkiss Tree Farm, where Christmas memories grow

Remember This? Hotchkiss Tree Farm, where Christmas memories grow

Hotchkiss family kept the natural, locally grown Christmas tree tradition alive and well for four decades