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Let's talk about the waterfront chimes and the Chief Wawatam

Let's talk about the waterfront chimes and the Chief Wawatam

This edition of Remember This delves into the history of a familiar piece of public art
Death and the abortion doctor: Final chapter

Death and the abortion doctor: Final chapter

In this edition of Remember This, the third instalment of the Dr. Dudley case, we learn the doctor's fate, and we learn about Mrs. Doyle's dealings with the 'red element'
Death and the abortion doctor: Mrs. Doyle's house

Death and the abortion doctor: Mrs. Doyle's house

This week, Remember This brings the second instalment of the story of Dr. W.H. Dudley
Death and the abortion doctor: The story of Dr. W.H. Dudley

Death and the abortion doctor: The story of Dr. W.H. Dudley

This edition of Remember This is the first of three stories recounting the status of abortion in the 1920, and the downfall of a prominent local doctor
When authorities put a stop to canal-diving kids

When authorities put a stop to canal-diving kids

This edition of Remember This looks back on the dangerous phenomenon and how it ended
The Hudson Bay Company Post in Michipicoten

The Hudson Bay Company Post in Michipicoten

This edition of Remember This takes us back to the fur trade
The (sometimes contentious) history of the Group Health Centre

The (sometimes contentious) history of the Group Health Centre

This edition of Remember This looks back on how it all came to be
Garbage strike of '79 causes stinky summer

Garbage strike of '79 causes stinky summer

In this edition of Remember This, the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library archive takes your nose back to the summer of 1979
Murder at Pancake Bay: The trial

Murder at Pancake Bay: The trial

In this edition of Remember This, we recount the trial of Edgar Simons
Murder at Pancake Bay - The death of Catharine Rupert and her young son

Murder at Pancake Bay - The death of Catharine Rupert and her young son

This edition of Remember This chronicles what police called 'the most ghastly and gruesome killing in the history of the north'