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Segregation in the Sault. It was a thing

Segregation in the Sault. It was a thing

In 1944, under relaxed legislation, women who were certified disease-free were allowed to serve alcohol. Drinking while standing was still strictly forbidden
Looking back on the Great One's time in the Sault, part three

Looking back on the Great One's time in the Sault, part three

Despite breaking his contract to leave, the Soo remembers Gretzky fondly and he speaks highly of both the city and the Greyhounds
Looking back on the Great One's time in the Sault, part two

Looking back on the Great One's time in the Sault, part two

Gretzky really showed his true colours after a coaching change
Looking back on the Great One's time in the Sault, part one

Looking back on the Great One's time in the Sault, part one

From right out of the gates with the Greyhounds, Wayne Gretzky distinguished himself as a great playmaker
Ever wonder what that thing sitting in the water off Gros Cap is?

Ever wonder what that thing sitting in the water off Gros Cap is?

This is the story of the Gros Cap lighthouse and the lightship that was there before it
Dorothy MacKenzie: Friend, reporter and historian

Dorothy MacKenzie: Friend, reporter and historian

In the course of her 25-year career as a journalist, her work became an invaluable resource to people interested in the Algoma district
That time a house on Birch Street was an isolation hospital

That time a house on Birch Street was an isolation hospital

Remembering the polio epidemic of the 1940s
How Tony and Reverend MacLellan got the soup kitchen going

How Tony and Reverend MacLellan got the soup kitchen going

Because they wanted to help people beyond a bowl of soup
The up and down run of Searchmont Resort through the years

The up and down run of Searchmont Resort through the years

In 1992 it was a circus up there. A legit circus
Elmer the Safety Elephant, beauty queens and the Soo-ette club as seen on Queen

Elmer the Safety Elephant, beauty queens and the Soo-ette club as seen on Queen

Concerns with weather, storage facilities put the Santa Claus parade on hiatus nearly two decades