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Maud Gillespie: The story of a missing girl and a detective accused of telling tall tales

Maud Gillespie: The story of a missing girl and a detective accused of telling tall tales

When a 12-year-old girl went missing in the late 1890s, a celebrity detective was called in. But his early attitude and eventual retelling of the case drew criticism. Read more in this edition of Remember This
How a cruise bound for the Sault almost killed Sir John A. Macdonald

How a cruise bound for the Sault almost killed Sir John A. Macdonald

In this edition of Remember This, we look back at a five-day cruise that didn't make it past Manitoulin Island
The adventures of a steamer named Francis

The adventures of a steamer named Francis

In this edition of Remember This, we learn the checkered history of a ship that seemed to run into trouble in the Sault. It currently lies underneath a Collingwood subdivision
Women in the mill: How a persistent summer student spurred a societal shift at Algoma Steel

Women in the mill: How a persistent summer student spurred a societal shift at Algoma Steel

In this edition of Remember This, we go back to 1974 and the first lasting influx of female labourers at the steel plant
The story of T.S. Durham

The story of T.S. Durham

The area around Queen Street East and March Street is known as the Durham Block because of this man. Learn more about him in this week's edition of Remember This
Typhoid outbreak led to Sault's first chlorinated water

Typhoid outbreak led to Sault's first chlorinated water

It also led to complaints, as you will read in this week's edition of Remember This
The Song of Hiawatha

The Song of Hiawatha

This edition of Remember This takes an in-depth look at an epic poem famously adapted for stage and based on various area Indigenous stories
Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst: 'A womanly woman leading woman’s cause'

Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst: 'A womanly woman leading woman’s cause'

A very famous suffragette visits the Sault in this edition of Remember This
Charles Napier Smith: Anti-censorship crusader or 'an ass'?

Charles Napier Smith: Anti-censorship crusader or 'an ass'?

Opinions differ as this edition of Remember This presents the closing chapter of the Sault Express story
The Sault Express saga: Government seizes Sault paper's press

The Sault Express saga: Government seizes Sault paper's press

In this edition of Remember This, we read about an unrepentant Charles Napier Smith