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Remember This? Picturesque memories of spring

Remember This? Picturesque memories of spring

Tip-toe down memory lane all festooned with flowers and children enjoying spring
REMEMBER THIS: Chester Coe's sweet project

REMEMBER THIS: Chester Coe's sweet project

This week we remember the Coe maple syrup operation that began in 1946
Remembering Lophy the library dinosaur

Remembering Lophy the library dinosaur

This week, the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library takes us back to a display at the library featuring the skeleton of a dinosaur on loan from the Royal Ontario Museum in 1978 and 79.
Remembering Attilio. He was good for a blast

Remembering Attilio. He was good for a blast

Attilio Berdusco was recognized for engineering a mammoth pillar blast in the Helen Mine in 1955 and he was a pillar of his community
Remember this: A look back at Easter celebrations past

Remember this: A look back at Easter celebrations past

Different families have different traditions for the holidays and this week we discover what some did to mark Easter in years past
The first time the Greyhounds nearly won a Memorial Cup

The first time the Greyhounds nearly won a Memorial Cup

This week, the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library takes us through the late 70s and early 80s with the Soo Greyhounds, post Gretzky
Remembering Hector McGrigor, a lion who accomplished much

Remembering Hector McGrigor, a lion who accomplished much

This week, Remember This brings us the story of Hector McGrigor, Sault Ste. Marie Citizen of the Week for Sept. 15, 1956
When folks used to save winter for summer

When folks used to save winter for summer

Purity Ice and ice boxes were common in Sault homes until the 60s. This week, the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library shares the story of where the ice came from and how it got to the boxes
From Gong Show to Mechanical Bull. The Airways in the 70s

From Gong Show to Mechanical Bull. The Airways in the 70s

The Airways Boots and Saddles Lounge was a different place back in the 1970s
Remembering little Hawk Junction's one-teacher schoolhouse

Remembering little Hawk Junction's one-teacher schoolhouse

In this edition of Remember This, we look north to a town that laid claim to having one of the last functioning one-teacher schoolhouses in Ontario