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<b>Remember This? </b> The Highline Bridge

Remember This? The Highline Bridge

It's how folks used to get to work at the steel plant
<b>Remember This? </b> Ken Danby — The beginning of a Canadian legend

Remember This? Ken Danby — The beginning of a Canadian legend

Danby's At the Crease was displayed in the Washington National Portraie Gallery, winning him an audience with President Ronald Reagan
<b>Remember This? </b> Bruce Mines was kind of a big deal

Remember This? Bruce Mines was kind of a big deal

Just FYI
<b>Remember This? </b> The story of Miss Clayton

Remember This? The story of Miss Clayton

How a woman from Listowel, Ontario won over generations of Sault students
<b>Remember This? </b> Pointe aux Pins

Remember This? Pointe aux Pins

From shipbuilding to summer hot spot
<b>Remember This?</b> How Vic and Wib jumped on a great opportunity

Remember This? How Vic and Wib jumped on a great opportunity

Opening a store during the Great Depression was a leap of faith, but it resulted in a long-running business
<b>Remember This?</b> How Landslide got its name

Remember This? How Landslide got its name

Also, a brief history of the park we call Hiawatha
<b>Remember This?</b> 'Bill' Merrifield, Northern Ontario's only Victoria Cross recipient

Remember This? 'Bill' Merrifield, Northern Ontario's only Victoria Cross recipient

Merrifield enlisted 10 days after Canada entered the First World War. He was shot four times in a battle that saw him single-handedly take out two German machine gun placements
<b>Remember This?</b> The Soo Senior Greyhounds

Remember This? The Soo Senior Greyhounds

Close to 10,000 Saultites gathered to greet the team when they returned with the Allan Cup in 1924
<b>Remember This?</b> Spirits Rising

Remember This? Spirits Rising

Structure was meant to represent the marriage between Algoma Steel's management, workers and community, after restructuring