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Wilfrid Laurier goes to church in the Sault. Controversy ensues

Wilfrid Laurier goes to church in the Sault. Controversy ensues

This edition of Remember This looks back on an incident that took place just a couple years before Laurier would become Prime Minister
'Everything was pitch black' - a look back at the Algoma Steel blast of 1963

'Everything was pitch black' - a look back at the Algoma Steel blast of 1963

This edition of Remember This looks back on a tragic incident that took the lives of four people
A shipwreck, a young woman and a message in a bottle

A shipwreck, a young woman and a message in a bottle

This week, Remember This looks back on the wreck of the freighter Kamloops
How a church became the 'centre of an Italian community'

How a church became the 'centre of an Italian community'

This edition of Remember This explores the long history of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, which local records mark as the first Italian Catholic church in Canada
The (difficult) story of Sault Ste. Marie's very first 'birth control centre'

The (difficult) story of Sault Ste. Marie's very first 'birth control centre'

In this edition of Remember This, the Sault Ste. Marie Public Library looks back on a new organization that struggled to find its place in the Sault, literally
Man sets out for football game via hot air balloon. Things go wrong

Man sets out for football game via hot air balloon. Things go wrong

In this edition of Remember This we learn about the harrowing journey of Milford Vanik
Dr. John Jeremiah Bigsby on fur trade life in the Sault (including male fashion)

Dr. John Jeremiah Bigsby on fur trade life in the Sault (including male fashion)

This edition of Remember This examines a British geologist's account of life in the Sault during the fur trade
The story of the first lock (and what's left of it)

The story of the first lock (and what's left of it)

In this edition of Remember This we learn about the North West Company lock at the St. Mary's Rapids
The tale of two Sault pilots and their doomed trans-Atlantic flight of 1927

The tale of two Sault pilots and their doomed trans-Atlantic flight of 1927

In 1927, two pilots from the Ontario Provincial Air Service in the Sault set out to fly to London, England. This edition of Remember This, tells the tale
Edward Buckland Russell: Preacher, amnesiac or criminal?

Edward Buckland Russell: Preacher, amnesiac or criminal?

This edition of Remember This looks back at the strange tale of a troubled newcomer to Sault Ste. Marie