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Apr. 28, 2008

I love Granisle. I would like to buy a house out there and maybe even open up a bait shop. I lived there for three yeas. That was back in the late 70's. Luckily I had the chance to go out there last March. I didn't want to leave. It's so beautiful.
- Danni
I was about 3 when my parents left Granisle. I have vague memories about it. I had the chance to go back there in March 2008. I fell in love with the place.I wan to buy a house there., It would be nice to see the community thrive all over again
- Danni
Paradise Hill is a very beautiful town.It is peaceful,people are very freindly and the countryside is just beautiful.Lots of fishing nearby,great skidoo country as well as it offers a lot of community events.
- chereu

Apr. 19, 2008

hello ,,anyone out there?
i was in Northwest River in 1962 and loved the place. i have so many storiers to tell.
i was stationed at the usaf site not far from there,,,called north west point.

had a great time
- talldave143

Apr. 13, 2008

To anyone that might be interested. My maiden name is Gerrard. I have been told by relatives in British Columbia that this Town named Gerrard is from my family history. I have always wanted to visit Gerrard and hopefully this August I shall be seeing the Town finally. I reside on Vancouver Island with my family. If anyone has any interesting facts and knowledge about this Town I would be interested to know. Thanks, Debbie(Gerrard)
- Paderno

Apr. 12, 2008

Livingston was my Great-Uncle, would like to come check it out, what's the most practicle form of transportation to do this?
- mynhair

Apr. 10, 2008

Bonjour,

Ma belle m?re Pauline Cotte habitait Pincher Creek
dans les ann?es 1920, elle est rentr?e en France ainsi que
toute la famille apr?s la crise de 1929.

Cordialement

Andr? Convers
Louveciennes - France

andreconvers@orange.fr
- Convers

Apr. 8, 2008

I've heard there is some bit of a celebration for the Beachburg Cemetery.
Does anyone have any further informatin?
Dix
- dixie1505
This is where my family came when the arrived in Canada in 1835. I am searching any family records I can find especially those of BMD information. There were 9 children of James and Mary (Doherty) CARLIN/CARLING. Many are buried at Calumet Cemetery. I would hope to find dates and possible locations of birth in Ireland.
- margaretmoore

Apr. 7, 2008

message about Mrs Draper. (Beryl Draper) I believe she was a school teacher, I knew of her she was near the end of her career when I moved to Copper Cliff in 1967. Email me if you would like to me find more info.
- Tess89
A small northern Saskatchewan town
At the southern edge of the Saskatchewan Oil Sands
Probability of growth is very high in the next few years due to the development of the Oil Sands
- Pauliot

Apr. 1, 2008

I grew up in Long Branch, attending James S. Bell Public School, and then Mimico High School. I then eventually left moved to Evans Avenue and 427.

I grew up on 35th Street.

Long Branch was a great village and there was lots to do.
- paulharvie

Mar. 8, 2008

Veteran is a great community with great people. I want to move back there if circumstances grant me this one wish.
The best memories I have were created in Veteran and the best friends I made were also there.
- PrairieGirl

Mar. 4, 2008

Marcelin is the home of Pat Wasylkowski who owns and operates Denim Creations Made by Pat. When she attends craft shows and is asked where Marcelin is situated, she pulls out her mini map and points to the circled Marcelin name and then proceeds to tell the people a little about Marcelin.
- slipperpat

Mar. 3, 2008

Very nice town, very nice people.
- Vannie

Mar. 2, 2008

Where did somone get the idea that Lorne Valley was named for a place in Argyleshire?

My understanding is that, while in the early days referred to as the Back Settlement, it was later renamed Lorne Valley in honor of the Marquis of Lorne.
- wandawet

Feb. 28, 2008

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The Cartier Fun Fair is coming up on March 8, 2008, opening with a Pancake Breakfast from 10 am till noon. Games and amusements get underway at noon highlighted by the opening of the new Cartier Golf and Country Club (mini putt). There will also be a fish pond, frog pond and duck pond. (sounds like a lot of water hazards on the course to me!!) You can get your face painted, try your skill at a ring toss, have a hot-dog or break a balloon. Mention that you saw this online and you'll recieve one free game token!!!
- lordraegon

Feb. 26, 2008

Unique in its isolation, with beautiful hills and forests. To be enjoyed in winter because of the abundance of snow shoe and snowmobile access.
- fbouchyp

Feb. 20, 2008

Beautiful,home,never changing.I hope it stays that way!!!
- daboys

Feb. 17, 2008

Quaint Village of a mix of progressive Albertans and narrow minded Saskatchewanians!
- ABEAVER

Feb. 12, 2008

Got a sled ?

Make tracks for the best kept secret in the Whistler area.

All epic alpine rides to ice fields,plateaus and caves.



Got a Mountain bike ?

Summer has wild descents guaranteed to have you coming back for more.


For more info check out www.bbcanada.com/8545.html or Google, Bralorne Mountain Holidays.
- Caretaker

Feb. 4, 2008

my dad and uncles were born in belmont in the early 1900s. my grandfather was the station agent there for many years. I was only there once in the early 70's. got to see the train station were my dad and uncles were born and livedbefore they tore it down.
- jcw

Feb. 2, 2008

with respect to Glanmore, the Hastings Country Museum in Belleville,

please be aware prior to your visit that this site is not an authentic restoration and should not be taken as a reflection of how the Phillips family (first owners of the house in the same family for 3 generations) lived. The family is not responsible for the loss of authenticity.

These misrepresentations as engaged in by those responsible for management of the museum have existed since Glanmore opened as a museum in 1973.

http://www.glanmore.org/h/LifeAtGlanmoreSChapline.html
for information, FOIA collated with correspondence,
http://www.glanmore.org/h/minhinnick.html

Thanking you in advance.
- afaulkner
I LEARNED SOMETHING TONIGHT....I LEARNED THAT THERE IS A WARREN, MANITOBA AND THAT IT WAS NAMED FOR MY GRANDFATHER, A.E. (BERT) WARREN!

I NEVER HAD THE PLEASURE OF MEETING MY MATERNAL GRANDFATHER, I WAS BORN IN 1942, AFTER A.E.'s DEATH.

MY OLDER BROTHER'S NAME IS 'WARREN'.

I WAS AWARE THAT THERE WAS A TOWN/VILLAGE/STATION STOP IN ALBERTA NAMED AFTER A.E.'s FOUR DAUGHTERS......
HElen, MArjorie, RUth (my mother) and KAthleen......
HEMARUKA BUT WAS NOT AWARE OF WARREN!

I JUST ACCIDENTALLY STUMBLED ACROSS THIS SITE. IT MADE ME SMILE AND BROUGHT BACK SOME VERY NICE MEMORIES OF MY MOM AND HER STORIES.

ENJOY THE YEAR!
- grandson3or4
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