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THE BEARDMORE RELICS

The Discovery In July, 1934, Ted Eliot, a high school teacher and writer, was traveling by train from Longlac to Port Arthur. When the train stopped in the bush just south of Beardmore, Ontario, to pick up a prospector, Eliot … Continue reading

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GREENSTONE GOLD’S HARDROCK PROJECT: AN UPDATE (Conclusion)

Part 4 – Many Heritage Values At Risk Stantec Consulting Ltd., on behalf of the company, has examined the local study area for heritage values in archaeology, buildings, and landscapes. Archaeological Values The archaeological study searched for post-contact Aboriginal occupation … Continue reading

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POETRY OF THE LANDSCAPE (Conclusion)

2 — Chippewa Ridge Hike Yep, the last Saturday in September, I climbed Chippewa Ridge, more easily though perhaps not accurately described as a shoulder of Mount McKay, that massive promontory that overlooks the city of Thunder Bay.  I joined about … Continue reading

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