Oct. 31, 2007

Denholm is a beautiful getaway from the city life, tucked away in the heart of the rolling gatineau hills. This small canton has awsome trails bringing you to breath taking views of the country side and a water fall, it has many lakes offering summer getaways and excellent fishing.

Though this may be a very quiet and small town, it still holds that untouched beauty that lets you experience God's creation! ( you can tell I love this place )

A great time to drive by is in the hight of fall colors!
- page1of2

Oct. 30, 2007

all info about Warner Alberta as we are considering moving there
- teddybear

Oct. 29, 2007

I was born in Granthams Landing in 1946. My parents, Velma and Robert Greig moved our family to Ontario shortly thereafter so my father could attend UofT dentistry. Today, I finally found out where Granthams Landing actually is. Does anyone remember the Greig family..Velma and Robert. My mother ran a small store called Velma's Place and was a championship diver.
- lindamae

Oct. 28, 2007

Could anyone tell me about this island. My gr grandmother came from here. Thank you.
- ptcrffy2007
I am preparing to move to the Ross River area. Any thoughts on what is extremely expensive, and/or what I should bring up?
- wendytaylor

Oct. 26, 2007

I have an old metal lathe that has a namelplate on it which says W. J. Walker Georgetown Ontario

Am trying to find information about the manufacturer, and age of machine
- Jeffer

Oct. 25, 2007

The first time my husband and I were ever in Mattawa was for an atv rally in May of 2007. We absolutely loved it. Everyone is so nice and helpful and the main street is so cute. I just fell in love with Mattawa and it is definetly at the top of my list of great places to visit or live. I would love to move there one day. We are planning our third trip for the Dec. 7/8 chilli snow run and I can't wait. VMUTS does a fabulous job of putting on these rallies and I hear they are expanding their trails. It seems like such a close knit community and thats what I love the most.
- connie28

Oct. 24, 2007

Renfrew County is without a doubt, one of Canada's best kept secrets. It is the largest County, geographically, in the Province of Ontario with one of the lowest populations. Geographically diverse, the County is home to clean lakes and rivers, abundant wildlife, picturesque, rugged scenery and a unique and diverse population. Many Renfrew County residents are descendants of the hardy Pioneers who opened up, and subsequently settled this area.

Renfrew County is also home to many interesting shops, boutiques and galleries. You can view some of these excellent business establishment on the website.

Talent, diversity, individuality and resourcefulness are hallmarks of the residents of Renfrew County, located in the heart of the Ottawa Valley, Eastern Ontario, Canada.

Come for a visit. Stay for a lifetime! You'll be glad you did, and so will we!
- ValleyGal

Oct. 23, 2007

Plunkett is a great place to be. It sits about 25 minutes from Manitou Beach. IF you are ever hungry stopin at the Plunkett Bar and Grill. They make the best chicken wings around. If you drink too much there are rooms available as well. A small town with lots of charm.
- Dawna
I don't know anything about alice beach, thats why I'm sending this. Why would I want to live in Alice Beach? Can you tell me that?
- cloy
why is it called roggan river
- roggan
Are there any apartments for rent?
- annamaria1954
Lived in Cameron Falls until I was 7. My father worked for Ont. Hydro and we lived in the house up the hill from the school. We used to slide down the hill to school
- pattivk1

Oct. 21, 2007

Born and raised there
- Eileen10
I would like to see photos of rocky racoon/s restaurant in Gore Bay,m Manitoulin
- wolfsburg
so whats so special about Looma. Has it changed from the time we converted the schoolhouse into a turkey farm?
- hendriks

Oct. 19, 2007

Great spot to visit
- kiku1

Oct. 18, 2007

nice place
- theville

Oct. 17, 2007

Berens River is my home town of course, but yeah i moved to the city of winnipeg on valentines day this year. Winnipeg is a tough place to live, berens river isn't that bad. So yeah berens is where im from, also where my other relatives and friends are at......
- BerensRiverChik

Oct. 16, 2007

Im a single mother of one, thinking about moving to Maple Creek. I am interested in finding out if there are any places available to rent, houses/apartments and cost of living. And if there is any babysitting/child care available as well, days and evenings? time day care runs? Also some insight as to what it is like to live in Maple Creek. how big are the class rooms, in the schools, how many children? 5-20 in each class, etc. what are the activites that are available to children, ie, soccer, football, hockey,scouts. If I could get some feed back It would be very helpful in my decision. thank you very much.
- talented

Oct. 14, 2007

Found Memories from 1982
- prettypuppy
Is there anyone doing research on Walhachin between 1907 and 1960?
- etorng

Oct. 13, 2007

Can anyone tell me the name of the Maniwaki
Protestant cemetery
- northhawke

Oct. 9, 2007

Pontypool is the type of place you drive through and wonder why anyone in their right mind would want to live there. The railway tracks run right through the centre of town with long grass and weeds growing up on all sides. Looking to the west you see an abandoned grain elevator and to the east an abandoned pool. It's a careless place with dogs and children running unattended and houses sitting forlorn.
The citizens of this little village are extremely loyal to it. Maybe it is a remembrance of the past when fastball players, potato farmers and Christmas tree growers were known all over Ontario. Maybe it's the freedom it offers of riding snowmobiles, four wheelers and dirt bikes anywhere without worrying too much about the legalities of liquor laws and age restrictions. I don't know why there is such a pride in saying " I am from Pontypool" but I know there is because even though I have not lived there for 35 years when someone asks me where I am from I say PONTYPOOL.
- babylon
I want to know more about Rockton.
- rockette
Es importante para mi ingresar a esta pagina pues tengo deseos de conocer su ciudad es muy muy bonita, es grande y tiene mucha historia..
- adolfo

Oct. 8, 2007

was there on satarday to visit my mother s grave forgot how beauiful it was breath taking
- michelle9999

Oct. 7, 2007

I am interested in family history on the Glavine family and the Head family from St. Augustines and Fortune Harbour.
- Sheila17
I am a professional male married with one child looking for a 3-4 bedroom house to rent. Willing to sign a lease if needed, Would even like to have the house outside the town limits if possible.References are avaliable upon request.
- redsoxfan1

Oct. 6, 2007

Anyone know about Beryl Draper who lived at 18 Popular Street in the 1980's? No doubt she passed away; as she was born around 1900. What is the name of your local newspaper? They probably had her death notice listed. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you. a family member
- Draperfam
Friendliest little town in Newfoundland
- geojojo

Oct. 5, 2007

Just got bck to Australia from another great summer at the cottage. Thanks to all my freinds in Canada for making our stay most pleasant as usual. See you all next summer
- brucecoulson

Oct. 4, 2007

Looking into retirement in Bird Cove
cost of homes
hospitals,doctors available
- pickett

Oct. 1, 2007

Blue Rocks is a magnificent little place where the land meets the ocean. A source of great energy can be felt by some when they wander along the meeting line.The line can be calm ,quiet and relaxing.Or it can be ferocious,pounding,and fearful.The shoreline is always changing.
- Spike
Anyone from the Sillers family still in Bengough? They owned the Imperial Oil Distributorship and the Chevrolet Dealership. Also, who was the owner of the IHC Dealership in the 1940s?
- Douggie
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