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Jun. 30, 2008

i met a fellow today ,in a coffee shop on Front St ; Toronto he was waiting to go to a doctors appointment as was i ;lives in Britt .. my Mother was born in Britt looking to contact this person... he is approx. 61 years old , ....... has a cottage to rent/ on Key river ... please get back if you have any info on this person and how i can contact him, or his wife....
- bmt

Jun. 29, 2008

29 Jun 08 - I stayed in Val Marie for a few days, a year or so ago.

It's a quiet, friendly village on the #4 Highway, barely 20 miles from the American border, with a river running through it, and friendly people to share coffee with at the cafe in the morning.

Driving into Val Marie in the evening during summer, the land on either side of the road washed in golden light, the smell of fresh-cut hay in the air, and the most spectacular sunset I've ever seen splashed across the impossibly big sky. At that moment, I thought, "This is what home feels like."

I think I'll retire there, when I'm done chasing my career and seeing the world. Until then, I'll remember that evening on the road and smile.
- Kayelar

Jun. 28, 2008

The village of Aylesford is a quaint little village in Kings County. It's small, so don't blink when you go through it or you'll miss all its beauty.
- CharlesLutz

Jun. 25, 2008

I spent many wonderful days fishing with my father on the Marimichi, and have some great photos. I'm trying to remember the names of the nice people who lived nearby and took care of our cabin while we weren't there.
- nadasy

Jun. 23, 2008

Thanks for the info about St Mary's school. But we were a French family and attended a french school across the street from Ste Famille church in the 1940's. Would any know the name of the French school back in the 40's in that location.

Also does anyone know if Rue Cabot was there in the 1940's and if so, did it have the same name.

Going to Kenogami in August and am trying to gather as much info as possible.

Merci, Muri43
- murielle

Jun. 20, 2008

Fraser Lake is awesome!
- Jed1975

Jun. 19, 2008

Sainte Agathe des Monts is a small town and we want to feel safe in our neighborhood. It has come to my attention that Gordon Savery (handyman/general contractor) is a convicted sex offender and he is working for families with young children in our area.
I have joined a group to lobby for making the sex offender registry public. It would avoid such situations where pedophiles lurk in our neighborhood anonymously.
- ctremblay
Sainte Lucie is a small town and we want to feel safe in our neighborhood. It has come to my attention that Gordon Savery (handyman/general contractor) is a convicted sex offender and he is working for families with young children in our area.
I have joined a group to lobby for making the sex offender registry public. It would avoid such situations where pedophiles lurk in our neighborhood anonymously.
- ctremblay

Jun. 16, 2008

Can someone help me? my hubby and I are looking at a place in hussar and the possibility of moving there.
I need to know if there is a school there? I have three children.
- Jaska
I want to send a letter to Roch Voisine. I read that his father is mayor of Notre-Dame-du-Lac and would like to contact him for Roch's address.

Je voudrais obtenir l'adresse de Roch Voisine pour lui envoyer une lettre. J'esp?re pourvoir communiquer avec son p?re afin de l'obtenir. R?ale Voisine est le maire de Notre-Dame-du-Lac.

- rboyer

Jun. 13, 2008

love to learn more about this area for a visit in August, pros and cons please.
- moosehbr

Jun. 12, 2008

Bellettere was a great experience for me during the 60's. I enjoyed the five years working there.
- caulie68

Jun. 11, 2008

Please help!!
I was in a bad accident and I am limited to search as I am still in the hospital. LOST blk/tan/white Chihuahua 12 pounds. Last seen on RRD 230 and HWY 28.

REWARD!!!! Call 633-2918 or 719-0652

Thanks for all your help!!
- Dorothy11

Jun. 9, 2008

Looking for the family Siemers-Vass
- Lueddeke

Jun. 3, 2008

hey i lived in Elrose for 1 summer in 1975,worked for Jim & George Ruthven if anybody reconizes these names,or might remember a kid from ontario,Im thinking of heading out there later this summer as i heve relatives in Eston,that i want to see but would also like to re-meet people from that summer i worked there.....e-mail me... would be appreciated not sure how many people are still there but i would like to stop and say hi.......btw my name is Steve,Jim Ruthven was my uncle
- hapycanuk

May. 30, 2008

Trying to find out information about the event on June 1 (a fair or something?) Would like to come over from Virden for a fun day!
- cornergaskim
I grew up in Dalhousie through the 40s and early 50s. I think it had to have been one of the best childhoods possible. We lived in the safety of a small town and we children could roam from one end of town to the other, coming home when we got hungry or were just worn out with our adventures. It was not unusual for a bunch of kids to be dropped off or to walk to the Inch Arran beach with a peanut butter and jam sandwich in a bread bag and a bottle of KIK Orange and to spend the whole day there, with no adult supervision. We had wonderful summers, awesome autumns, winters full of sliding and skating and building snow forts, and springs that were full of rushing water as the tons of snow melted and ran down the streets into the sewers. We were very lucky children.
- Fernie

May. 28, 2008

My name is Susan J. Plamondon. I was born to Ralph and Harriet Plamondon on April 8, 1947: I was born in Astoria,Oregon. My father was born in Tumwater Oregon to Frances and Josephine Plamondon:
I would like to know more about the history of Plamondon, Alberta: Perphaps trace my relatives to Plamondon. Alberta: I was told my relatives came from Canada and that I was related to Simon Plamondon: I don't know if my line came from Simon's french wife or one of his Indian wives: Please e-mail any information: Thank-you Susan Josephine Plamondon
- Susan1
Hey is anyone there. I am writing from Detroit Michigan.I just read an article that Dan Cleary is from your town and could be the first person from NF and Riverhead to win the Stanley Cup. It was a great article and it will happen.I got to visit up in Nova Scotia a few years ago but could not afford the petrol or time to get to you folks. Watch the boys tonight and remember GO WINGS.
- rhuminski

May. 25, 2008

Hi, I'm Sandro, from Italy. I'd like to know something about Elnora, but the reason why i'll tell further. For now, I wanna see if this bog is working. Bye.
- sandromerendi

May. 23, 2008

Looking for the camp on Sand lake... La Vacationaire,, spelling may not be correct.. Would love to fish 9 mile, Devlon etc. again,, Can't find who to contact,,,, Any help appreciated,, e-mail address

Thank you
- rformet

May. 20, 2008

I lived in Aylmer from 1956 to 1965

I lived on main st .ust above the bamboo gardens from 1956 to 1958 then moved down to james Street in Jubelea .

I went to labelle schooul grade 1 then Limoge grades 2-5 then to English school st.marks . I went to St,\. Josephs High School in 8C Mr Rowen with my borther Bill Mallette .\, Ricky Pittaway , Pat Normwoyle , Dixie Normwoyle , Dave Murphy , Cecil Bertrand , Wendy Workman , Lump Collins ,

Left and never came back to my friends , My sister Linda Mallette was the last one there . She now lives in Kanata , Bill lives in Orangeville and I'm in Milton .

Best memories hay rides at st. josephs High School , Barn dances adn skating on the Ottawa River .
- beaver5court
anybody know anything about a Murder Mystery Dinner on the 23rd somewhere in St.Clair Beach/Tecumseh? Who do I contact?
- mpatrick

May. 16, 2008


- Keswick

May. 15, 2008

Would like to know what I should bring and what are the major expenses I should be aware of
- sylvia25
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