Category Archives: World War Two

CFB Borden Legacy Project


Figure 1: Camp Borden c. 1916. Photo Courtesy of Huronia’s Past and Present 2016 is the 100th anniversary of Canadian Forces Base Borden in Angus Ontario. In commemoration of this anniversary Base Borden has built the CFB Centennial Memorial Wall … Continue reading

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Waverley Cenotaph


  The Waverley Cenotaph is a memorial built in 1920 for the Townships of Medonte, Tay, Tiny, and Flos; it was erected in commemoration of the men and women of these townships who died in war, and located next to … Continue reading

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Brodeur Brothers Boat Builders


Brodeur Bros. Boat Builders was a small family firm located on the shores of Georgian Bay in Waubaushene. It operated from 1932 to 1947.                                                Figure 1: The Brodeur Brothers c1935

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Remembrance Day in Tay Township


  Port McNicoll Remembrance Day Parade Date: Nov 08, 2014 – Nov 08, 2014 Location: 369 Second St, Port Mcnicoll, ON L0K1R0 Saturday, November 8th – Fall in at Legion at 10:00; march off at 10:30 a.m. to march to … Continue reading

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Photographs of Remembrance Day service at Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Canada


On November 10, 2012, nearly 300 people attended an outdoor wreath laying service in Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Canada.  Members of the Canadian Forces and the Knights of Columbus were among those attending.  Tay Township Mayor Scott Warnock was among the … Continue reading

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Grand Reopening of the Victoria Harbour Range Light


After an extensive rebuilding project last year, Tay Township is pleased to announce that the Victoria Harbour Range Light is reopen for public viewing. To celebrate the achievement, Tay Township and the Tay Heritage Committee are holding a grand reopening ceremony … Continue reading

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