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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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Ontario Heritage Conference June 6 – 9, 2013


An Invitation The Ontario Heritage Conference 2013 happens in Historic Huronia, June 7 – 9, 2013! Our theme:  Rediscover the Past to Enhance the  Future,                                                                  the role of heritage in economic development Your hosts are the Local Organizing Committee, including … Continue reading

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A History of Tay Township


Introduction The Township of Tay is located in northern Simcoe County on the shores of Severn Sound, better known as Georgian Bay in Ontario in Canada. The municipal boundaries, as reorganized in 1994, stretch from County Road 93 and the … Continue reading

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