People of Kingston celebrated the opening of the Waaban Crossing on December 13, 2022. Words that come to mind are "We built it." Then make the commendable addition: "On time and on Budget!"
I purposely have delayed writing the season-end report until the season is officially over. As I write, the National Weather Service in Buffalo is issuing a blizzard and Bomb Cyclone warning for the Great Lakes . . .
"Downward Bound will bring ship enthusiasts another step closer to the mesmerizing vessels so often seen along the St. Lawrence while also highlighting what the Seaway has to offer,"
I had no idea when I went out for a short paddle that I would end up discovering a language developed almost 200 years ago, not too far north from the River. My morning started out with a picture I took of what looked like a typical ship heading toward Boldt Castle . . .
“Home canned food has a different,
“Home canned food has a different, fresher flavor— and you don’t realize how easy it is to ‘put up’,” says May Irwin, in her 1922 column on cooking . . .
Definition of Network: “a group or system of interconnected people or things.” Simple explanation, Eh!
However, looking closely the new Gananoque Arts Network (GAN) takes on real meaning.
News Items, Arrive Can, Cataraqui Conservation proposed changes, poetry, and ABM photographs by Rick Casali.
There will be many tributes given in the future but this editor was fortunate as TI Life was able to highlight Will Salisbury's work many times over the years. I am pleased to share them again today.
On July 16th, the Grand Opening ceremonies for the Thousand Islands Boat Museum’s new waterfront Boathouse facility were held in Gananoque.
Using archival photos, mainly from the Town of Gananoque Civic Collection, the walking Tour App allows participants to see the shifting or constant use of Gananoque’s built heritage over the last 200 years.
In 2011 – at the beginning of "Pies for God's Sake" project, someone said they should call it "Pies for God." However, Peggy said, "No, let's call it Pies for "God's Sake."
Thousand Island Park Landmark Society Launches Local History Project - a press release that makes this editor, Susie Smith very happy indeed.
It appears that Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority (CRCA) is planning on making major changes to what we can and cannot do with our waterfront properties.
“Microplastic Pollution Discovered in St. Lawrence River” was the headline of a news release in September 2014, as McGill University . . .
How can one have fun with the kids and still ensure that an accidents, like the two mentioned in this article, doesn’t occur? It’s pretty simple if you observe the following 12 safety tips.
These articles may have been lost to time if they hadn’t been discovered and preserved by a chance meeting with Karen Killian. Karen has made it her personal mission to preserve the history of the Thousand Islands. . .
As part of Canada’s efforts to reduce the spread of Covid 19, the ArriveCAN app has been developed by Canada Border Patrol (CBP) and the Canada Public Health Agency (CPHA). There is also information about entering the USA by boat.
The sight of a century-old island cottage engulfed in flames is terribly sad. But watching it transform from first smoke to roaring blaze in just five hundred seconds shocked me.