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The frozen lake, Beneath the silent moon, Sleeps. Covered in blankets of ice, Soft eiderdowns of snow, She stirs below... Soon ready to throw off her winter covers,
Story Rendering of Friday Harbour, Innisfil, Ont. by Geranium Corp. Geranium Corp Developer Earl Rumm is a long-time cottager who understands the cottage trade-off: A relaxing weekend in the Muskoka and Kawartha Lakes countryside often comes only at
He was one of two passengers ejected from a car as Trevor Middleton used his pickup truck to run a group of Asian-Canadian anglers and their friends off a dark country road more than five years ago. Shayne Berwick was propelled through the windshield
Do Canadians bring to fore Annaleise Carr’s heroism? By Dhreff Anchor for Allvoices
The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Jun. 29 2012, 6:27 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Jun. 29 2012, 6:27 PM EDT Friday Harbour sits at the mouth of an abandoned Lake Simcoe marina, a resort development that promises city-weary Torontonians a year-round
Story Materials as diverse as tin, copper, iron, steel, basswood, cherry, maple, bamboo, limestone and 42 colours of paint went into this Ontario cottage. gallery The quick reply comes from the owners, a couple who we shall call Mr and Mrs Smith.
A few expensive life-jackets weren't saved when 26 fishermen were rescued from an ice floe in March. When Barrie firefighters joined several emergency services during the rescue on Lake Simcoe, six of their special technician life-jackets disappeared.
Just days after a dramatic rescue of 26 fisherman stranded on an ice floe, two more anglers had to plucked from a chunk of ice in Lake Simcoe...They were spotted Tuesday afternoon, reportedly getting as far as about 200 metres from shore, and brought
It's the warning Rick Cryderman often hears from his uncle before he heads onto the ice off Oro-Medonte township, near the village of Shanty Bay, to fish. But in his 20 years of ice fishing, the 47-year-old Orillia auto body painter never knew just
A helicopter is rescuing a group of about 24 people stranded on a large chunk of ice drifting near Lake Simcoe's western shore, about 100 km north of Toronto. Patty Phillips called police when she spotted the large group of people and two four-