Along the Shore
Head to the Baggage Building Arts Centre at Prince Arthur’s Landing for the 5th annual Waterfront Artist’s Exhibition, June 2-25. Then, enjoy an art sale June 24-25, featuring one-of-a-kind gems and treasures. With 20 local creators,
Kayaking is one of the activities offered through the Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute. | Submitted
Duluth—There’s a group in Duluth that’s empowering people with medical conditions, injuries and disabilities to lead active, healthy lifestyles and get back out in the community. It’s called Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute.
“We provide safe, fun learning
Remnants at a logging camp near Hurkett, Ontario. | KATHY TOIVONEN
Hurkett—For context, it must be noted that prisoner of war (POW) camps detained German army officers, German soldiers, and interned Japanese and Italian immigrants. From these camps, enlisted German soldiers, who were considered to be a low risk
The Rebellion in the North-West Territory of Canada: Colonial Troops marching over the ice of Nepigon Bay, Lake Superior, Ontario: 1885. | LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA
Nipigon—The extreme terrain along Lake Superior’s northern shore had a part to play in the first all-Canadian war. But what is not documented in the history books, is what was actually going on in Nipigon, when the 1885 Northwest Resistance unfolded.
It started when the
The Outlaw Bridge was built by Minnesota and Canadian citizens, with no help or oversight from their respective federal governments. | Cook County Historical Society
Pigeon River—Folks in the Northern Wilds pride themselves on being independent. That adventurous spirit has a long history and includes many stories of determination. Perhaps none more legendary than the tale of the “Outlaw Bridge,” built in
It’s a 90-minute sail on Sail Superior’s 40-foot Frodo to get to Trowbridge Island, which is located about 15 miles northeast of Thunder Bay. | ELLE ANDRA-WARNER
Thunder Bay—This summer, one of Ontario’s prettiest lighthouses on Lake Superior—Trowbridge Island Lighthouse—is getting a fresh look, thanks to the volunteers of the Canadian Lighthouses of Lake Superior Inc. (CLLS), an umbrella organization