Tag: History

Murder, Bigamy & New Beginnings

Full of surprising twists and unexpected turns, the story of the Wicklow family leads from the dankest of prison cells to the office of the Prime Minister himself.
By Elysia DeLaurentis

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Turns of the Century

As the Toronto Ski Club turns 100, we take a schuss down memory lane.
By Kate MacLennan, photos courtesy of the Toronto Ski Club.

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The Great Storm of 1913

In the deadliest event in the history of Great Lakes Navigation, a four-day storm, struck with relentless force in November 1913. The storm left in its wake 19 vessels lost and an estimated 248 sailors killed.

Script by Ken Maher, Historical photos courtesy of the Collingwood Museum.

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Onward Bound

In the spring of 1969, two friends headed out on horseback for the adventure of a lifetime.

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Deena’s Most Excellent Adventure

In 2016 Escarpment Magazine publisher Deena Dolan Findlay initiated a four-year “phasing out” retirement plan… after stepping back her responsibilities, she stayed on as art director. In this, our first “post Deena” issue, renowned Canadian author Dorris Heffron pays tribute to Deena in a way that only an internationally acclaimed writer can.

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