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  • Do you ever wonder about Home history in Port Arthur? Court Street's Civil War Connection

    Court Street’s Civil War Connection

    1906– Port Arthur Nestled between Wolseley and Van Horn streets at the end of city limits, sits a stately home. It is comprised of three floors overlooking Lake Superior and the Sleeping Giant, it…

  • Clarence Stiles RAF Pilot

    Do you Recognize these Pilots?

    Seeking Families who recognize their loved ones who served in the RAF & RCAF during WWII. These images were captured in Moncton, New Brunswick. Our Nana, Glenna May Golden (nee Hare), I believe, was quite the cosmopolitan…

  • Three Blokes and a Tiger Moth, 1943 photo by Glenna Hare | Alex Inspired
    History Snap Shots

    Sunday Snapshots – 1943

    Today’s Sunday snapshots were all taken by my Nana, Glenna Golden (nee Hare). Her pictures illuminate the year 1943 in Moncton, New Brunswick. During this time, Moncton was part of the British Commonwealth Air…

  • Zeddy Bear (Zellers), waving good bye to Target |Alex Inspired - a Canadian Perspective

    Au Revoir, Tar-Jay

    Dear Zellers, je suis désolé. It appears Target, commonly referred to as “Tar-jay” by all Canadians, (in our best outrageous French Accents) missed the bullseye with “Great White North” customers. As announced, Target revealed…

  • Minneapolis Club Staff, Courtesy of the Minneapolis Club
    Genealogy History

    Onwards, to the Minneapolis Club!

    Treasure Hunting has been absolutely enthralling … it’s fascinating how far we’ve come; the mere click of a mouse and a few keystrokes can access information almost instantly. Through the power of the internet…