Pvt. Thomas Neill and Hill 70

Thomas Neill had joined the Canadian Expeditionary Force along with his brother James in March 1916, when he enlisted with the 111th South Waterloo Battalion. They had completed basic training at Camp Borden, Ontario and sailed together to England for further training. Thomas had remained in England in various training camps for an entire year,... Continue Reading →

Canada’s Penitentiary Museum

Written by Emily Manson I’ve been to Canada’s Penitentiary Museum a few times, but I learn something new each time I visit. The site is small but picturesque and packed with fascinating history. It is located directly across the street from Kingston Penitentiary, in the former Warden’s residence. The building of a house for the... Continue Reading →

Cloyne Pioneer Museum

By Andrea Gyimah Situated among the abundant lakes of Addington Highlands,  the town of Cloyne, Ontario evokes the nostalgia of its logging past. The donation-run Cloyne Pioneer Museum and Archives serves as a time machine for those interested in taking a look at the history of the logging and timber industries in Southeastern Ontario. It... Continue Reading →

Camp X at the Military C&E Museum

KAM volunteers had last visited the Military Communications & Electronics Museum in March for their 'March Of Museums' activities. Since it had been a great success with the troops (aka kids), we decided to come back a couple of weeks ago. Not only to cool off after a hot day spent at nearby Grass Creek... Continue Reading →

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