The Algoma Blog

Spring Bear Hunt in Algoma

This story was first published in the 2017 edition of the Algoma Travel Guide. The story and photos were submitted to us by Keith Beasley, Co-host of “Canada in the Rough”. As the bald eagle soared low over my head, just above the tree line, and the meandering brook narrowed into a small waterfall behind […]

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A Truly Unique Dining Experience

Enjoy a Heritage Meal at the Old Stone House

“The stone house la maison de Pierre, as they call it, a large mansion built of stone by a former agent of the Northwest Hudson Bay Company, who lived there with his family, servants, horses and hounds and gave hospitable dinners in those days when it was the fashion for the host to do so…” […]

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5 Reasons to Visit Algoma This Summer

It was only when I left Ontario that I realized the true enormity of the province. The first time I left the homeland on my own was in 2006, and I was off to explore Ireland. I saw Ireland as this nation bursting with culture but couldn’t quite grasp that Ontario was much the same. […]

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Prince Township Pavilion: Grand Opening

Prince Township always has open arms for everyone so it’s time to come and explore this beautiful township. As part of the Trans Canada Trail, the community connects starting at Lake Superior in Gros Cap to Sudbury and Lake Huron along a trail you can cycle, hike or walk. Learn more here: Lake Huron North […]

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Five Days of Winter in Algoma – Day Five – Snow Day In The Soo

Skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking, ice fishing, time sure flies when your having fun. Hard to believe that we are on the last day of our five days of winter in Algoma adventure. The day five agenda is road tripping north along the shore of Lake Superior in search of the famous ice caves. Well that […]

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