The Algoma Blog

Algoma’s Fresh Food Markets – Eat, Shop and be Entertained

Nothing is better then stopping at a summer market in Algoma to grab a bite to eat or pick up some produce for a delicious dinner. Fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and baking are in abundance from the local farmers, bakers and butchers. Talented artisans sell their wares at the markets where you can purchase a […]

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I Run Algoma: Run the King

I’m certain there are a number of people who have had “The King” on their Algoma bucket list and believe me, there has never been a better time for a rip to the tallest peak our region has to offer. Originally part of Ontario’s first Forest Fire Detection Network, the King now stands in all […]

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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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How to Spend 24 Sweet Hours in the Sault

It’s dreadful to think I nearly missed the chance to explore Sault Ste Marie the other weekend. A couple days before a friend and I were headed off for a business trip from Sudbury to Wawa we realized there was time to stop in the Sault for a day on the way back. We added […]

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About the Canadian Bushplane Heritage Centre Hanger

The CBHC museum is located in the historical hangar located on the St. Mary’s River in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. The hanger was first established by the Ontario Provincial Air Service in 1924 with pilots returning home from the war. Originally, it was created as an air service used to map areas in Canada and […]

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