In 1875, you could no longer take the last train to Claksville in central Ontario. Clarksville was renamed ‘Bee Town’ in honour David Allanson Jones who moved there in the 1860s and became the first commercial bee keeper in Canada. … Continue reading
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Fields of gold dot the landscape of Simcoe County; fields of green, yellow, blue, and, in the fall, fields of burnt orange. You can pick asparagus in the spring, strawberries, blueberries and raspberries in the summer and apples and pumpkins … Continue reading
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As it probably does across the country, November marks the beginning of Christmas craft show season in Simcoe County. You can find one or two almost every weekend. The Sugar Plum Fair in Alliston has, by far, the best name … Continue reading