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Victory gardens <b>(4 photos)</b>

Victory gardens (4 photos)

This week in Remember This, Mary shares a story of how people handled a major crisis a few generations ago
Mr. Powell’s daughter <b>(4 photos)</b>

Mr. Powell’s daughter (4 photos)

This week, Mary shares the tragic story of the Spanish flu and its impact on a self-sacrificing nurse from Barrie in 1918
Deerfoot, first man to carry His Majesty's Mails <b> (4 photos)</b>

Deerfoot, first man to carry His Majesty's Mails (4 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary Harris recounts the story of Eli Corbiere who carried the mail on foot, through the bush, alone between Barrie and Holland Landing
Mr. Graham’s neighbourhood

Mr. Graham’s neighbourhood

This week in Remember This, Mary traces the rise and fall of the Graham legacy of tanning and textiles
Unfortunates: The Wonch family, part three <b>(4 photos)</b>

Unfortunates: The Wonch family, part three (4 photos)

This week in Remember This, Mary shares the final outcome in the trial surrounding a Collingwood family, where Jenny Wonch made history by testifying on her own behalf
Unfortunates: The Wonch family, part two <b>(4 photos)</b>

Unfortunates: The Wonch family, part two (4 photos)

This week in Remember This, Mary shares part two of the tale of a Collingwood family who often found themselves in the news of the late 1800s, including a double murder
Unfortunates: The Wonch family, part one <b>(4 photos)</b>

Unfortunates: The Wonch family, part one (4 photos)

This week in Remember This, Mary shares part one of a two-part tale of a large Collingwood area family who often found themselves in the news of the late 1800s, including a double murder
Robbie Burns: The people's poet <b>(4 photos)</b>

Robbie Burns: The people's poet (4 photos)

This week in Remember This, Mary relates the story of a most successful Scottish banquet held at the Queen's Hotel under the auspices of Balmoral Camp No. 10, Sons of Scotland
Bloomer girls on men's bicycles cause quite a stir in 1897!

Bloomer girls on men's bicycles cause quite a stir in 1897!

The reporter added that a large number of citizens were demanding to know the names of these bloomer-wearing women
Tailor's name still ties him to the past at downtown shop

Tailor's name still ties him to the past at downtown shop

John Franklin Craig, who ran for the Conservatives in 1934, has his name in mosaic tiles in front of 42 Dunlop St. E. in this week's Remember This