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<b>Remember This?</b> When is a jail not a jail?

Remember This? When is a jail not a jail?

When it's a sanctuary
<b>Remember This?</b> Uncovering The Market's fascinating previous life

Remember This? Uncovering The Market's fascinating previous life

Mary goes exploring, and finds something interesting in the hidden spaces at 41 Dunlop
<b>Remember This?</b> Player’s Diner slips into the history books

Remember This? Player’s Diner slips into the history books

Many nostalgia seekers stopped in for one last bite, to reminisce and to say goodbye to Moe, the last owner, who was looking forward to retirement
<b>Remember This?</b> You see some interesting things on a rainy walk through the cemetery

Remember This? You see some interesting things on a rainy walk through the cemetery

Posses, prime ministers and paid-for punches
<b>Remember This?</b> Grand old lady refuses to reveal her age

Remember This? Grand old lady refuses to reveal her age

Once home to some of Barrie's most distinguished denizens, 89 Bayfield St. now serves as a popular eating spot
<b>Remember This?</b> Still alive at 55 <b>(5 photos)</b>

Remember This? Still alive at 55 (5 photos)

Mary stops for breakfast at the historic Midway Diner
<b>Remember This?</b> The fiery history of the Simcoe Hotel

Remember This? The fiery history of the Simcoe Hotel

Mary Harris plumbs the depths of the local landmark's history, and its basement
<b>Remember This?</b> 'Every storm has a story to tell'

Remember This? 'Every storm has a story to tell'

This is the tale of the EF4 tornado that struck in 1985
<b>Remember This?</b> We need to talk about the cook book ladies

Remember This? We need to talk about the cook book ladies

A collection of recipes put down on paper by a group of Barrie women 117 years ago endure and will be celebrated this month
<b>Remember This?</b> The dawn of family camping in Barrie

Remember This? The dawn of family camping in Barrie

Early tourist operations were seen as appealing only to the poorest class. One Barrie alderman likened one such spot to 'a squatter's camp'