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Category Archives: buildings
Stone Butter Church – Comiaken Hill In the 1870 Roman Catholic missionaries were intent bringing the local Cowichan Indian communities into their flock. Father Peter Rondeault, a missionary to the Cowichan Indians, decided to build a church for the Cowichan … Continue reading
St Ann’s Roman Catholic Church – Duncan Related Posts:Ontario – St. Hughes Roman CatholicSt Ann’s Catholic Church and CemeterySaint Michael – WellingtonSt Peter’s Anglican Church
St. Peter’s, Quamichan, Anglican Church Related Posts:Moving the churchWoodgrove Christian Community ChurchSt Ann’s Roman Catholic ChurchNanaimo – the big salmon
A house that was once full of people with stories to tell… Related Posts:Ontario – another old houseTofino – the Ice HouseOld houses – Campbell RiverAn old house
Thomson Bros. Lumber Co. LTD sawmill – still operating In 1966, 19 year old Joe Thomson left a $2.25 an hour union job at Field Sawmills, purchased 2½ acres with a house next to Cumberland Road for $3,500, and built … Continue reading
Glacier Gardens arena Related Posts:Fauxtoart – The way it wasn’tThe Rose GardenThe Gardens on AndertonThe Gardens on Anderton
Looking up town from the Nanaimo Assembly Wharf And a slightly wider view that highlights the industrial heritage that drove Nanaimo… Related Posts:Nanaimo Chinese CemeteryNanaimoThe big picture – Nanaimo assembly wharfKey West
Pipers Lagoon is one of my favorite places to watch the world go by. Except for a few brief moments at slack tide, the water in the lagoon flows with great speed through the small opening into Georgia Strait. Birds … Continue reading