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<em>Arctic</em> Shipwreck Added to Historic Register
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Arctic Shipwreck Added to Historic Register


Another Lake Michigan shipwreck has made the State Register of Historic Places, according to the Wisconsin Historical Society. The Arctic Shipwreck, located near Manitowoc, is a tug that was built in 1881 and sank in 1930. The Arctic is now protected by state law; divers may not remove artifact.... Read More

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Tiara Sep 10 2019

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The Canadian Riviera

The Canadian Riviera

Norfolk County, Ontario

As a Canadian, I’m always amused when I travel abroad and face the inevitable stereotypes that arise the moment after someone asks me where I’m from. All around the world, people seem to embrace a romantic image of Canada that’s built upon Mounties, igloos, maple syrup and totem poles — a living, breathing snow globe where a hockey game could break out at any moment. And while those things are very much a part of our national fabric, there’s a lot more to Canada than just the Great White North. Indeed, one of our better-kept secrets is the fact we also have a Great White South, which we affectionately refer to as the Canadian Riviera. That little piece of paradise is better known as Norfolk County, the delightful, welcoming region that lies on the north shore of Lake Erie nestled behind the protection of Long Point, and includes the lakeside towns of Port Dover, Turkey Point, St. Williams and Port Rowan. It’s aptly named because the fact is that our Canadian Riviera actually sits farther south than the French one. It sounds unbelievable, but at 42 degrees north latitude, the town of Turkey Point, Ontario, is about 70 miles closer to the eq.....

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