To snowshoe in the most beautiful winter surroundings gives the body and soul tremendous well-being.The simplicity of practicing this sport makes it the easiest of all winter sports, because if you can walk, you can snowshoe.By Jennifer Jackson When Craig Smith, co-owner of O’Niel’s Farm Equipment Ltd.in Binbrook, told Robert Meier, Territory Sales Manager for central and eastern Ontario for Case IH, about a 1930s A-6 Case combine that was up for sale at auction, it wasn’t long before the pair set a plan in place for the piece of equipment.
The new dominion expanded by incorporating other parts of British North America, finishing with Newfoundland and Labrador in 1949.
The two 19th century Plains Indian war clubs are not grooved.
Nor are the two hand axes or celts at the are:from the former Blake Mc Kendry Collection, in Kingston, ON; a granite maul from Kettle Point, ON; two mauls collected from Blackfeet territory, near Hawarden, SK.
The combine needed to be restored and Meier knew the right team for the job: the local 4-H machinery club.
by JIM ALGIE The Northern Livestock Pilot project announced in May by Jeff Leal, Ontario Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, followed both a provincial strategy and a growth plan for agricultural opportunities in northern Ontario.