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West Rouge Old Trails History – Part 2

16. June 2010

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West Rouge Old Trails History – Part 2

by Dianalyn Kennedy (continued from Part 1) Cecil White had a dream. His dream was to create the Venice of the North, Rouge Hills. And what an elaborate scheme it was! “Rouge Hills has no competitor. It stands pre-eminent and fair in the main. It is the Newport, the Miami, the Long Beach of Canada. […]

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West Rouge Old Trails History – Part 1

16. June 2010

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West Rouge Old Trails History – Part 1

by Dianalyn Kennedy West Rouge resident and former Features Editor, West Rouge Review. Reprinted from the winter 1998 and spring 1999 editions of the West Rouge Review magazine. Twelve thousand years ago, the glaciers retreated from southern Ontario and nomadic peoples came in search of food and more hospitable living conditions. Although there has been […]

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History of the West Rouge -Late 1700′s to 1800′s

16. June 2010

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History of the West Rouge -Late 1700′s to 1800′s

The information which is outlined in this history is based upon research performed by Liz Harding. 1700’s – History of the West Rouge Community Centre

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History of the West Rouge – 1900′s

16. June 2010

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History of the West Rouge – 1900′s

The information which is outlined in this history is based upon research performed by Liz Harding. 1900′s – History of the West Rouge Community Centre

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