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  • 1 Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site Interesting

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    1 Canal Dr. CDN - Sault-Ste-Marie P6A 6W4

    To bypass the rapids, the North West Company completed the first lock and canal in 1798 (destroyed during the War of 1812). Since then, locks of increasing size have been constructed; today, the enormous ships of the Great Lakes are able to bypass th..

  • 2 City Hall Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    99 Foster Drive CDN - Sault-Ste-Marie P6A 5X6

    Dominated by its attractive City Hall, built of copper-coloured reflecting glass. Nearby stands the permanently berthed MS Norgoma (B), the last overnight passenger ship used on the Great Lakes. On board the ship is a museum of Great Lakes history.

  • 3 Ermatinger / Clergue House Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    831 Queen-St. East CDN - Sault-Ste-Marie P6A 2A8

    This attractive Georgian stone house was built in 1814 by Charles Oakes Ermatinger, a partner in the North West Company, and his Ojibway wife, Charlotte. Among the guests was Paul Kane (1810-71), who made several long canoe trips across Canada, sketc..

  • 4 Festival Theatre

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    CDN - Sault-Ste-Marie

    The building contains an apron, or thrust stage, surrounded by audience seating on three sides. This modern development of the Elizabethan stage used in Shakespeare's day was revolutionary in the 1950s (but much copied since) because no elaborate sce..

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