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Renovations to Offer Unique View of Lock

August 24, 2010 – For the first time in more than a decade, the bottom of the recreational lock at the Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site is visible again. Engineers will be venturing into the bottom of the lock to repair the upstream butterfly valves near the stop logs, fix the sill where the winter gates sit at the downstream end of the lock, and replace the ladders.

Wave Wave
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The Hill - Trailer The Hill - Trailer
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Soldier for a day! Soldier for a day!
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Treasures to preserve Treasures to preserve
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HMCS Haida HMCS Haida
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A sense of place A sense of place
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2010 Arctic Surveys 2010 Arctic Surveys
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Fort Langley Louis S. St. Laurent
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Fort George Fort George
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Coteau-du-Lac Coteau-du-Lac
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Fort Langley Fort Langley
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Louisbourg Louisbourg
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