Category Archives: History of Pakwash

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Ear Falls Bridge Commemoration

Ear Falls Bridge Commemoration September 30, 2011 On Friday, September 30th, 2011 in Ear Falls a bridge was dedicated in memory of Cst. Calvin Fulford.  Cst. Fulford was killed in the line of duty in 1958 at the age of 28.  He left behind his wife and three children.  The bridge will serve as a […]

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Ear Falls Hydro Power Development

Hydro Power Development During the 1920s the Federal Government considered proposals to regulate the water in the Winnipeg River.  By constructing the dam at the head of Lac Seul, the lake would become a large reservoir, retaining the spring run-off for use by power developments downstream on both the English and Winnipeg River systems.  Lower […]

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Ear Falls Parks and Trails

Parks and Trails Take advantage of the local trials all year round. In the summer months, mountain biking, ATVs and hiking are great ways to see the wildlife and experience the outdoors. In the winter months, bring along a thermos of hot chocolate and find enjoyment in snowmobiling, snow showing and cross country skiing. Public […]

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Red Lake Ontario, Born to fly Pete McLeod – Red Bull Air Racer

Pete McLeod from Red Lake loves to fly.  Congratulations on all your success Pete! Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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Pakwash Lake Bush Planes in 1946

Bush plane bringing in supplies to Pakwash Bay, 1946. Location is said to Pakwash Bay known today as the Pakwash Provincial Park. Great Picture from Gateway to the North. Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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Laurentian Goldfields Update For Pakwash

http://www.laurentiangoldfields.com/s/Updates.asp?ReportID=428496 A fantastic summer of fieldwork is behind us and most of the Laurentian Goldfields exploration team is taking a little time off before a busy winter season starts up. We still have a crew hard at work in the Abitibi, as part of our ongoing generative program in Quebec, but we expect them home […]

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Ear Fall’s Griffith Mine Update

So what’s happening around the Griffith Mine. Check out this Link Griffith Mine History The Griffith Property was originally staked in 1953 by L. Dempster, J. Dempster and A. C. Mosher, employees of a syndicate managed by Calmor Mines Limited. Iron Bay Mines Limited was formed in February 1954 and acquired the Griffith Property. An […]

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Ear Falls History Link.

http://www.ear-falls.com/pdfs/efhistory.pdf Some interesting info on Ear Falls History.Check it out. Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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Arrow heads found on the shores in Ear Falls

Yes you can find great history on the Shores of Pakwash Lake & Lac Seul. Hunting has a rich history in the Ear Falls area. Here are a few treasures found when the water was low last spring. Back to the website http://www.pakwashlakecamp.com/

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Pakwash Lake and where is the GOLD!

Laurentian Goldfields Ltd. TSX VENTURE: LGFLaurentian Goldfields Ltd.Feb 03, 2011 08:17 ETLaurentian Goldfields Ltd. Commences Drilling at Goldpines North Joint Venture VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA–(Marketwire – Feb. 3, 2011) – Laurentian Goldfields Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:LGF) (“Laurentian”, or, the “Company”) is pleased to announce that diamond drilling at the Goldpines North Joint Venture (“GPNJV”), a 50/50 joint […]