Silent sentinels tell a story about Canada
Silent sentinels tower over Ontario’s Georgian Bay, seemingly guarding Collingwood’s harbour and providing a visual navigation beacon for boats, ships, and even aircraft.
Silent they may be, but their continued presence tells a story about the history of Canada.
Wooden sailing ships in the 19th and early 20th centuries brought grain from western Canada to Collingwood. Even the grain silos themselves were made of wood. Wooden sailing ships gave way to
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