Turnips are part of the first of two donations the Food Bank Farm is making to the Sault Ste. Marie Soup Kitchen Community Centre. Colin Templeton and his partner Isabelle Trottier-Saucier started as market gardeners last year, before deciding to become a full time food bank farm this season. "Every week there would be some left over at the end of the market and we would take that food and donate it to the food banks," said Templeton.
Speedboat enthusiasts will see nearly 40 high-powered, expensive machines on local waterways in and near Sault Ste. Marie this weekend. Tourism officials say they have almost double the amount of participants this year for the 2nd annual "Poker Run.” And they say that is great for the economy. "Each boat comes with two, to three, to sometimes five people. For example today a number of the boaters came early and they're all on the Agawa Canyon tour train today. So it's getting that spinoff effect.
With more than three kilometres of white sand beach alongside Lake Superior, Pancake Bay Provincial Park is one of the most picturesque and popular places in the north. Now, with the addition of water and sand accessibility devices, everyone can enjoy the scenery. "It's great to finally feel like I can be on the beach with everyone else,” said Shannon Gowans.
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