with Darryl Wines
Lake Simcoe was known across North America as one of the purest and most abundant sources of ice. At its peak, the ice industry was harvesting up to 50,000 tons of ice from Lake Simcoe for distribution to hotels and households, and for use in refrigerating railway boxcars. Join Darryl for a glimpse of this almost forgotten industry that was once a cornerstone of the winter economy.
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