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This day in our history

Provided by the Fort Erie Museum


1852 - Bertie Township Council passes a motion to petition the Governor General for separation of the Counties of Lincoln and Welland. (FEHM Files, Bertie Township Council Minutes)


1866 - A Canadian intelligence agent working in Buffalo sends a telegram to the British Consul reporting the presence of “many strange military men” in the city. (Fighting for Canada: Seven Battles 1758–1945, Donald F. Graves, ed., 2000, p. 141)


1927 - Kenneth (Scottie) Millar of Fort Erie becomes the first foot passenger to cross the Peace Bridge. He crossed both ways while playing the bagpipes. (FEHM Files)

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  • Ask A Dietitian (5/29)
  • Opening Day at Fort Erie Race Track (5/30)
  • Twilight Racing & Free Concert Series (5/30)
  • Let's Get Cooking (5/30)
  • Bridges CHC Social Group (5/30)
  • Bridges CHC- Diabetes Hot Topics (6/1)
  • Artist Discovery Exhibit Spring 2017 (6/3)
  • Canada 150 Mosaic Project (6/6)
  • Quit Smoking Group (6/6)
  • Canada 150 Mosaic Project (6/7)
  • An Evening of Hope featuring the Paul James Band (6/10)
  • Fort Erie Corporate Challenge 2017 (6/11)
  • Bridges CHC- Social Group (6/13)
  • Park Day with the Ontario Early Years Centre (6/14)
  • What Every Senior Should Know (6/14)