Lambton Generating Station

The Lambton Generating Station was a coal-fuelled power plant located on the St. Clair River near Corunna, Ontario, delivering up to 950 MW of power to the grid. It is owned by Ontario Power Generation. The plant previously had a total generating capacity of 1,976 MW, prior to the permanent shutdown of generating units 1 and 2 (of four) in October 2010. The remaining… Read more“Lambton Generating Station”

International Plowing Match & Rural Expo (2018)

The International Plowing Match and Rural Expo (IPM for short) is an annual event held in cities and towns across Canada. This year I was fortunate enough that it was hosted in my neck of the woods. Only two times before 2018 has the match been held in Chatham-Kent, once… Read more“International Plowing Match & Rural Expo (2018)”

Chatham’s Field Of Dreams

In the glory days of Baseball, Rotary Park was considered one of the premier destinations for baseball in Southwestern Ontario. It’s spacious grandstand and amazingly crafted infield was the home diamond to numerous Ontario Baseball Association winning teams during an era when Chatham was considered a dynasty of the highest… Read more“Chatham’s Field Of Dreams”

Tiger Stadium

This is the old home of the Detroit Tigers since their founding in 1912. I snapped this beauty in 2014 on a trip across the border to The Motor City. Located in the Corktown district of Downtown Detroit, it was Previously Known as Briggs Stadium, The Detroit Tigers played their… Read more“Tiger Stadium”

Toronto Blue Jays VS Tampa Bay Devil Rays (Community Living Day 2007)

One of the greatest thrills for me was going to see my heroes the Toronto Blue Jays take on the Tampa Bay Devil Rays on a sunny May Day in 2007. My grandfather had always wanted to take me and my brother but sadly he passed away before he could… Read more“Toronto Blue Jays VS Tampa Bay Devil Rays (Community Living Day 2007)”

Weston’s Bread (Kitchener Ontario)

The Weston’s name, like Schneiders is synonymous with the Kitchener-Waterloo Area. Opened in 1948 on sprawling real estate at 580 Victoria Street you always knew what part of town you were in when a rich mellow aroma of freshly baked products flowed into your nostrils.As a boy I recall that… Read more“Weston’s Bread (Kitchener Ontario)”