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The coming of the train in the 1890s ended the almost complete isolation of Morin Township. The train brought in the first summer, then all year, visitors to Morin and started a lively tourist industry, especially with the development of skiing in the 1920s. Train service was ended in the 1960s and now the former rail bed is the Aerobic Corridor - providing a cross-country ski trail in winter and a hiking trail in summer.
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Raoul Pagé bought the blacksmith shop in Morin Heights in 1934.
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St. Mungo's United Church was undergoing the final phase of its extensive restoration work. (Photo - R. MacLeod)
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The 2015 AGM Luncheon and Awards Ceremony was expertly catered by local caterer Aux Lubies Gourmandes. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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Rod MacLeod (QAHN Past-President, Montreal Committee Chair, and Editor of Quebec Heritage News) (centre) was presented with a Special Recognition Award by Executive Director Matthew Farfan (right) and President Simon Jacobs. (Photo - courtesy)
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The 2015 Richard Evans Award was presented to the Scotch Road Cemetery Association, represented here by Cecil McPhee and other members of the committee. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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2015 Marion Phelps Award winner Elaine Fuller (centre) received her award from President Simon Jacobs (left) and Awards Committee member Ann Montgomery (right). (Photo - M. Farfan)
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Argenteuil MNA Yves St-Denis (centre) was welcomed by QAHN president Simon Jacobs and piper Cecil McPhee. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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Keynote speaker Michael Cooper of the Fairbairn House in Wakefield gave a fascinating account of his career working with volunteers on community heritage projects. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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This lovely stone church, under restoration at the time, was the scene of the Saturday luncheon and annual awards ceremony during the 2015 QAHN convention. (Photo - M. Farfan)