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Sault Ste. Marie

Frank Sarlo – A Special Place

Lisa Tucker 30 January 2024 1413 128 4


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“This book is not about comparing Sault Ste. Marie and area to other places but to reflect on its spirit and soul and that of our people, which make it a special place. It is the magnificent beauty of the waters and the mountains and forests of the Cambrian Shield. It is our unique history, the importance of the rapids and the healing powers of our waters, trees, plants and stones. It is our work to preserve our history and create our future.”


Frank Sarlo graduated as valedictorian in the first graduating class at St. Mary’s College in Sault Ste. Marie; received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from University of Windsor; received a Bachelor of Law from Osgoode Hall in Toronto; and was called to the Ontario Bar in 1969. The Province of Ontario appointed him Queen’s Counsel in 1985. After retiring from the practice of law in 2008, he was accepted into a Doctorate program at the University of Bristol in Bristol, U.K. in Policy Studies. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in 2013.

Visit: vincentplacessm.ca/a-special-place-by-frank-sarlo

Visit: paulinesplacessm.org

There was a time you could walk across the rapids at Baawating on the backs of the whitefish.

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