Archive: It Takes a Special Kind

People Patterns

Joan Reed-Olsen talks to the special people that live in two small communities in northern Ontario: Latchford and Pickle Lake. Anecdotes bring the rich history of Latchford to life. Once prosperous, both towns have diminished, but their indomitable inhabitants see a bright future, and happily work toward it.
Aired:
Sep 06, 1989
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