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Our Canadian Heritage...Still in the Family

Posted on 17 February, 2016 at 14:25

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The call of the crow signified the return of spring. Families moved to the sugaring camp. While the men were off hunting, the women and children would stay in the camp, collecting maple sap and boiling it down to sugar, by placing hot rocks from the fire, into the sap.

Later they would teach the early European Settlers the art of Maple Sugaring, and the process has passed down from one generation to another. Today we enjoy nature's sweet treat. People from all over the world delight to try a taste of this delectable golden syrup.

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