We are pleased being able to offer you the chance to purchase a few products to which we are directly linked via different types of contribution. We truly believe in the promotion of our beautiful Lake Temiskaming region and its communities. We hope you will enjoy the following products.
Products Currently Available To Purchase
Presidents’ Suites Gift Certificates
Our gift certificate can be for specific amounts. The person receiving it can decide when and how to use it. They are good for a year and, if for some reason they can’t use it, we can extend for a few months.
Once you purchase your gift, we will be in touch with you to see how we can send out a handsome certificate to the gift recipient. If you want to finalise the details of the house and dates, we can even do this with you and include this on the certificate they will receive.
If you require more information regarding our gift certificates, you can contact Nicole directly at (705) 622-0279 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Presidents’ Suites Gift Certificate $50 Value
Presidents’ Suites Gift Certificate $100 Value
Cobalt Book : Canada’s Forgotten Silver Boom Town
Price $80 includes shipping & taxes
Cobalt: Canada’s Forgotten Silver Boom Town, written by Dr. Douglas Baldwin, is a 380-page illustrated account that’s been four decades in the making. This new book about the history of the Town of Cobalt takes an in-depth look at its role in shaping the Canadian mining industry and its underappreciated contributions to the country’s economy.
After the first rich vein of silver was discovered in 1903, Cobalt exploded in popularity and population, as prospectors flocked to the town to seek their fortune. The story of the small town with big silver veins became an international sensation.
The mines have long since dried up and the population has shrunk considerably, but Cobalt has been declared a national heritage site and is considered the birthplace of Canadian hard rock mining.
The book was made financially possible by Nicole Guertin and Jocelyn Blais, owners of the Presidents’ Suites in Haileybury, who commissioned the book and raised more than $6,000 through an online crowdfunding campaign for its publication. They are constantly leading a tireless effort to promote Cobalt and other towns in the Temiskaming area, to remind people of the important role it played in the rise of resource development.
To help preserve that legacy, Dr. Baldwin is donating all proceeds from the sale of the book — his 41st — to the Historic Cobalt Legacy Fund, which was established in 2014 to help maintain the area’s heritage assets, such as the town’s museums, walking trail, library and theatre.
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