Richard Linley shows Margi McKay a photo of himself and his wife-to-be, Heidi King, taken in March 1983 on his first visit to her family cabin on the North Bay of Buck Lake.
Centenarian Jean Stevens in Perth Road Village tells Margi McKay about the close-up photo Jean's daughter, Janet Louise Stevens, took of a grizzly bear.
Paul Van Nest tells Margi McKay about his passion for the American Civil War and its soldiers and leaders.
“He would be called out to a birth out in the country, and he’d have a team of horses and a big buffalo robe, and on the way home he’d fall asleep and the horses would bring him home.”
Dale Bridge Williams shows Jo Stanbridge photos and sketches of her family, particularly of her maternal grandfather, Frederick Ellis Conner.
“And of course I was the only black person on this billboard and the reason is, that they were getting ready for their 2010 Expo, and so part of the heading was to let people know that China was open to the world and to people of all backgrounds. So I felt that was my moment in the sun.”
Judi Brown tells Huda Shaltry how a photo taken when she was working at the Shanghai American School in China ended up as part of China's campaign for its Expo 2010 Shanghai.