<i>Quebecois</i> on St. Marys River

Quebecois on St. Marys River

The Quebecois is one of the great steamship freighters of the Great Lakes. Built in 1963, this ship has carried countless loads to and from the United States and Canada. Shown in this video under the Upper Lakes Shipping fleet, the ship is now owned by the Algoma Central Corporation and was renamed Algoma Quebecois in early 2012. The St. Marys River channel connects Lake Superior with Lake Huron and is the site of the Soo Locks in the twin cities of Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan and Ontario. The locks carry ships past the natural rapids of the St. Marys and were constructed in 1837. Ando Kal is an instrumental musician. “Ambrosia” is the first commercially

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Detroit Public Television First to Air eScapes Network During March Pledge Drive

Hybrid Radio/TV Network “eScapes” to run March 24, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. MONROE, MICHIGAN, March 17, 2011 – Detroit Public Television Channel 56 will air select Great Lakes region segments from the eScapes Television Network on March 24th 2011 from 7:30 to 8 p.m. as part of the March pledge drive, according to Fred Nahhat, Vice President Local Production and Pledge. “We are very excited to be the first TV station in the country to air the eScapes Network content,” said Nahhat. “We believe their unique programming achieves the high quality artistic level that our viewers expect from Detroit Public Television.” Fifteen-minute themed episodes shot by video artists around the globe include minimal edits, slow zooms,

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