Talk:Wingham, Ontario

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A couple of anonymous users, including most recently 129.97.72.108, have substituted the word "colonial" into the time period with which the North Huron Museum is concerned. I know it sounds weird, but according to the North Huron website, the museum covers the time period starting in the "paleolithic" era (see External Links). If you have different information, please name your source. Thanks. --Freeinfo 01:50, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Before you make these changes again, please read:

downloaded vs. downgraded: As part of a realignment of provincial vs. municipal responsibilities, the provincial government in the 1990's downloaded responsibility for the operation and maintenance of many former provincial highways to local municipalities. Sections of the former Highways 86 and 4 near Wingham were included in this downloading. So please don't change the word downloaded to downgraded.

Schools in Wingham: This should include only those schools physically located in the Wingham Ward (community of Wingham) boundaries.Freeinfo 01:57, 20 December 2006 (UTC)

 Some minor changes here.  First you missed one school, Turnberry located just outside of town by the airport, and second you never mention Doc crankshuick who brought the first radio station to midwestern Ontario.  LOL  and its my home town.   Carl Anson

uh yeah i just added a whole bunch of attractions backed up with links etc trying to flesh out the page a bit, but someone went and deleted them all! So dumb. I'm probably not going to put them back because i dont feel like doing it all again just for someone to go and delete it the next day.

Murray Gaunt was an MP in the 1980's. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 199.212.143.123 (talk) 09:25, 25 July 2009 (UTC)

Old train line[edit]

On the google map satelite pictures it looks like a train line once ran through Wingham. Is there any information about this line and about the termini of it? [Edit: forgot to sign: 92.230.235.86 (talk) 11:55, 10 May 2013 (UTC) ]