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St. Laurent Grandin

St. Laurent Grandin - named for original Métis settlement (St. Laurent, 1871), and Grandin post office which honours Vital-Justin Grandin, Oblate missionary to the west and first bishop of St. Albert, Alberta. [click images to enlarge]

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Pilgrims visit with one another while waiting for the ferry to take them to the shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes at St. Laurent, ca. early 1900s. [249]

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