These are a few of our favourite links (there are always more coming ...)
Heritage & Government
Waterford Heritage Trail and Shadow Lake Trail
Video produced for the Shadow Lake Trail project (when it was called the Waterford Rail Trail).
More great videos on Waterford history, produced by the Waterford Heritage and Agricultural Museum:
The Observation Tower
Ontario's First Cultivated Ginseng (Hellyer)
Waterford Bowlby Stone House
A short article in the Kitchener Post on the
Waterford Bowlby Stone House.
Canada Southern Railway Page
Some wonderful pictures of the Railway structures that were in Waterford.
The Duncombe Family Paintings Episode
of "Ancestors in the Attic"
History Television did an episode based on the search by Michael Ball, of Toronto, a descendant of Dr. David Duncombe, for the 13 portraits Duncombe is thought to have had painted for his children. The program used to be on the Canadian History channel's website, but it's not there anymore. Maybe if you ask nicely, they'll let you see it?
Our Back Pages
Alison Bell's quirky page on Waterford History. (Alison is a past president of the Historical Society.)
Long Point - A Geography of the Soul
Douglas Glover (novelist from Waterford, winner of the Governor General's Award for Fiction, 2003, for his novel Elle) has published a collection of quotes about Long Point in Numero Cinq magazine. Additionally, he has a photo blog in the same magazine with related history, and fascinating personal local recollections.
Jack Jackowetz - Post Impressionist Photography
Post-Impressionist Photographer Jack Jackowetz has taken numerous vibrant photos of Waterford landmarks, and also published a collection in "The Places We Live, A Journal: Waterford, Ontario"