Mr. Speaker, the summer recess is just days away. Along with the students, teachers, and parents from Massey Public School in the gallery today, I want to take this opportunity to invite all members of the House to visit the beautiful riding of Algoma during the next few months.
Located in northern Ontario, in the northern area of Lake Huron, Algoma riding offers a wide variety of recreational and tourism opportunities, which will interest all kinds of visitors. Whether you enjoy fishing, boating, canoeing, biking, sightseeing, camping, or hiking, there is something for everyone in Algoma.
Cruise the North Channel waterway along the north shore of Lake Huron from Sault Ste. Marie and St. Joseph Island in the west to Manitoulin Island and Killarney in the east. Stop along the way in the many communities with docking facilities and services for pleasure boaters. There are festivals and fairs, pow-wows and people for all to appreciate.
On behalf of the over 50 municipalities and 15 First Nation communities of Algoma riding, I invite all hon. members to
spend some time in our beautiful area during the summer months and experience Algoma's warm hospitality firsthand.