Artists in Passing: Tom Thomson, pt. 3

by Matthew Innis |

One of the most significant leads in the possible solution to Thomson’s death was literally uncovered in September 1956 when four men – including a future Ontario judge – began excavations of the small Canoe Lake cemetery . . .

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