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Border Location Troupes

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This section lists those troupes which present on the American side of the border, but advertise in Ontario to draw Canadian crowds.

Not much of a factor in the early years, it manifested itself as the railway and ferry business began and grew, and increased the mobility of Canadians. Troupes could draw crowds without having to come into Ontario.

Sarnia Aug 11 1876