Our name, Lost Villages Candle Co., pays tribute to the history of Eastern Ontario. On July 1, 1958, ten communities were permanently submerged during the creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway, displacing thousands of people. From this submerged history rose Kathleen's own home (Pictured here) in Long Sault, originally from the lost community of Maple Grove, today it stands as a living relic, part of "The Lost Villages Museum" tour and an indelible part of our candle brand's narrative by being a watermark on most of our labels and marketing.
Located in Ault Park on Fran Laflamme Drive, 3km east of Long Sault, Ontario. The Lost Villages museum site consists of ten heritage buildings, moved and restored to Ault Park from The Lost Villages and surrounding townships by the members of The Lost Villages Historical Society.
You can learn more about The Lost Villages, here: The Lost Villages
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