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Leith Church, Leith, Ontario, Canada
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Leith Church and Leith Pioneer Cemetry. Leith is a lovely quiet little town on Georgian Bay in Ontario Canada. Leith used to be a busy port in the days of sail but Owen Sound grew and Leith dwindled. Leith is known today for its sport fishing.

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