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Paulson House

C.P. Paulson House

Built in 1931 for C.P. Paulson, the village mayor, this attrractive home features front and back dormers and a gabled roofed portico at the main entrance.

The gracious interior has maple floors, a brick fireplace and French doors. Governor-General Lord Tweedsmuir dined here in 1936, during his tour of the Interlake. The story is told that Paulson fed him ducks, which he shot in the marsh out back and hung in his garage to age.

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