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Chesley’s Big Bruce Running for Greatest Roadside Attraction

Residents and beyond asked to cast their vote for their favourite

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The Agenda on TVO is running a competition for Ontario’s Greatest Roadside Attraction.

The Final Round features Chesley’s Big Bruce taking on Kenora’s Husky the Muskie.

Fans of both are asked to vote for their favourite to see who is the winner overall.

Big Bruce was originally discovered by Harvey Davis, a local beef farmer and politician. He was toured around in the 1970’s as ambassador for Bruce County’s Cattlemen’s Association.

Since 1980 he has called Chesley home, outside the Elderslie Township Shed.

Cast your vote below.

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