For most of the Alberta school’s history (and some of the Manitoba school’s), the students were an integral part of the honey production. In the honey house, where the honey was poured into jars and labeled for sale, the boys generally took their job seriously. But some stories have surfaced over the years about the “hijinks” they managed to get up to. Who remembers “Coralee” and “Roxanne”?

What are your memories of the honey house work? Send them in to us.