The water shoe, formally known as ski buoys was first created in 1970 by Larry V. Crabtree. The Kitchener man's invention was intended for walk on water. They allow the wearer to glide forward, but backwards momentum is restricted making for better traction. His summer creation was made using a combination of wood and fiberglass.
Hilborn Hockey Sticks
In 1882 William Hilborn, American Plough Works in Ayr. The company made plough handles out of rock elm, a strong flexible wood that grows in southern Ontario.
Seiling Hatchery Egg Incubator
Even heat distribution and air circulation maximized the number of eggs that would hatch.
Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate Institute introduced Canada's first driver's education course.