• Over her more than 35 years in health care, Ronnie (Veronica) Inglis touched many lives. Photo by Pete Paterson.

    Local Heroes 2014

    Helen Keller wrote, “Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it.” If there’s a theme to this year’s Local Heroes, it’s the act of reaching out.

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  • John Riley at home in Mono: “I like to think we may now be exploring the beginnings of a sustainable, steady-state economy… Economists are beginning to ask, ‘What does growth mean? Is it purely material or should it be measured instead by our quality of life?’” Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

    The Once and Future Great Lakes Country

    History from the Ground Up

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  • Millpond Hockey at the Alton Mill

    Millpond Hockey at the Alton Mill

    What could be more Canadian than lacing up to play on the pond?

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  • Chris Sorensen of Caledon East executes a picture-perfect jump at the recent Canadian Show Jumping Tournament at Caledon Equestrian Park. Photo by Ellen Cameron.

    The Thrill of Show Jumping

    Local riders prepare to dazzle spectators with a breathtaking competition at the Pan Am Games.

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    A Hymn to the Small Hall

    By Dan Needles

    The community hall is one of the very last places where we are allowed to get together and make something out of nothing, just for the fun of it.

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