Anthony Jenkins is a freelance writer and illustrator who lives in Mono.
It’s 3:15 a.m. Where are you? Meet the folks who are doing important work in the middle of the night as most of us are curled up under the covers.
Artist Jim Menken’s chainsaw allows fallen trees to rise again.
Covid has shifted our world and changed our priorities. For many, the hopes and dreams for the aftertimes are simple ones – to hug a parent, have dinner with a friend.
Al Waltho may have replaced two hips and a knee, but he’s not quite ready to hang up his skates.
But the principles of head, heart, hands and health still thrive in Headwaters.
Trail (or game) cameras are rugged, motion-activated devices about a quarter the size of a loaf of bread and meant for extended, remote use outdoors.
Audiobooks and podcasts have produced a resurgence in oral storytelling, but for the Dufferin Circle of Storytellers the ancient art never went away.
Howling blizzards, ice storms, power outages. Emergency services are on high alert, but when disaster strikes, the first line of defence is you.
Handy lists for the items you’ll need and the steps you’ll want to take before you hunker down at home or hit the road in an emergency.
Five people share their views as told to Anthony Jenkins.
The intense bond between animal and human fuels two dedicated young equestrians at the top of their game at this exciting show jumping event.
Look up! Where eagles, hawks and vultures soar.
What happens in Bee City stays in Bee City.
Orangeville’s festival promises to “saturate the air with poetry.”
Going for the big one: At the ice fishing derby on Island Lake, the lucky ones win a prize – or at least go home with supper.
What makes your old family heirlooms or bric-a-brac museum-worthy? It’s all in the story they tell.
These transformers smash enemies of the ecosphere to fertilizer.
It’s a weekend morning ritual all over the hills — friends meeting friends at their local café. At Gabe’s in Caledon East, the usual crowd convenes.