Janice Quirt is a freelance writer who lives in Orangeville.
Hiking accessories, pressed flowers and a nod to local farming culture.
Inglewood foodie spots, local wine and beer news, and pumpkins galore.
What to explore, browse, see this summer.
Natural inks made from foraged plants gave this artist a way to heal her body and share her passion for the outdoors.
Welcome a new season with nautical inspirations, summery collages and fresh new ceramics.
A new grocery to visit, fresh gourmet takeout to try and a bevy of food trucks to chase.
How artists Sara Sniderhan and Peter Mitchell rendered their vision for family living in Mulmur.
What to plant, read, wear this spring.
We’re tracking family-sized meals, vegetarian tacos and gourmet doughnuts.
This Orangeville artist strings together her Anishnaabe heritage and contemporary design in every pair of earrings she makes.
Fixate on florals this spring – fresh, preserved and, yes, paper.
How a young family is reimagining an 1885 Erin farmhouse for a long, happy life.
These four young women (plus one younger sister) were the moving force behind two crucial local social justice marches – one in Orangeville and one in Shelburne.
What to hear, do, play this winter.
What we’re shopping for this winter in Headwaters.
Comfort foods: Ghanaian goodness, pies at your door, and fresh Indian fare.
A backyard rink is just one of the deft holiday moves NHL linesman Shandor Alphonso and his wife, Jacelyn, make for their young boys at home.
Garden sharing, “minimonies”, and the show must go on this fall.