Janice Quirt is a freelance writer who lives in Orangeville.
Mono’s Michael McCreary uses his stand-up to shed light on what it’s like growing up and dealing with social situations as someone with Asperger’s.
Mono’s Andrew McCreary studies at George Brown College in the child and youth care program with an eye to working in queer and trans healthcare.
In 2014, Ricky Schaede cofounded Club Art, an open studio for kids now at Orangeville’s Mill Street library.
Melancthon’s Coulter Baker is a professional game designer – and Sheridan educator.
Alton’s Jayde Lavoie studies at the University of Ottawa, majoring in conflict studies and human rights with a minor in Indigenous studies.
Mono’s Jessica Mason is a Queen’s University gender studies student who also works with at-risk youth in Kingston.
Jordan Tilley is a dedicated organic farmer at Everdale farm in Hillsburgh.
Mono’s Jordyn Pallett writes an insightful blog about his life by pointing to letters on a transparent alphabet sheet.
Orangeville’s Rowenna James channels her passion for art, painting and fashion into her one-of-a-kind upcycled denim pieces.
Rylee McKenna and her mom run Orangeville’s Strong Girls Club, which focuses on confidence building, mindfulness and women’s rights.
All-Day breakfast, Seven Fallen Feathers, an Orangeville classic is closing and what is more fun than a salad bar?
What to see, do, try this fall.
Gallop across the big screen, grilled and gooey cheese and don’t forget to eat your greens.
Teens get the dirt on food and farming at Erin District High School.
Check out these seeds.
Plant a pollinator garden, go for a farming grant and tap your inner naturalist.
Embrace the season with snow tubing, tuning into nature or warming up indoors with a zany DIY parlour game.
Must stitch and read, must pose with the Grinch and must see Theatre Orangeville’s The Last Christmas Turkey!