Jeff Rollings is a freelance writer living in Caledon.
A tribute to the people who enrich our lives in Headwaters.
Local Heroes: Sheilagh Crandall, Sarah Crandall Haney and Debbe Crandall.
Local Hero: Nancy Frater, a woman who is clearly at the top of her game, this year Nancy became president of the Canadian Booksellers Association. “
Don MacIver is a living example of the adage “think globally, act locally.” By day, he’s a world-travelling Environment Canada scientist, expert in climatology, meteorology and biodiversity.
Local Hero: Wendy Carter bring arts education into the lives of thousands of school children in Dufferin.
Local Hero: Brad Bowden is thoughtful and well-versed about both sport and disability.
Local Heroes: Members of the Palgrave United Church returning to our agricultural roots.
Local Hero: Dr. David Scott has dedicated his life to Headwaters.
Local Heroes: Elke & Tim Inkster built a national treasure.
Local Heroes: Valerie McGrady and Corporal Matthew McCully
How high oil prices are affecting life In The Hills.
CLEAN, RENEWABLE AND FREE. Call it what you like, with the support of large grants and rebates for installation, Headwaters residents are pulling heat from the ground.
In Finland, masonry heaters are known as “heart of the home,” and in Russia it’s “soul of the home,” reflecting the importance they have in people’s lives.
There’s a population boom coming to Headwaters. Where will all the people go and what will it mean for our countryside?
Wes can smell a story a kilometre away, and rain or shine he’ll be on the news scene.
For Laurie McGaw, whether it’s famous portraits, award-winning illustrations, or life in general, one word covers it: Real
For a lot of members, it’s more than just a hobby. There’s a connection to some memory.
They’ve been away for one hundred years, but with the help of their friends, salmon are coming home to the Credit River.