Writer and dancer Johanna Bernhardt lives in Orangeville with her husband and two small children.
In what could have been a lost year for isolated new parents and their babies, social agencies moved their tried-and-true community meetups and support groups online.
Nicole Lem began taking photos locally and was thrilled with the response from residents.
How a designer found her groove in Caledon East by offering one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces and sculptural clothing creations.
Professional actors, amateurs, young people and people with developmental disabilities come together on an outdoor stage for A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Active Lives After School, a day program for adults with developmental disabilities is a local success story poised to help others like them.
Former dancers rediscover the passion of their youth.
One of the most popular reasons women are drawn to midwifery care is because it allows low-risk mothers the option of giving birth in the hospital or at home.