Caledon writer Ken Weber’s best-selling Five Minute Mysteries series is published in 22 languages. Ken is also the Historic Hills columnist and puzzle meister for this magazine and has a loyal following here in the hills.
A jaunt through hat fashion history!
In the 19th century a weekly newspaper was the primary source of information, commerce, entertainment, argument and gossip for the people of rural Canada. Few papers did the job better than the Orangeville Sun.
Who actually came in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th?
There was the button that always cranked these hills beyond reason – the hint of anything Fenian.
Looking at numbers in three different ways, a different perspective on ‘Groaners’ and Mr. Algie’s conundrum.
For almost 40 years after Confederation, the Conservative Party treated the riding of Cardwell – Albion, Caledon, Mono and Adjala townships – like private property. It led to some wild and woolly election campaigns.
A Canadiana speed test, Mr Collison’s on-time exercise and win the apples in the bin.
Henry was born in Caledon Township in 1860 and left just long enough to get a veterinarian degree in Guelph in 1886 before moving to Orangeville to practise.
A checkers challenge in Inglewood, who’s who at the Davies reunion in Caledon East and on the new blackboard at S.S. #6.
Seneca was nearly 60 when he came to Mono, an age when many people look forward to ease and comfort.
Dividing the 80 acre potato farm, a chess set for PAMA and was there a slip-up at the Jolly Morphology Club?
During the 1800s, teachers in local one-room schools faced a list of expectations and responsibilities so onerous, it’s a wonder so many carried on.
Mr. Judge’s word circle, game of checkers in Marsville, think out of the box and FAST!
Beginning in the late 1920s, though, a series of government regulations along with profit-driven business decisions gradually changed telephone service across the country into a fluid network.
Try a new game at the Jolly Morphology Club, find the missing letters at the Alton Fair and can the bus hold all the passengers?
From the first week of August onward, war news exploded onto the pages of community papers, filling them almost cover to cover.
Albion challenges Garafraxa, missing animal life at the Shelburne 4-H and Silas Renarm returns to Palgrave.
When the council of the newly independent County of Peel convened in 1867, a first task was to choose a site and a builder for the courthouse and jail.