Freelance writer Nicola Ross lives in Belfountain.
Nicola Ross shows readers how to navigate local Caledon trails, including the Bruce Trail and the Trans Canada Trail, without having to backtrack or arrange to leave a car at a hike’s endpoint.
Needing to maintain my balance added an interesting dimension to traditional yoga, but what appealed to me most was the fresh breeze and warm sunshine in our open-air “studio.”
As alternative therapies move into the mainstream and options expand, it’s harder than ever to know what choices make sense for your health. Nicola Ross went on a personal journey to find out.
With nine community clubs and one busy private club, you can find a game anytime, anywhere in Headwaters.
For these “fatty” enthusiasts, the coming of winter no longer spells the end of the ride.
Heart and muscle at the fall fair. Heavy horse pulls are crowd pleasers at Ontario’s fall fairs.
Two Caledon women are among those transforming Canada into a dragon boating powerhouse.
A look back at a decade of progress and the challenges still ahead.
Personal trainers offer clients much more than a physical workout.
“What,” Lowes asked, “would you think of a hiking trail winding up the Niagara Escarpment from one end to the other?”
The International Tai Chi Centre in Mono draws people from around the world to practise the ancient art.
Classic truffles and novelty chocolates make an irresistible combo at The Chocolate Shop.
An Ancient Crop Adds Zest to Country Living!
But then, winning isn’t everything for the Caledon Women’s Hockey League.
On the green with golf legend Sandra Post.
Sarah Hallett’s delectable sweets have locals coming back for more.
As Caledon prepares for the 2015 Pan Am Games, Headwaters Horse Country is saddling up for the ride of its life.
Even in colder weather customers love Pommies’ combination of five local apple varieties, a bit of sugar, water, naturally occurring acids and carbonation.