Freelance writer Nicola Ross lives in Belfountain.
Qigong involves repeating exercises – some very simple and others much more rigourous – meant to get chi flowing. Specific exercises affect different areas of the body, allowing a practitioner to focus on particular problems and self-heal.
Tom Deans loves coffee so much, he decided to roast it himself!
I cracked the gun open and the empty shot popped out of the barrel in a small cloud of smoke.
Erin’s Dolores Smith shares her passion for the many wonders of extra virgin olive oil.
Feast of Fields role is raising public awareness. Some people who don’t normally use organic food might come out and discover celebrated chefs are cooking with organics.
I was making big swooping manoeuvres, feeling as if I were a kid running across the lawn with my arms outstretched playing airplane.
Bert Nieuwenhuis always wanted to be a farmer – he even married a farmer’s daughter. It just took him a little longer than he’d expected to become one. Lamb lovers throughout Headwaters and anyone who visits the Orangeville, Inglewood or Caledon farmers’ markets will know Bert, and not just because he sells lamb shanks, racks,…
Taylor Pace, Al Pace and Lin Ward of Hockley Valley operate Canoe North Adventures and have led 90 expeditions on 21 rivers in the NWT, Yukon and Nunavut.
“I can’t deny the thrill of knowing that I may be the first person ever to paint this view.”
On the calm, early morning waters of Island Lake, rowers get a healthy head start on their day.
Italian cooks flock to this Dutch family’s pick-your-own farm in Caledon.
Local Heroes: The Coalition of Concerned Citizens fought to perserve our rural landscape
Bridgitte says chocolate is also great brain food. It can shift your consciousness, making you feel better. “But,” she warns, “brain-activating chemicals are very heat sensitive.”
We’d warmed up with a short hike down to a kettle lake covered in untrodden snow. We couldn’t resist the temptation to make tracks, so we crossed the lake enjoying the silence and the warm sunshine.
Sausages that are fast becoming a popular option, even among Broadway Farm’s Market’s most health-conscious customers.
Soon we’re flying up the road. Had I worn a silk scarf, it would have been streaming out behind me.
The traditions of the annual agricultural fair were brought to Canada by British settlers.
Jean Denison finds the Erin Fair’s Optimist fries hard to resist, but she can’t resist the church pies either.