Have a read of the full version in PDF. A wilderness lunch, culinary education, country pubs and vegetarian wisdom.
“King Of The Hole” by Hobo Wally (a quarry song) “Walk with me, Stop the Quarry” by Hobo Wally -Melancthon Quarry
Have a read of the full version in PDF. Farmgate Dairies, A cook’s tour of Bolton, Alton Mill wedding, The Heirloom Tomato Club
If frogs can open the eyes of children to the wonders of nature, they can also touch our souls.
Just drive slowly, proceed with caution, and the roundabout will help you get through it.
If you believe in the fact that “we are what we eat” (especially when we’re young), please check out the following survey.
An incisive account of the global food crisis—and how it can be solved.
Dream of your spring garden, solve a legal case, pursue your spiritual life, renovate your diet, or just bury yourself in a rollicking good tale.
Protect Ontario’s land and drinking water, stop the Melancthon mega quarry. View Adrienne Arsenault’s report from CBC’s The National.
Consider giving a holiday gift as vast and beautiful as our Canadian wilderness – beautifully packaged and small enough to fit under a tree!
You can view the current articles online, we’d love to have your thoughts, comments and questions on any of our stories.
Lisa Watson’s annual review of local music.
Evening meetings are just one of the demands that come with the job for local councillors, and there are plenty of others, but for most who take the plunge into public service, there are also rewards. Four former councillors reflect on the highs and lows of life in the council chambers – and after.
Our local heroes define community at its best. Here’s how you can help. Heather Broadbent Captive on the Carousel of Time To find our more about heritage conservation, visit: Ontario…
Web Extra: Listen to sample tracks by musicians profiled in Lisa Watson’s review of the year in music.
Canada Post has insisted many rural mailboxes be moved to new, often awkward locations. Tell us your story.
There have been cougar sightings in the area. Have you seen any? Tell us your stories.