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Feeding the Soul

Sep 20, 2022 | Ellie Eberlee | Features

Communal gardening helps newcomers nourish the sense of community lost when they were forced to flee their homeland.

Counter Culture

Sep 20, 2022 | Isabel Buckmaster | Features

How cooks at community kitchens are rustling up a lot more than meals on their countertops.

Pit by Pit

Sep 20, 2022 | Nicola Ross | Features

As another battle over aggregate mining gears up in Cataract, the question remains: how do we balance our voracious demand for aggregates with the rights of local citizens and nature?

A Walk in The Hills

Sep 20, 2022 | In The Hills | Features

The illustrator behind The Sweetgrass Chronicles series turns his attention to the hills of Mulmur.

Where The Wild Things Are

Sep 20, 2022 | Janice Quirt | Features

What the leaders, students and parents of local outdoor school programs want us to know about the power of outdoor learning.

Getting It Together

Getting It Together

Sep 20, 2022 | Emily Dickson | Features

Why the obsession with organizing is growing and what we’re looking for under all that mess

Thank you, Ken Weber

Sep 20, 2022 | Signe Ball

In the Hills bids a fond farewell to long-time contributor, Ken Weber, who penned 103 columns for our Historic Hills section.

Letters – Our Readers Write: Autumn 2022

Sep 20, 2022 | Our Readers | Letters, Our Readers Write

Letters published in the Autumn 2022 edition of In The Hills magazine.

Michael Compeau

Sep 20, 2022 | Tralee Pearce | Artist in Residence

Michael Compeau’s paintings are inspired by the lush landscapes and natural wonders that surround him.

Field Notes for Autumn 2022

Sep 20, 2022 | Johanna Bernhardt | Field Notes

What to paint, visit and ponder this autumn.

Suddenly There Came a Tapping

Sep 20, 2022 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

I live in a haunted house. It’s been haunted for at least a century by all accounts, that is, by the neighbours’ accounts.

Food + Drink Autumn 2022

Sep 20, 2022 | Janice Quirt | Food + Drink

Try a new Caribbean restaurant, tour Dufferin farms and add style to your home kitchen.

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