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The Wreck at Horseshoe Curve

Oct 25, 2023 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

A famous railroad engineering design in Caledon Township 
became the site of a disaster on a September morning in 1907.

Autumn In The Hills

Oct 13, 2023 | In The Hills | Autumn 2023

Check out what’s in season this autumn at In The Hills, with award-winning apple pies, fall events, hikes in the forest, and lots of new food and drink to try.

Dufferin’s Cultural Impresarios

Sep 11, 2023 | Signe Ball | Heritage

From the archives: Our first issue in 1994 profiled the driving forces behind two exceptional new cultural institutions: Wayne Townsend, curator of Dufferin County Museum and Archives (as it was then known) and Jim Betts, artistic director of Theatre Orangeville.

All By Itself

Sep 8, 2023 | Signe Ball | Editor’s Desk

A closer look at the ramifications of the recent announcement that Caledon will break away from Peel Region.

Autumn Contributors

Sep 8, 2023 | In The Hills | Contributors

Introducing three of the talented people – Don Scallen, Alison McGill, and Rebecca Weston – behind the autumn issue.

Artist in Residence: Emily Escoffery

Sep 8, 2023 | Tralee Pearce | Artist in Residence

Emerging artist Emily Escoffrey isn’t a fan of neutrals, preferring instead to paint abstract pieces that grab the eye.

Field Notes for Autumn 2023

Sep 8, 2023 | Johanna Bernhardt | Field Notes

Mark your calendar for an autumn full of art, music, outdoor fun, and history.

‘True Pastry Gloves’ – Stumbling Through the National Anthem

Sep 8, 2023 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

Dan Needles reflects on how Canadians seem to be the only people who stumble over the words of their national anthem.

In Retrospect – Autumn 2023

Sep 8, 2023 | In The Hills | Arts

A look back on how we’ve covered the pleasures and concerns of country life over the last three decades.

Caledon forced to go it alone: Here’s why the odds and costs are against us

Sep 8, 2023 | Nicola Ross | Environment

The Ford government’s dissolution of Peel and incursion into the Greenbelt pose existential threats to Caledon as we know it.

When Caledon Was Made: Tales of Conflict and Triumph From the Early Days

Sep 8, 2023 | Bert Moore | Heritage

A rural route by any other name? Where to put the blue bins? A memoir from Caledon’s first public works architect.

If the Greenbelt Gives Way to Sprawl, Seven Headwaters Species Will Suffer

Sep 8, 2023 | Don Scallen | Environment

You may not know some of these magnificent species but they are our precious, fragile neighbours that cannot survive in a subdivision.

In The Hills

In The Hills is an independent, locally owned print and online magazine that has earned its reputation as the best-read, best-loved magazine in Headwaters.

The magazine is delivered to more than 40,000 homes and farms throughout Caledon, Erin, Dufferin, Orangeville and Creemore – up to double the circulation of any other local publication. And it is available to visitors at local inns, restaurants, specialty retail stores and other tourist locations.