Volume 28 Number 3
Letters – Our Readers Write: Autumn 2021Sep 24, 2021 |
Letters published in the Autumn 2021 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Kayla JacksonSep 24, 2021 |
Alton artist Kayla Jackson finds her muse in the historic streets of her hometown and commits its architecture and character to canvas.
Field Notes for Autumn 2021Sep 24, 2021 |
Where to shop, donate, walk this season.
Road Rage Comes to TownSep 24, 2021 |
For generations the only people in Canada who had a good word to say about Toronto were the ones living there. Now thousands of them have left to live here.
Meet the Maker: Melissa Lester of June + Rose Candle Co.Sep 24, 2021 |
How the Caledon clothing retailer changed course to become a candlemaker with a knack for irresistible aromas.
Local Buys: Autumn 2021Sep 24, 2021 |
Hiking accessories, pressed flowers and a nod to local farming culture.
Food + Drink Autumn 2021Sep 24, 2021 |
Inglewood foodie spots, local wine and beer news, and pumpkins galore.
Gearing DownSep 24, 2021 |
When it’s time to put on the brakes — for good.
Donna HolmesSep 24, 2021 |
This devoted Relessey Cemetery Board volunteer helps the group manages the graveyard next to the Mono church, which dates back to the 1870s.
‘Spooks’ In the HillsSep 24, 2021 |
In 1930, a series of strange physical disturbances led a family to abandon their farm in Mulmur Township. Was a spirit at work? A poltergeist? Was it real?
Pick Your PoseSep 24, 2021 |
From hatha to ashtanga, there’s a wide range of yoga styles to address your physical, mental or spiritual needs – even the need to include furry pals.
A Time for ListeningSep 24, 2021 |
Covid has forced us to work in new ways amid absurd family pressures. But coincident with the pandemic, we have been also confronting broader issues.