Volume 28 Number 3
Letters published in the Autumn 2021 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Alton artist Kayla Jackson finds her muse in the historic streets of her hometown and commits its architecture and character to canvas.
Where to shop, donate, walk this season.
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.
How the Caledon clothing retailer changed course to become a candlemaker with a knack for irresistible aromas.
Hiking accessories, pressed flowers and a nod to local farming culture.
Inglewood foodie spots, local wine and beer news, and pumpkins galore.
When it’s time to put on the brakes — for good.
This devoted Relessey Cemetery Board volunteer helps the group manages the graveyard next to the Mono church, which dates back to the 1870s.
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?
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.
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.