Volume 29, Number 3
Feeding the SoulSep 20, 2022 |
Communal gardening helps newcomers nourish the sense of community lost when they were forced to flee their homeland.
Counter CultureSep 20, 2022 |
How cooks at community kitchens are rustling up a lot more than meals on their countertops.
Pit by PitSep 20, 2022 |
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 HillsSep 20, 2022 |
The illustrator behind The Sweetgrass Chronicles series turns his attention to the hills of Mulmur.
Where The Wild Things AreSep 20, 2022 |
What the leaders, students and parents of local outdoor school programs want us to know about the power of outdoor learning.
Getting It TogetherSep 20, 2022 |
Why the obsession with organizing is growing and what we’re looking for under all that mess
Thank you, Ken WeberSep 20, 2022 |
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 2022Sep 20, 2022 |
Letters published in the Autumn 2022 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Michael CompeauSep 20, 2022 |
Michael Compeau’s paintings are inspired by the lush landscapes and natural wonders that surround him.
Field Notes for Autumn 2022Sep 20, 2022 |
What to paint, visit and ponder this autumn.
Suddenly There Came a TappingSep 20, 2022 |
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 2022Sep 20, 2022 |
Try a new Caribbean restaurant, tour Dufferin farms and add style to your home kitchen.