In the Hills bids a fond farewell to long-time contributor, Ken Weber, who penned 103 columns for our Historic Hills section.
Meet three of the creative people who fill this issue’s pages.
Letters published in the Autumn 2022 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Michael Compeau’s paintings are inspired by the lush landscapes and natural wonders that surround him.
What to paint, visit and ponder this autumn.
Communal gardening helps newcomers nourish the sense of community lost when they were forced to flee their homeland.
From the farmers’ market to the food truck, Rasmi’s Falafel has become a familiar name in Orangeville, sharing a ‘sunny taste of Syria’ since 2016
How cooks at community kitchens are rustling up a lot more than meals on their countertops.
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?
What the leaders, students and parents of local outdoor school programs want us to know about the power of outdoor learning.
This short hike in Clearview Township is perfect for a quick escape into brilliant fall colours, with gorgeous maple trees, a pollinator garden, and crystal waters that are the local brewery’s special ingredient.
A landscaper expresses his love of chess by carving oversized limestone and granite sets built to last.