Volume 30, Number 3
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.
A closer look at the ramifications of the recent announcement that Caledon will break away from Peel Region.
Introducing three of the talented people – Don Scallen, Alison McGill, and Rebecca Weston – behind the autumn issue.
Emerging artist Emily Escoffrey isn’t a fan of neutrals, preferring instead to paint abstract pieces that grab the eye.
Mark your calendar for an autumn full of art, music, outdoor fun, and history.
Dan Needles reflects on how Canadians seem to be the only people who stumble over the words of their national anthem.
A look back on how we’ve covered the pleasures and concerns of country life over the last three decades.
The Ford government’s dissolution of Peel and incursion into the Greenbelt pose existential threats to Caledon as we know it.
A rural route by any other name? Where to put the blue bins? A memoir from Caledon’s first public works architect.
You may not know some of these magnificent species but they are our precious, fragile neighbours that cannot survive in a subdivision.
Not only are nuptials in nature rustic and romantic, they’re also increasingly eco-friendly with couples creating stylish and memorable parties that don’t cost the earth.
Need someone to preside over your wedding nuptials? Here’s the info on finding an officiant to help you get legally wed.