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Memoirs of a Caledon Pioneer

Nov 15, 2007 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

After the ox cart driver bid farewell and left us, and I began to clear away the snow where we were to lay our bed.

Quick Fixes for Holiday Guests

Nov 15, 2007 | Sandra Cranston-Corradini | Departments | Food | The Country Cook | Winter 2007

The holiday season invariably means entertaining family and friends – who sometimes drop in by surprise. Having a few items in the freezer helps make the surprise a pleasant one for all. For the bustling winter season, we have come up with three recipes that may be frozen ahead and brought out with no last-minute…

Peter Adams ~ Self Portrait II

Peter Adams

Nov 15, 2007 | Signe Ball | Artist in Residence | Arts | Departments | In Every Issue | Winter 2007

Working in oils for twenty-five years, Peter Adams has developed his own distinctive and expressive style.

Tarantula hawks, beneficial beavers and the mollusk option

Nov 15, 2007 | Douglas G. Pearce | Countryside Digest | Departments | Environment | Winter 2007

Human Burnout “The trends in Vital Signs 2007-2008 make it overwhelmingly clear that while Earth itself is almost certainly not dying, many of the planet’s ecological systems are. And the names of the people killing them include political leaders, corporate executives, and millions of ordinary people who are part of an unsustainable consumer economy. It…

Letters – Our readers write: Winter 2007

Nov 15, 2007 | Our Readers | Departments | Letters, Our Readers Write | Winter 2007

Letters published in the WINTER 2007 edition of In The Hills magazine.

When the nights are long

Nov 15, 2007 | Signe Ball | Departments | Editor’s Desk | In Every Issue | Winter 2007

The north wind doth blow, and all we really know, for sure, is that it will be cold and dark.

A Pain in the Butt, Reporter Wes Keller

Nov 15, 2007 | Jeff Rollings

Wes can smell a story a kilometre away, and rain or shine he’ll be on the news scene.

The Year in Music: 2007

Nov 15, 2007 | Lisa Watson

It’s coming on winter and the weather is, to say the least, surprising. I’ve just spent the most luxurious time sitting on my front porch watching the world go by and listening to some fabulous music. Lucky. Being free to be creative has been my greatest gift in this, my fiftieth year (I hope you…

Jacob Stadnyk carries the puck as he and teammate Ryley Anderson are pursued by the “Vancouver Canucks.” Photo by Mike Maloney.

Confessions of a Hockey Dad

Nov 15, 2007 | Tony Maxwell

Rediscovering the joy of the game with a team of eight-year-olds.

Old friends Marion Bell and Marja Chevalier use humour and hands-on exercises to teach kids the basics of good etiquette. Photo by Pauline Hayman.

Minding Our Manners

Nov 15, 2007 | Tralee Pearce

Proper etiquette isn’t about adhering to dusty old rules, it’s about possessing enough social capital to feel at ease in any situation.

Too Many Christmases. Illustration By Kasia Charko.

Too Many Christmases

Nov 15, 2007 | Michele Green

Jessica’s face turned red – as red as the Jell-O. Tears streamed down her cheeks.

Sisters in Two Worlds

The Year in Books: 2007

Nov 15, 2007 | Tracey Fockler

Our annual review of new books by local authors and illustrators In The Hills.

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