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Hugh Brewster shows off the fruits of his labours, including Carnation, Lily, Lily, Rose. Photo by Tom Partlett.

The Story Man: Hugh Brewster

Nov 15, 2007 | Michele Green

With the publication of five books in a single year, times are good for writer Hugh Brewster. And with his recent nomination for a Governor General’s Award, the times just got better.

The surpassingly beautiful snowy owl comes south when food supplies are low in its arctic home. Photo by Robert McCaw.

Owls

Nov 11, 2007 | Don Scallen | Environment

With piercing eyes and haunting cry, so flies the lord of the midnight sky.

One of Laurie’s five covers for Peter Gzowski’s Morningside series.

Quick-Draw McGaw

Sep 21, 2007 | Jeff Rollings

For Laurie McGaw, whether it’s famous portraits, award-winning illustrations, or life in general, one word covers it: Real

Building on Past Foundations

Jun 21, 2007 | Tralee Pearce | Community

Old barn foundations find new life in the rural landscape.

Iron Ladies: An Obsession with antique power

Jun 21, 2007 | Jeff Rollings

For a lot of members, it’s more than just a hobby. There’s a connection to some memory.

The Menu is the Message

Jun 21, 2007 | Tim Shuff

Feast of Fields connects the links in the local food chain in an annual festival of fun and flavour.

Riding High

Jun 21, 2007 | Cecily Ross

International riders get good traction on their home turf.

Romancing the Stones

Jun 21, 2007 | Michele Green

Dowsers, druids, geomancers, mystics and a lot of big old rocks.

When the Spirit Moves

Jun 21, 2007 | Tony Reynolds

Paul Morin’s art and music are inspired by his travels among the world’s aboriginal peoples.

Labyrinths and Mazes

Jun 21, 2007 | Karina Campbell | Summer 2007

Places to find or lose yourself in the garden.

A dewy spiderweb. Photo by Pixabay.

Web Masters

Jun 21, 2007 | Don Scallen | Environment | Summer 2007

“What would you rather have, spiders sitting in webs where you can see them, or bugs wandering around undetected?” asks Tom Mason.

Rocks of Ages Redefined

Jun 21, 2007 | Signe Ball

If there is one elemental resource we can count on in this region, it is rocks. Our practical forebears cleared them laboriously from the land, by hand and with horse power, and used them to build their homes, fences and barn foundations. Now, as the old barns crumble and former farmlands are “gentrified,” those rocks…

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