The Greenbelt: Finding a BalanceSep 21, 2004 | | Environment
The greenbelt is only one part of a gutsy and massive initiative by Dalton McGuinty’s new Liberal govern-ment to overhaul land-use planning in the province.
Painted in PeelSep 15, 2004 | | Arts
The Group of Seven found much to inspire them in the hills and villages of Caledon. This fall, the Peel Heritage Complex mounts a major exhibition of works by the Group and their contemporaries.
The Artist’s GardenMar 21, 2003 | | Leisure
Art and gardening inspire each other to superlative effect in the botanical pursuits of two local artists.
Monday Night MoviesSep 21, 2002 |
Each year, Monday Night Movies presents about a dozen films on one or two Monday nights a month from September to May.
Forever EverdaleMar 21, 2002 |
In the hills of Erin, the idealism of the sixties morphs into practical solutions for sustainable living in the new century.
Sustainable DwellingSep 21, 2001 | | Environment
A first-person account of building a solar-heated, earth-sheltered house.
The Smart Growth CureSep 16, 2001 |
Everybody is talking about it, but can it really save us from urban sprawl?
Growth and ProsperitySep 16, 1999 |
Growth and Prosperity: Do they go together like a horse and carriage? Or is the concept just as antiquated?
African ShadowsNov 19, 1998 | | Heritage
Black settlers were among the first homesteaders in the hills, but little of their legacy remains.
The Borders of ParadiseSep 16, 1998 |
In the face of urban sprawl, budget cuts, and provincial service transfers, local municipalities struggle to define and preserve rural values.
A Dairy Farmer’s TaleSep 15, 1995 | | Farming
His Jersey cows have provided Art Bracken with a good life. And as the community changes around him, the daily routines on his Caledon farm remain the same.