Volume 28 Number 1
An Orangeville landmark gets a splashy makeover and the chance to turbocharge the town’s vibrant dining scene.
Dedicated local gardener Tony Spencer channels the aesthetic of the famed Dutch plantsman into his corner of the rural countryside of Mono.
A small Ontario town boasts a culinary scene with fine dining, great coffee shops and everything in between.
Covid has shifted our world and changed our priorities. For many, the hopes and dreams for the aftertimes are simple ones – to hug a parent, have dinner with a friend.
The provincial government is stripping Ontario’s conservation authorities of the very meaning of their name – and key protections for the environment.
Red foxes are making themselves at home in Inglewood, Grand Valley and Palgrave, hunting in our yards and denning under our sheds and garages.
The Ford government has navigated Covid as well as or better than many – but at the same time, it has also escalated its pro-development agenda.
In what could have been a lost year for isolated new parents and their babies, social agencies moved their tried-and-true community meetups and support groups online.
Meet three of the creative folks – Johanna Bernhardt, Anthony Jenkins and Kim van Oosterom – who make this issue shine.
Letters published in the Spring 2021 edition of In The Hills magazine.
Bolton multimedia artist and ceramicist Christine Nnawuchi mines the depths of her imagination for the objects and artifacts in her latest collection.
What to plant, read, wear this spring.