Once voted ‘the greenest town in Ontario’ Caledon does have a lot to be happy about, though continuing development pressures will no doubt have an impact on its future.
Meet three of our dedicated In The Hills team members
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Mulmur based painter Brad MacIver is known for his wistful landscapes and crisp still lifes that encourage a viewer to luxuriate in the subject matter.
Check out our roundup of top events and happenings in Headwaters, including festivals, garden tours, mud races, live music and crafty fun
Author Dan Needles reflects on the sudden growth of small towns as urbanites adjust to village life
On our 30th anniversary, we dig into our archives to reflect on the recurring themes of aggregates and agriculture.
We live in the land of hockey and lacrosse, but cricket is the world’s second most popular sport after soccer – and it’s taking hold in Dufferin County.
Inspired by the natural rhythms of life, a host of gardeners has created a refuge of calm and beauty for the dying and the grieving – and those who care for them – at Bethell Hospice.
Get ready for a summer of gourmet grub with a hot new smoke shack, fresh produce at farmers’ markets, Field to Fork events, and Caledon Ribfest
With sketchbook in hand artist Fisher Monahan takes a walking tour of Broadway but gets distracted by all the nearby nosh.
Elite triathlete, car enthusiast and cancer survivor, 75-year-old Bob Knuckey aims to conquer the world – again.