Volume 26 Number 4
People are at the heart of every story in our hills, and we can be proud of having some of the very finest among us.
Six women carry on a 20-year history of bringing exceptional, independent film to Orangeville.
This business owner helps people with disabilities express themselves through music at Tisho’s Music Academy in Bolton.
The founders of Streams Community Hub in Shelburne believe every child deserves a chance to tap into their creative side.
The founder of Feral Cat Rescue in Melancthon gives feral felines a new lease on life.
This duo brings Dufferin’s farmers together with foodies, chefs, students and families.
At her Youthdale Riding Program in Hockley Valley, kids learn a lot more than how to ride.
Local climate change activist pounds the Orangeville pavement weekly to get her message out.
Twenty-six of this Shelburne golfing legend’s students have gone on to university golf scholarships across North America.
The centuries-old sport continues to thrive and the Great Canadian Pond Spiel is a fun-filled reminder of its origin on natural ice.
Our annual review of new books by local authors & illustrators.
Sauerkraut, kefir, kimchi and other tangy fermented foods have gone from traditional to trendy.