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Videographer Sara May was one of the team hired during the pandemic to launch Theatre Orangeville Presents Online. Photo by Beckie Morris.

How to Save a Theatre

Sep 24, 2021 | Liz Beatty | Arts

The creative minds at Theatre Orangeville were not about to be upstaged by a pandemic.

Dufferin community paramedics Josselyn Hudasek, Krystle Neumann and Cara Burleigh. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

Safe at Home

Sep 24, 2021 | Gail Grant

Instead of rushing them to hospital, community paramedics are helping patients stay in their own home.

Autumn Contributors

Sep 24, 2021 | In The Hills | Contributors

Meet three of our clever contributors – Ellie Eberlee, Janet Dimond and Ben Rahn.

Letters – Our Readers Write: Autumn 2021

Sep 24, 2021 | Our Readers | Letters, Our Readers Write

Letters published in the Autumn 2021 edition of In The Hills magazine.

Field Notes for Autumn 2021

Sep 24, 2021 | Johanna Bernhardt | Field Notes

Where to shop, donate, walk this season.

Road Rage Comes to Town

Sep 24, 2021 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

For generations the only people in Canada who had a good word to say about Toronto were the ones living there. Now thousands of them have left to live here.

Gearing Down

Sep 24, 2021 | Gail Grant | Over the Next Hill

When it’s time to put on the brakes — for good.

Donna Holmes at the door of the Mono pioneer church that has been part of her life for as long as she can remember. “It’s where real life happens,” she says. Photo by Brenda Holmes.

Donna Holmes

Sep 24, 2021 | Gail Grant | Over the Next Hill

This devoted Relessey Cemetery Board volunteer helps the group manages the graveyard next to the Mono church, which dates back to the 1870s.

A Time for Listening

Sep 24, 2021 | Bethany Lee | Headwaters Nest

Covid has forced us to work in new ways amid absurd family pressures. But coincident with the pandemic, we have been also confronting broader issues.

This all-black contemporary home is built into a hillside, affording the owners sweeping views eastward and protection from Mulmur’s famously harsh winter winds. Photo by Ben Rahn.

Taking the Long View

Sep 24, 2021 | Tralee Pearce | At Home in the Hills

A contemporary family home melds into a Mulmur hillside and makes the case for the transportive joys of miles-long vistas and oversized windows.

Baker and owner Cristina Roque works in the quiet of her kitchen at Orangeville’s Son of a Chef Bakery. Photo by Pete Paterson.

While We Are Sleeping

Jun 22, 2021 | Anthony Jenkins

It’s 3:15 a.m. Where are you? Meet the folks who are doing important work in the middle of the night as most of us are curled up under the covers.

Belfountain Under Siege

Jun 22, 2021 | Nicola Ross

A dispatch from the battlefield.

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