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On the cold day Filipe Masetti Leite arrived on Pablo Picasso in Ushuaia at the tip of South America, he wrapped himself in a Canadian flag sent to him by Orangeville mayor Rob Adams. Photo by Barbara Nettleton.

Filipe Leite’s Incredible Journey

Jun 19, 2018 | Pam Purves

Filipe Leite’s extraordinary ride from Calgary to the tip of Brazil was an undertaking he had dreamed of since he was a student in Bolton.

A hunter takes to the field with a 12-gauge pump-action shotgun. Photo by Visualspace | istockphoto.

It’s Complicated

Jun 19, 2018 | Signe Ball | Editor’s Desk

I’m also genuinely impressed by all the good environmental work done by the likes of Dufferin Northern Peel Anglers and Hunters Association and Ducks Unlimited.

Varmints at the Gate. Illustration by Shelagh Armstrong.

Varmints at the Gate

Jun 19, 2018 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

Coyotes are like hotel burglars. They won’t force a lock, but if a door is left open, they will slip in and strip the place to the walls.

Summer canoe trip. Illustration by Shelagh Armstrong.

Where Time Stands Still

Jun 19, 2018 | Bethany Lee | Headwaters Nest

As daylight fills the evenings, it’s time to think about our camping plans for the summer. Pretty much every summer since my son Adrian could walk and talk, there has been a trip or two “up north” to do some tent camping.

Waterloo’s shiny new Research Institute for Aging is a beacon of hope as older adults struggle to preserve their well-being. (Photo courtesy RIA.)

Older Could Be Better

Jun 19, 2018 | Gail Grant | Over the Next Hill

The Research Institute for Aging works to improve quality of life for seniors.

Debbie Fawcett, a longtime municipal politician, championed the restoration of Horning’s Mills community hall. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

Debbie Fawcett

Jun 19, 2018 | Gail Grant | Over the Next Hill

Debbie Fawcett, a longtime municipal politician, championed the restoration of Horning’s Mills community hall.

The home’s lower level features walkouts to an infinity pool. Photography © Ben Rahn / A-Frame.

Picture Perfect

Jun 19, 2018 | Tralee Pearce | At Home in the Hills

A modern retreat melds seamlessly with its natural setting.

The annual Fire & Ice Festival culminates with a giant bonfire at Alton Mill Arts Centre. Courtesy Alton Mill.

Reimagining Tourism

Mar 26, 2018 | Liz Beatty | Environment

Can sharing our way of life help sustain it?

Sherri Cox prepares to perform surgery on a bear cub suffering from severe frostbite. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Wildlife Rescue: Cry of the Wild

Mar 26, 2018 | Gail Grant | Environment

Sherri Cox, a corporate executive turned wildlife vet, takes her surgical skills on the road to aid animals in distress.

A Quarter Century – and Counting

Mar 26, 2018 | Signe Ball | Editor’s Desk

Every column and feature in the magazine passes through this filter: What does it tell us about the place we call home and the people who live here?

Field Notes for Spring 2018

Mar 26, 2018 | Janice Quirt | Field Notes

Plant a pollinator garden, go for a farming grant and tap your inner naturalist.

Retreating from the Retreat

Mar 26, 2018 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

For most of the century before I arrived, this old house hosted a parade of smoker-drinker-carnivores who poured Paris green arsenic on their potato plants and thought cleansing of any kind was weakening.

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