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Legal Cannabis in Headwaters

Sep 16, 2019 | Kira Wronska Dorward

A year after cannabis was legalized, local residents and businesses are still trying to sort it all out.

Cathy Timbers and her husband, Blair Marks, in 2016. This year, after a devastating cancer diagnosis, Blair chose medical assistance in dying. Courtesy Cathy Timbers.

A Final Choice

Sep 16, 2019 | Jeff Rollings

Crucial considerations on life’s final journey.

From My Window

Sep 16, 2019 | Anthony Jenkins

Five people share their views as told to Anthony Jenkins.

Sculptor John Farrugia built a tiny home on his family property in Mono. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

An Ode to the Tiny House

Sep 16, 2019 | Janice Quirt

The idea of living small is undeniably alluring. Some folks in these hills are doing more than flirt with the romantic fantasy.

Weed Diaries

Sep 16, 2019 | Signe Ball | Editor’s Desk

Cannabis is once again a topic of avid discussion – where can you get it, what’s the best cultivar, is it worth growing your own?

J.W. Kearns’ grandfather Walker Kearns (left) and great uncle Will Kearns at J. Kearns & Son general store at 189 Broadway in Orangeville, c.1919. Courtesy J.W. Kearns.

Letters – Our Readers Write: Autumn 2019

Sep 16, 2019 | Our Readers | Letters, Our Readers Write

Letters published in the Autumn 2019 edition of In The Hills magazine.

The Big Sleepover

Sep 16, 2019 | Bethany Lee | Headwaters Nest

Having a friend over, the excitement and anxiety of sharing your space, was such a thrill.

The Queen’s race horse hobby has reportedly netted her about $9.4 million. Wenn Rights Ltd / Alamy Stock Photo.

The Side Hustle

Sep 16, 2019 | Gail Grant | Over the Next Hill

After retirement, your passion can be a new career.

Bill Hayes, whom the kids call “Mr. Bill,” at Alton Public School with students Faith (rear), Ruby (left) and Brooke. Photo by Pete Paterson.

Bill Hayes

Sep 16, 2019 | Gail Grant | Over the Next Hill

Bill Hayes spent his early childhood on a farm property that is now the Caledon Riding and Hunt Club on the Third Line (now Creditview Road).

The grand Victorian exterior of Sandy and Peter Reeves’ Hillsburgh farmhouse has changed little since it was built in 1876. Photo by Rosemary Hasner / Black Dog Creative Arts.

At Home with Pond Side Pilates

Sep 16, 2019 | Tralee Pearce | At Home in the Hills

How a lush Hillsburgh property warms the souls of its English expat owners – and neighbours looking to get fit.

Keeping the General Store Alive in Headwaters

Jun 20, 2019 | Kira Wronska Dorward

Local shop owners lean on lattes and eggs Benedict, artisanal gifts and festive community events – even Airbnb suites – as they serve their communities.

Headwaters Health Care Centre CEO Stacey Daub has been working on patient service transitions for a decade: “Imagine if you could eliminate those transitions, if it truly was all within one system.” Photo by Pete Paterson.

Headwaters Health Care Centre Faces the Future

Jun 20, 2019 | Elaine Anselmi

In the face of the province’s restructuring of health care, our Headwaters hospital is poised to emerge as the kind of community hub Ontario needs.

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