After reflecting on 30 years of producing In The Hills, editor Signe Ball believes that what holds our community together is the willingness of people to care for other people.
A closer look at the ramifications of the recent announcement that Caledon will break away from Peel Region.
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.
With our design refresh, we’ve dressed ourselves up in some stylish new togs, and we’re ready and excited to embrace the future in our 30th year.
Birds do it, frogs do it, even rabbits in the woods do it. So let’s do it – let’s survive winter.
In the Hills bids a fond farewell to long-time contributor, Ken Weber, who penned 103 columns for our Historic Hills section.
Wages are simply not keeping pace with the cost of accommodation.
In fact, going back is never an option.
Amid the despair and struggle, there have been encouraging signs of the resilience of the human spirit.
Large-scale farming in Dufferin still has a fighting chance of remaining a viable industry that both feeds us and helps maintain national food security.
A lot of us are daring to hope that some things really will never be the same again – in a good way.
The Ford government has navigated Covid as well as or better than many – but at the same time, it has also escalated its pro-development agenda.