Made in the Hills
As this Alton textile artist leans into her quirky, one-of-a-kind designs, Hollywood comes calling.
The line is called One Made Beaver, a reference to the beaver-pelt-backed currency the Hudson’s Bay Company devised to trade with Indigenous peoples.
This Hockley Valley artisan is carving out a name for himself with each wooden utensil he creates.
Orangeville has become a hot spot for take-home hot sauces.
How an Orangeville mom made homemade soaps and beauty oils her business.
Where we’re buying local this spring.
A holiday gift guide from local purveyors.
A nutritious breakfast update, fresh feel-good teas and beauty products fit for a spa may be all you need to catch your breath and carry on with a smile.
From books to art and locally made flags, here are just a few ways to toast Canada in our neck of the woods.
Need something to dazzle at your next baby shower?
Our annual Made In The Hills gift guide highlights how easy it is to shop local.
As you load up your harvest table with a Thanksgiving meal for your extended family, or conspire to enjoy a cozy fireside dinner for two, you’ll find there’s much to be thankful for in these hills – especially the local goodies you can gather without venturing far.