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The Buzz about Bugs

Jun 14, 2024 | Signe Ball | Editor’s Desk

Summer time brings bugs, and like them or hate them, our ecosystems rely on those tiny critters.

Summer Contributors

Jun 14, 2024 | Emily Dickson | Contributors

Meet three creative contributors – Gail Grant, Anna Lee Boschetto and Fisher Monahan – whose work is featured in our summer issue.

Artist in Residence: Liz Eakins

Jun 14, 2024 | Janice Quirt | Artist in Residence

Using handmade, fibrous Japanese paper, this Creemore artist utilizes layers, shape, and texture.

Field Notes for Summer 2024

Jun 14, 2024 | Emily Dickson | Field Notes

Jump into the swing of summer with a fishing derby, archery competition, and outdoor concerts.

I Don’t Know What Happened…

Jun 14, 2024 | Dan Needles | Fence Posts

Rural living often presents various technological challenges – but sometimes getting disconnected is just what you need.

A Permit Primer

Jun 14, 2024 | Tony Reynolds | Country Living 101

So, you want to build an addition on your country property? Be prepared to become an expert in zoning and building permits – as well as the needs of your local conservation authority.

Food + Drink Summer 2024

Jun 14, 2024 | Emily Dickson | Departments

Dine en plein air, pick plant-based foods, or indulge in a handmade ice cream sandwich

Meet the Maker: Branson Giles

Jun 14, 2024 | Janice Quirt | Made in the Hills

Orangeville native Branson Giles designs and crafts his wood furniture pieces both to honour the designs of the past and to ensure they live long into the future.

Local Buys: Summer 2024

Jun 14, 2024 | Janice Quirt | Made in the Hills

Discover fingerprint jewelry, local leather goods, and handmade garden gems.

Bolton Loop

Jun 14, 2024 | Nicola Ross | Take a Hike

This hike along the Humber River passes through downtown Bolton with a chance to stop for a latte, ice cream, pint or a full meal.

The Deliberate Luxury of Dinner Out

Jun 14, 2024 | Bethany Lee | Headwaters Nest

As food prices in Canada dramatically rise, the simple act of going out for dinner seems to be an indulgence fewer and fewer can enjoy.

Life in the Blue Zone

Jun 14, 2024 | Gail Grant | Over the Next Hill

Aiming to reach 100? Learn about life in Blue Zones, the places on earth where people live beyond a century.