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Sir Francis Bond Head, lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, whose arrogant misreading of the political situation had helped bring about the 1837 uprising, issued a proclamation offering a £1ooo reward for capture of Mackenzie.

The Rebellion of 1837: Not Just Montgomery’s Tavern

Nov 17, 2012 | Ken Weber | Historic Hills

The rebellion in Upper Canada finally got British authorities to look into what was upsetting the colonies.

Hobo Wally

Aug 9, 2012 | Online Editor

“King Of The Hole” by Hobo Wally (a quarry song) “Walk with me, Stop the Quarry” by Hobo Wally -Melancthon Quarry

Pickerel frog: May; throughout, anywhere 
with woods and wetlands Its voice – a low “snore” – doesn’t project well and usually begins later in the evening. 4.5–7.5cm

Frog Listen and Watch

Mar 24, 2012 | Online Editor

If frogs can open the eyes of children to the wonders of nature, they can also touch our souls.

Peel's first roundabout at Dixie

How to use a roundabout

Mar 24, 2012 | Online Editor

Just drive slowly, proceed with caution, and the roundabout will help you get through it.

Growing Caledon’s Good Food Ideas

Jan 25, 2012 | Signe Ball

Two videos have been produced to showcase Caledon’s food innovators and local “farm to table” efforts.

Books Love to Read

Love to Read Books

Jan 15, 2012 | Online Editor

Dream of your spring garden, solve a legal case, pursue your spiritual life, renovate your diet, or just bury yourself in a rollicking good tale.

Mega Quarry

Jan 14, 2012 | Online Editor

Protect Ontario’s land and drinking water, stop the Melancthon mega quarry. View Adrienne Arsenault’s report from CBC’s The National.

Gifts of Canadian Nature, Nature Conservancy of Canada

Gifts of Canadian Nature

Nov 8, 2011 | Online Editor

Consider giving a holiday gift as vast and beautiful as our Canadian wilderness – beautifully packaged and small enough to fit under a tree!

Mr Hobo Wally

Mr Hobo Wally – Melancthon Quarry

May 10, 2011 | Guest

“Walk with me, Stop the Quarry” – Mr Hobo Wally – Melancthon Quarry A Song to Save Our Farmland by Hobo Wally

Le Tour de Terra Cotta – Race Video

Mar 24, 2011 | Nicola Ross | Back Issues

RACE DATE: MONDAY AUGUST 1st, 2011 Participants don’t just like LTDTC… they LOVE it! The Tour starts at the Terra Cotta Inn where dozens of sleek, jersey-clad racers fill King…

Glasslands Musical Slideshow

Mar 24, 2011 | Monica Duncan | Back Issues

View a musical video including more of the Glasslands photographs, reflect and enjoy. By Monica Duncan The striking photographs of crystal sculptures on display at The Alton Mill this May…

Heroes

Nov 15, 2009 | Online Editor

Our local heroes define community at its best. Here’s how you can help. Heather Broadbent Captive on the Carousel of Time To find our more about heritage conservation, visit: Ontario…

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