Get ready for outdoor fun, arts and crafts, sports and more with these March Break Camps and activities.
Ontario’s only lizard species happens to be one that utilises a clever survival tactic — dropping its tail when scared.
Rattlesnakes in Ontario are largely harmless, save for the Massasauga rattlesnake, the only venomous one in the province.
Get ready to embrace the colder weather with backyard rinks, tales from the Arctic, Alton Mill’s Fire & Ice festival and lots more winter fun.
Dumplings shaped like half moons start in a menu inspired by the tasty traditions – and midwinter optimism – of lunar new year celebrations.
As habitats shrink, these three animals have become ‘extirpated herptiles’ — reptiles and amphibians that are now regionally extinct in Ontario.
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.
Meet three of the key members of the In The Hills team – Jim Stewart, Liz Beatty, and Elaine Li – who contributed to our winter issue.
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As a student of mysticism and esoteric philosophy, artist CJ Shelton’s works reflect her love of the archetypal realm.
Fire & Ice at the Alton Mill, The Nutcracker live on stage, and lots of holiday markets will keep you busy this winter.
Veteran writer Dan Needles laments the loss of printed news while pondering the future of journalism.
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