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Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents The Venuti String Quartet

Oct 24, 2023 | Janet Kerr

The Venuti String Quartet is made up of some of the most sought after freelance musicians in Toronto. Their members frequently perform with many of the major orchestral ensembles in…

Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents Drew Jurecka Jazz Trio

Oct 24, 2023 | Janet Kerr

The Drew Jurecka Trio is led by Grammy-nominated violinist, composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Drew Jurecka. Violin is Drew’s primary instrument, but he also works frequently as a performer and recording sideman…

Caledon Chamber Concerts Presents Payadora Tango Ensemble

Oct 24, 2023 | Janet Kerr

“The beloved ensemble that is tango and beyond. It is world. It is classical. It is jazz. It is tango … a delicious swirl of music that is the Payadora…

A Persuasive Man

Sep 13, 2010 | James Jackson | Back Issues

Ad man, radio host and author Terry O’Reilly discusses growing up in Sudbury, what it means to live in the Age of Persuasion, and why advertising really is an art.

Home After Supper

Sep 13, 2010 | Online Editor | Back Issues

Evening meetings are just one of the demands that come with the job for local councillors, and there are plenty of others, but for most who take the plunge into public service, there are also rewards. Four former councillors reflect on the highs and lows of life in the council chambers – and after.

What Makes Heather Run?

Sep 13, 2010 | Julie Suzanne Pollock | Back Issues

Being a councilor can be a tough, time-devouring, often thankless job. So why would anyone want to do it? One neophyte candidate offers an answer.

Straight Arrow: Lessons in a Steady Hand and a Sharp Eye

Sep 13, 2010 | Nicola Ross | Leisure

Lessons in archery from the steady hand and a sharp eye of Bruce Savage.

Stars of Dufferin

Sep 13, 2010 | Signe Ball | Arts

Mary Lazier’s new, illustrated book tells the history of Dufferin County like you’ve never heard – or seen – it before.

Has the Cat Come Back?

Sep 13, 2010 | Don Scallen | Environment

The last cougar in Ontario was shot at Creemore in 1884. Now, after the passage of more than a century, a modest “re-wilding” is underway. But what of the cougar? Has the cat come back?

Ontario Gothic

Sep 13, 2010 | Michele Green | Back Issues

A modest log cabin and a grand Victorian farmhouse merge history in Caledon, thanks to Helen and John Mason.