Upper Canada Village is real, not virtual– Image 1

Protesters visit an inn the inn at Upper Canada Village Inn. They express their 1860s attitudes, encouraging patrons and the owner to abstain from alcohol. The unique park with 40 buildings from Canada's Confederation Era is a family-friendly destination, suitable for all ages.

Upper Canada Village is real, not virtual

Treat yourself to the calming breeze that often blows off the nearby St. Lawrence River as you wander the dirt roads of the past at Upper...

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Cows in limbo: prison farm herd and caregivers patiently await homecom– Image 1

Farmer JeffPeters with Sarah, a calf born from the prison farm herd that is being raised on his Inverary farm.

Cows in limbo: prison farm herd and caregivers patiently await homecoming

After seeing Lenny Epstein's film Til the Cows Come Home, which tells of the strong local movement to fight the closure of Canada's prison...

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Farmers train farmers for a vital food system– Image 1

The author giving a workshop on construction for farmers.

Farmers train farmers for a vital food system

This week our farm hosted a special training day for farmers. It was part of a monthly event organized by the Eastern Ontario CRAFT-the...

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Feminine hip: a statement of strength– Image 1

Saxophonist Ada Rovatti performs at The Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City with bassist Janek Gwizdala. The jazz musician's newest album, Disguise, will be released on July 22.

Feminine hip: a statement of strength

Jazz, that uniquely American musical genre, has grown far beyond the US border. Today, you'll find major jazz centres in such diverse...

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The Producers makes its Kingston debut– Image 1

The cast of The Producers has been rehearsing for their upcoming production at The Grand Theatre July 23-26.

The Producers makes its Kingston debut

The plot is simple -a down on his luck Broadway producer and his side-kick accountant come up with a scheme to make more money producing a...

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Coffee Trends' one year anniversary celebration was a grand community – Image 1

Coffee Trends' one year anniversary celebration was a grand community affair

Coffee Trends' one year anniversary celebration was a grand community affair

More than 1000 people attended the festivities at Coffee Trends west end location in Blackburn Mews. There was a full barbecue and bouncy...

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Windsor-built 1934 Plymouth with one owner 53 years!– Image 1

Bill Ball's immaculate 1934 Plymouth Model PE coupe at a previous GoneCarCrazy Show 'n'Shine.

Windsor-built 1934 Plymouth with one owner 53 years!

Lifestyle - Bill Ball of Amherstburg, Ontario, purchased a 1934 Plymouth Model PE coupe in 1961, probably never imagining that he would...

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Long-time CNIB volunteer encourages community members to get involved– Image 1

Adrienne Bradley (left) and Tracy Holland hope to recruit a number of new volunteers for the CNIB through information sessions during the month of July.

Long-time CNIB volunteer encourages community members to get involved

Vision is a sense that many of us take for granted, but imagine what it would be like to lose your vision. Each day 120 Canadians begin to...

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Artisan Studio Tour

Fri Aug 8 | 10:00 AM

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