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Almonte and District Horticultural society contributes to the community

by Marilyn Snedden Saturday morning the Almonte and District Horticultural Society held a very successful plant sale at the Library parking lot. The cold drizzly weather was a...

Steak salad with horseradish dressing

by Susan Hanna Serves 4 This steak salad from the March 2013 issue of Bon Appetit calls for two of my favourite things about spring: the...

Peter Nelson’s travels – The road to Rio

by Peter Nelson On the road outside Belem, I set a new (and so far unbroken) bad-luck hitching record.  Two days — TWO DAYS!! —...

What happened to spring?

 by David Hinks All of a sudden it’s summer – but hold off on planting any of those heat loving plants that are very sensitive...

Creating a culture of safety for everyone

Creating a culture of safety for patients, residents, employees, physicians, midwives students, volunteers and visitors is the mandate of the Occupational Health and Safety...

Rhubarb Crisp flavoured with orange zest & candied ginger

Makes 4 - 5 servings I visited our garden and found the rhubarb had popped up this past weekend with the warm weather. Even though...

Great Canadian Cheese Festival

by Gay Cook  In its third year, the expanded Great Canadian Cheese Festival In its third year, the expanded Great Canadian Cheese Festival  returns on June 1 & 2,...

Peter Nelson’s travels – Uaupes and down the Amazon

by Peter Nelson  Well, this could be the last hump in the road back to what passes for civilization, but it’s proving to be a...

Outdoor planting in full swing

 by David Hinks On a sunny day last week I prepared a raised bed for planting some early greens. My goal was to create a...

Jim McIsaac retiring after 39 years with area ambulance services

When Jim McIsaac began working as an ambulance attendant in 1974, he was part of a private ambulance service with four full-time staff serving...

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