Author: Cara Williams

Mary Ward

The 129ft. wooden steamer is said to have veered off course and became irreversibly marooned on the smooth rock ledge of the shoal. The dramatic story, filled with mystery, intrigue, heroism and human error resulted in a nautical disaster…

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Viticulture Meets Vision

Nestled within the rolling hills above the quaint hamlet of Redwing sits The Roost vineyard and winery. Gorgeous in its simplicity, The Roost presents breathtaking views over the Escarpment and beyond to Georgian Bay…

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New Blue–Meet Blue’s New Owner

Late in 2017 it was announced that Alterra Mountain Company, a newly established, four-season resort destination group based in Denver, Colorado, had purchased Blue Mountain Resort…

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Women to Women

Blizzard and Tecnica’s Women to Women ititiative aims to foster and grow the community of women skiers though education that break down barriers for women who wish to get into the sport of skiing…

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Rustic Redone

What started as a home feature interview quickly turned into a history lesson for myself and home owners Ray Mueller and Jill Proud who live in a renovated log cabin that dates back to the 1830s.

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Fueled by Canadian Food

This past July, Evan Gilroy pedalled his bike down Highway 26 towards his home in Meaford, a mere 30 days after his ride began in Vancouver. What’s more impressive than riding a bike 4300 kms—there were no Power- Bars in Evan’s pack. Evan sustained his energy by eating only foods grown and produced within 50 kms of his location each day.

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200 Oak Street

By Cara Williams The year was 1986 and Jurg Gfeller was just coming off another World Cup season...

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