Although their chosen mediums are vastly different, artists Mark Nadjiwan and Patricia Gray’s respective work is deeply rooted in their experiences in remote and wild spaces as well as their First Nations ancestry.
In the late 1870’s William Hogg built a sawmill along the picturesque Boyne River north of Flesherton. Today the Bruce Trail connects Hogg’s Falls and Eugenia Falls and provides stunning views along this challenging seven-kilometre hike.
Northern Ontario is often referred to as “God’s Country”. If that’s true then Killarney must be her capital or at the very least the front entrance. After all, they say Killarney is the gateway to the North Channel.
A feast for the senses, this circular path through the forest atop the Escarpment offers us the opportunity to speak to the forest through a series of sound-responsive interactive lighting installations based on the five elements of air, space, earth, water and fire.
Escarpment ski resorts & private clubs have been hard at work putting in place a plan designed to minimize crowds, streamline dining and boil down the ski experience to its core—an awesome day on the hill.
With a successful (and busy) summer season under their belt, Blue Mountain Resort is looking ahead to their 80th ski season with a focus on outdoor winter fun as well as health and safety for snow-lovers. Blue is working diligently to ensure the resort is prepared to operate with heightened attention to safety in relation to COVID-19.
In 1931 Amelia Earhart was elected the first ever President of The 99s, an organization for the advancement of women in aviation. Today The 99s have nearly 5,000 members in over 35 countries and is the largest and oldest organization of women pilots.
This summery take on a traditional gratin is fresh and light with ripe seasonal produce. It’s quick to make, and easy to pop in the oven for an hour while you head outside to BBQ the rest of your meal.
Escarpment Magazine Spring 2020 Issue is available at over a dozen locations across Simcoe, Grey and Bruce Counties. Click here to view the list of pick-up locations, which will be updated as more businesses are able to open their doors.
This is a vegetarian adaptation of Julia Child’s classic “Boeuf Bourguignon”, a timeless winter recipe full of deep, rich gravy flavour, served on top of a hearty bowl of egg noodles or mashed potatoes.
Walking your dog is one of the most rewarding aspects of dog ownership. Getting outside, breathing fresh air, letting your thoughts wander and chuckling as your dog thoroughly enjoys the experience just as much as you do!
Everyone seems to be talking about posture. Text Neck, standing desks, vibrating wearables and apps that remind you to keep moving. Is good posture just on-trend, or do we need to sit up and take notice?
The thrill of riding a bike is a fundamental and healthy part of growing up. With mountain biking programs popping up around the Escarpment, the groms who ride here have a genuine leg up on other vertically challenged mountain biking locales.
One of the first things that you have to do when buying or selling a property with a REALTOR® is to establish the relationship between you. This is normally accomplished through an agency agreement such as a Buyer agency or listing agreement in the case of the sale of a property.
A hearty, warm galette is the perfect way to use up those last fall zucchinis. Layer it with a generous serving of goat cheese, sweet caramelized onions, and salty sundried tomatoes to create a beautiful, filling meal with the last garden produce of the season.
A lemon posset is a simple, make-ahead, lemon pudding recipe. Perfect for the holidays when you need a quick dessert that doesn’t require hours in the kitchen! Serve it with a simple
rosemary shortbread cookie to dip in for some added holiday charm.
Digestive complaints are a common reason why people consult with a naturopathic doctor (ND). Whether it’s something simple like bloating after eating, more bothersome like heartburn, or even a case of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) like Crohn’s or colitis, your ND can help prevent recurrence and treat acute flare-ups.
Charcuterie has its origins as a humble french peasant dish. But don’t let the simplicity of the preparation deceive you – curated and composed with a thoughtful arrangement of textures and tastes — Aside from being very delicious, a cheese and charcuterie board acts as a vessel for communication and is a great communal nibble.
Who isn’t looking for new menu ideas? How about one that is unique, tasty, all natural, free range, lean and reasonably priced? Sounds too good to be true doesn’t it? Its not, when you get to know wild boar…