Spooky season—otherwise known as October—wouldn’t be complete without a visit to a place with some haunted history. The storied spots on this list are a must for those eager to experience the paranormal. Just like trick-or-treating or seeing the fall colours, October wouldn’t be the same without a brush with the supernatural. Here are eight … Continued
Being lulled to sleep by the light gurgle of the Chilliwack River in a custom A-frame cabin, fishing for sturgeon the size of cows in some of the west coast’s most famous rivers, and soaking your worries away in a natural hot spring—what else could you want in a vacation? British Columbia residents Emily McNally … Continued
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Bruce Power is marking several key milestones including increased power output and an isotope harvest later this year.
The open hours is scheduled for Wednesday, October 27th from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Wingham Legion.
The Water and Planning Manager for the Ausable Bayfield Conservation Authority is reminding landowners who are contemplating additions to their buildings or changes to their property in regulated areas to make sure they and their contractors have the permits that are required for them to do what they’re hoping to do.
Sitting around the campfire is easily the best part of any cottage or camping trip. The warmth, quality time with friends and family, ghost stories, and food make for great memories. Here’s what you need to bring to your next night around the fire. Featured video
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How do you discourage bats that are hanging on the outside of a cabin? The main issue is that their feces fall on the deck and in front of the doorway where we walk.—Herb Kuehne, via email First of all, thank you for asking a question that isn’t overtly bat-bashing. They got enough problems! Cottagers … Continued
The Rural Ontario Institute is now accepting applications for the second round of their Rural Change Makers program.
The Huron Hospice October 50/50 raffle is on now to help raise the money needed to cover half the cost of running the facility.
The video shows officers arresting a woman, allegedly for failing to leave at the request of arena staff.
You’ve probably noticed a lot more land acknowledgements these days, part of an effort to recognize the traditional boundaries of the First Nations that still reside on land throughout cottage country. These phrases have become commonplace at public gatherings throughout the country, and are considered a first step, the bare minimum required to start the … Continued
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Bruce Power has received approval from the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) to take the next step forward for new isotope production.
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