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Taking a Gamble on Eggs

May 26, 2020

Article by Karen Wehrstein / Photography by Heather Douglas Taking a chance on raising farm fresh eggs has paid off for Alexandra and Dan Gamble. Four years ago, the couple was operating a printing and display business in Queensville. They recognized they were in a declining industry and, as outdoors-loving people, they...

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Muskoka Moments

November 20, 2019

A lifetime of moments or Muskoka365 By Phil Harding Muskoka moments and Muskoka365, as I am known across social media, for me is made up of many, many, many moments in life. When all stitched together, they turn days into weeks, months into years and decades into lifetimes.  So to back up...

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Climbers Grab On To Winter

November 15, 2019

Article by Matt Driscoll / Photography by Tomasz Szumski Unknown to most but not far off the beaten trail, towers of frozen ice beckon adventurous souls. For decades, climbers have sought the beauty, solitude and the challenge of Muskoka’s ice walls. “It’s an incredible way to get outside and appreciate winter,” says...

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Muskoka from the Air - Winter beauty from a different viewpoint

November 13, 2019

Article by Meghan Smith / Photography by Tomasz Szumski Muskoka is beautiful in every season. Rugged rocks, plentiful trees and the vast number of rivers and lakes create a stunning showcase of nature. Visitors flock to see the natural wonders of the area as readily as locals appreciate their home, year-round. A...

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Muskoka Moments

October 08, 2019

Stagestruck in Muskoka By John McTavish Back in 1977, I was the minister of Bracebridge United Church. That fall, our congregation mounted a five-night run of the Broadway musical Godspell. The young people in the church and community were happy to audition for roles but no one wanted the role of Jesus. Girls weren’t...

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Experience Muskoka in September - Spectacular weather and lots of activities

October 02, 2019

Article by Matt Driscoll Muskoka offers beauty and exhilaration 12 months of the year but many would argue September is when the area shines brightest. The mid-summer heat has dissipated, the bugs have vanished and many of the big crowds have dwindled. Nonetheless, the water and the daytime temperatures will still...

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