Yolanda Thornton
Yolanda Thornton founded Moongate Publishing a custom content, branding and strategic communications company in 2009. Her experience spans over 30 years in the communications industry, and roles with national consumer lifestyle magazines and broadcast sales including 14 years as the Director of Advertising Sales and Marketing at Harrowsmith Country Life Magazine. Yolanda has a deep understanding of how organizations, business sectors, and Canadians get their information, entertainment and engage socially. She’s well versed in developing traditional and online communications strategies, magazines and content to create audience engagement, community involvement, and loyalty. www.moongate.ca
Green Eggs and Ham

Green Eggs and Ham

Shakshouka is a Middle Eastern dish of slow-cooked eggs in a “mixture”, as Arabic slang would have it. Traditionally, the dish is made with a tomato and chili base. The stars are always the fresh eggs. This playful twist on the beloved classic uses green tomatoes, allowing cooks to elevate their eggs from regular breakfast food to something special.

Sarah Harmer’s Tour of Elginburg, Ontario

Sarah Harmer’s Tour of Elginburg, Ontario

The youngest of six children, folk-popstar/activist Sarah Harmer grew up in the farming life near Burlington, in southern Ontario. After her early years with the alt-country band The Saddletramps and the alt-rock outfit Weeping Tile, Sarah’s debut solo album was technically intended only for family.

Our Gardening Digest Blooms in March

Our Gardening Digest Blooms in March

Coming to newsstands near you on March 11, the latest issue of Harrowsmith’s Gardening Digest is packed with great gardening advice. Berries, soil,...

Stompin’ Tom Connors’ 3000-year Calendar

Stompin’ Tom Connors’ 3000-year Calendar

Back in 2010, the Canadian music legend Stompin’ Tom Connors agreed to share his 3000-year calendar with the readers of Harrowsmith’s Truly Canadian Almanac. He was a fan of the Almanac and a true Canadian hero. We will miss him.

Funny You Should Say That

Funny You Should Say That

A salute to the local words, phrases and idioms that have added a distinct accent to country speech patterns for generations.

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