A cafe and a yoga studio in Hamilton, Ontario collaborate for change
For the past twenty years Sally Miller has worked in, researched and taught about alternative food in Canada and the U.S. Mostly recently she’s spent her days interviewing farmers across Ontario. The news isn’t good. As she writes in her new book Belongings: The Fight for Land and Food: “I was saddened by the clarity […]
Steampunk in Motion
Ian Baird takes us on a video tour of his four-year-old lavender farm.
A selection of solar chargers. Some with batteries, some that need external packs. All can save your bacon in camp
Yvonne Bambrick has been on a bike since she was a baby. On the back of her father’s bike, a few decades back. But now she gets around Toronto under her own steam, and in her own words. Bambrick is the author of the Urban Cycling Survival Guide. It’s an introduction to the skills, gear […]
Anthony Pasto considers himself just a sales and marketing guy. In a former life Pasto ran a ball hockey league with a 100 staff members. These days his colleagues, almost all female, number in the millions – working away in 100 hives scattered across Southern Ontario. Pasto is a beekeeper and the owner of Happy Bees Apiary. […]