canoe trip led to an affordable housing expert and an architect becoming the owners of a 135-year-old flour mill. Plus, how our cities can be safer for birds.
Travel in the time of post-COVID, and uncomplicated cooking that sustainable and delicious.
How Amber turned a 140-year-old Charlottetown house into an eco-friendly smarthome showcase.
Trish Magwood’s New Table
The Rundown In this episode, we meet up with Canada’s favourite Internet dad, Stuart Reynolds, or as you might know him, Brittlestar - the comedic nemesis of Covidiots everywhere. Next up, that jovial jill-of-all-trades Karen Bertelsen explains why making, fixing, and...
Urban Gardening in Toronto in a new documentary In My Backyard & learn more about hazelnuts.
I speak with hempbassador Marie Eisenmann about the fibre of the future
The Healing Power of Singing & how Anne of Green Gables changed her life.
So, bombs and welds all in this episode.
Virtual umbrella with Harrowsmith’s go-to weatherman & on how entrepreneurship and innovation have kept her farm alive
Chickens as companions and a beerless perennial
A Life of Beef and the Complexity of Hay for Horses
A Yukon Tale of Eating Locally and Honouring the Hog
A website for patients and a club for everyone
The young women who saved the WWII crops and getting seeds in early