The Rundown In this episode we talk about the changing role of women in agriculture and the future of the largest agricultural fair in the world. I...
From preparing hot peppers to building your own smokehouse, the latest edition of Harrowsmith magazine is sure to heat things up thanks to its Fire theme.
When I was a kid, we’d frequently pass through Ayr on our way from Paris, Ontario. It was a zigzag left-right turn off the appropriately named Swan...
The Royal is coming to town, November 1 to 10, and it’s coming with a promise to help you Get Agricultured. Along with the launch of ticket sales,...
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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.
Rural Canada has produced some of the world’s finest athletes. Here’s a look at a few of Canada’s small town halls of fame that keep their memories alive.
A salute to the local words, phrases and idioms that have added a distinct accent to country speech patterns for generations.
The Almanac presents 3 ways to heal the everyday injuries of country life, from bee stings to poison ivy: an old-fashioned approach, a modern home remedy, and doctor’s orders.
Canadian Small Towns Still Remember The 1959 Royal Visit.
Perhaps no one completely personifies the fine line between artistic genius and madness quite so well as Vincent Van Gogh, who apparently committed suicide 125 years ago.
Farley Mowat, 1921–2014
Kevin shares his love of his hometown.
Annapolis vineyards are turning out some top-quality wines, while craft breweries have some excellent award-winning ales and lagers on tap.