Winter in Ontario’s Muskoka area is a season of skating on a lake, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, sledding, snowmobiling, hiking, hockey and snow golf. It’s a long list and one that might take the season to get through unless you he
While February, Heart Month, brings to mind thoughts of Valentine’s Day and images of hearts and love, the heart is much more than a symbol.
Looking back we can all spot choices that changed our lives. Books for older readers often deal with the coming-of-age moments that dot the universal journey from childhood to maturity.
Marthe Jocelyn has written with great panache a
No doubt a visit to the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) will be on the list of Family Day Long Weekend activities and the attraction is ready for families. Just for the occasion, master balloonist Mark Verga has created an amazing
The Alps (Ontario Science Centre) — When John Harlin III was just nine, his father, an avid mountain climber, fell to his death while climbing the dangerous north face of the Eiger in Switzerland. Harlin grew up
Parents intending to send their kids to camp sometimes have difficulty accepting the idea that a teenager can fulfill the role of leader, teacher or surrogate parent. This is understandable as many parents did not have an opportunity to att