In this issue...

Cycling the Pacific Trail

After retiring from teaching, Dave Bertrand cycled the Pacific Coast Trail, from Vancouver to the Mexican border, making friendships and memories that will last forever.

Understand Alzheimer's, dementia

If you live with Alzheimer's or dementia, or care for someone who does, this article will answer some of your the most commons questions our experts are asked.

Selling the farm

Succession planning is a difficult but crucial step for any aging farmer. As the adage goes, failing to plan is planning to fail. Our financial experts weigh in on this huge life decision.

Transpositioning cruise to Europe

Although the world is a difficult place to traverse right now, you've never had more time to plan your next adventure! Transpositioning cruises can be an affordable and interesting way to the world.

If These Walls Could Talk...

Sheldon Place, built by John Frost, was one of Owen Sound's first houses on West Hill. Designed to face over the bluff, this home had one of the best views of Georgian Bay.

Sustainable gardening

By adopting the practices outlined by our expert in this story, local green spaces can make a positive impact for the entire planet and the humans who inhabit it. 

Game Changer

Bob Knapp has spent his life preserving the area's natural habitat and helping people of all ages appreciate our natural legacy.

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