Tag - July/August 2021

How to Dry Herbs

In the Garden By Claudette Russell Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme, and so many more As a curious gardener, you may turn your attention to growing herbs at some point in your gardening journey. The options are much more varied than the four herbs mentioned in Scarborough Fair, the popular 1968 song by Simon and Garfunkel. If...

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Culture Club

Off the Beaten Path By Madeline Kallio A mix of traditions from Kazabazua to Maniwaki The eclectic mixture of French, English and Native language and culture intertwined in these communities makes them a unique and interesting area to visit. One feels at home in all of the venues and the welcome is extraordinary. Situated on...

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Dr. David Edmison

By Iris Winston Photos by John Major Perfect Vision The life work of Dr. David Edmison Yachts. Eyes.  Airplanes. Skis. Lawns.  At first glance, there seems little connection between these items. But each is associated with a key aspect of Dr. David Edmison’s life. A board-certified ophthalmic surgeon in practice since 1972...

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