Saturday, December 4, 2021

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Local Artists Band Together to Save Trees

Trees. Tall, majestic, swaying in the wind. Young, budding, reaching towards the sunlight. Old, faltering, decomposing so new life will thrive. Trees clean the...

Arts In The Garden Takes Root

On Saturday, September 18, Meaford’s own Craig Gallery teamed up with Jen Burak, the new owner of historic 212 Miller Street (now The River...

Coyotes Host 10th Annual Cross-Country Race

If you happened to pass by the old GBCS track on Saturday, September 25, you were likely struck by the fact that there was...

The Trees of Meaford

Submitted by Charlie Killin When I moved to Meaford about a year ago, one thing stood out right away. The trees seemed taller than any...

Recruits Fundraise Thousands For Soldier ON

While many Canadians are still enjoying the last couple of hours of a restful night’s sleep, new recruits on Basic Military Qualification Course (BMQ)...

Leveraging Social Capital to Grow Your Business

By Brandon & Angela Forder, on behalf of the Chamber of Commerce Social capital refers to the networks we create within a society or community...

Let’s Celebrate Pollinators: Meaford Group Gives Pollinators A Leg Up

If you eat every day, you need pollinators – the bees, flies, butterflies, moths, wasps, beetles, hummingbirds, and small mammals that transfer pollen from...

The Master Gardener’s Corner – Things to do in Your Garden in June

Things to do in your garden each month, taken from the Ontario Master Gardener Calendar by John Hethrington, Past President, Master Gardeners of Ontario....

A History of Meaford’s Big Apple

The Meaford Apple, also known as the Big Apple, has been an iconic local tourist spot for decades, welcoming thousands of out-of-towners annually for...

Chamber of Commerce COVID Update – Service Clubs

Many of Meaford's service clubs are longstanding members of the Chamber of Commerce because, like them, the Chamber works hard to make Meaford a...

The Master Gardener’s Corner

There are lots of things to do in your garden in May, now that spring is here: If not done already, clean up winter...

Pollinators Need You

Pollinators provide an indispensable service. They pollinate 90 percent of the world’s flowering plants and more than two-thirds of the world’s crop species. Without...

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