Closing-Up Is hard to do… Canadians just enjoyed their Thanksgiving and our US neighbors celebrated Columbus Day. 11 articles this month. [Photo by Ian Coristine]
This issue is dedicated to you, the Closers. For those of you who live here year-round you can look forward to no 5:00 p.m. traffic jams, and lots of evenings by the fireplace.
Sometime in August — just as the summer season is coming to a close — five River women set aside a day just for themselves alone on the River.
The Thousand Islands Cup was established once again this summer to celebrate the rich racing heritage of the Chippewa Yacht Club and the Thousand Islands Region.
From its inception, the Westminster Park Community was spurred along by the astute cultivation of a relationship with the media. In the 1870’s and the 1880’s, “media” meant connections in the newspaper and the publishing worlds.
Whatever happened to Theodore Gegoux’s painting of the palatial steamboat St. Lawrence during a searchlight excursion in 1894 in the Thousan
My name is Julie Woods and I have been a summer student employed by The Arthur Child Heritage Museum (ACHM) in Gananoque for two years. Th
If you google “Hockey and culture” in Canada you will find, ”Ice Hockey: A symbol of Canada, a national sport, and even a way of life.” It
What do you do on your way to the Thousand Islands? Ryan Leiberher, gets his pencil out and before long he captures the thrill of crossing the 1000 Islands Bridge
My debut novel, The Fabric of Hope: An Irish Family Legacy is the story of an 1850s Irish immigrant and a 21st-century single mom who are c
Experience the power of the 6 with puzzle #45! DAN’S 8-STEP APPROACH TO SOLVING ALL SUDOKU PUZZLES Once you have completed the