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A brand new beverage doesn’t come around very often, especially one that is unique, delicious and has a great back story. Rarer still, and perhaps most importantly, a beverage that ties local history to the broader context of our nation’s founding, making it distinctly Canadian, yet also includes the histories of America and Great Britain. A discovery, in a local barn just outside Tweed...

What's in a Name ... Portàge - 4.3 out of 5 based on 4 votes
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Mirazule: The County’s New Shangri La? In unfamiliar territory my sat nav advises, “You have arrived,” but other than a 911 number, I do not see a sign, or anything much, except an unassuming rather unprepossessing track winding out of sight up an incline. Accepting the implied invitation to discover what lays beyond, I follow its twists and turns for what seems like an age, and am just...

Mirazule ... The County's new Shangri La - 3.8 out of 5 based on 6 votes
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The Royal Hotel...a command performance? Patience, we are told, is a virtue and for the Royal Hotel, its owners, management, and staff, the patience manifested over five years of development is becoming something of a guiding philosophy...the concept of UNRUSHED will be fully embodied in the guest experience. But more of that another time. Chatting with Albert Ponzo, executive chef of the Royal...

The Royal Hotel ...Coming soon - 5.0 out of 5 based on 2 votes
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It has taken more work and aggravation than was expected, but now, finally, Bocado, Stuart Cameron’s latest restaurant has opened its doors. That opening, welcome as it is, is more than just the opening of another restaurant, it represents the last act in a chain of events, bringing the historic Bristol Building into sharp focus as the home of the five local businesses, County CoWorking...

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A life set in stone: in conversation with Victor Oriecuia. Aviva Jacob How many people truly know, at just thirteen, what they’re meant to do in life? Perhaps at that age you wanted to be a doctor, a dancer, a fireman — something bold; useful; exciting. Preteens go through dreams like Kleenex: use once and toss aside. Whims are fleeting and superficial. At thirteen we’re just starting to...

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It seems a universal trait to dream of strolling through one’s vineyard on that special clear, cloudless day as the sun radiates upon rows of vines stretching to the horizon. A gentle breeze brushes the face whilst yellow finches hover among the undergrowth chirping melodically. Floral scents envelope one’s senses and an earthy aroma recalls last night’s rain. One feels peace and contentment....

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