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If owning waterfront is at the top of your ‘wish list’ then consider this spectacular property! Featuring 350 ft of level shore on Long Reach, overlooking Hay Bay, a dock, boat launch & covered boat lift. The 3,800 s/f custom residence offers top-of-the-line contemporary features & stunning lake views from all living areas. With 9.5 acres including 4.5 acres of woods, a 2,400 s/f...

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Anthropocene has become an environmental buzzword since the atmospheric chemist and Nobel laureate Paul Crutzen popularized it in 2000.  It gives a name to the current geological era, in which humans are having a profound impact on the Earth’s geological strata. Geologists are still debating the term, but at the Art Gallery of Northumberland (AGN), we are embracing it as a social and...

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Elevate Plus Program Boosts Bay of Quinte Region Community At first glance, the Elevate Plus program is just another effective job skills training program that prepares candidates for stable, long-term employment in the local manufacturing sector. There is so much behind the program and its providers, to empower job seekers, support employers, and improve community for the entire Bay of Quinte...

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What’s in The County’s Wine Barrels? When I am putting pen to paper for this article, and yes, I actually do put pen to paper, it is the dead of winter, late February, and the vines are dormant, taking their winter nap readying themselves for their spring awakening. The other napping entity within a winery are the wines, those in barrels and those in tanks, waiting for that perfect time when...

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Last summer we paid a visit to Stefan Duerst’s home, workshop and outdoor exhibition space near Godfrey, just north of Kingston, as part of a feature on local sculpture parks. Fascinated with what I saw, I vowed to pay a return visit. Opening the discussion, we talk about the origins of artists as a distinct entity, and how originally they emerged from the system of medieval guilds in Europe...

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 Prime Minister Trudeau said what we’ve all been feeling, “COVID sucks”. We all know we’re heading into a particularly difficult winter, one where we won’t be able to find comfort in seeing friends and loved ones. Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) occurs to many of us every winter and this year it’s going to hit harder than ever so here are some ways to ward off the blahs and boost our...

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