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It is often said, every one of us has a story to tell.  For every soul arriving on the shores of Prince Edward County to build a new life, the sentiment couldn’t be more true.  Most of us have a story to share and Vera Soltykewych is no different.  Vera’s story touches on loss and tragedy, but it also embraces perseverance and strength.  With a French mother and a Ukrainian father, Vera grew up...

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  Spring is undeniably exciting. This eloquent season carries in its arms the promise of new life. That which fell into the deep slumber of winter is beginning to awaken. It is a turning point, when stagnation is at its end and it is time to sweep the stuffiness of the passing term out through the open doors. The popular expression “spring cleaning” is utilized most often when it concerns the...

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  If you’ve driven along the Loyalist Parkway in August, hung out at Sandbanks over a July long weekend, visited one of the 40 or so county vineyards, or eaten at a hot new gastropub recently, then you have probably clued in to the fact that Prince Edward County has become a major tourist destination. And with all those visitors comes a need for places for the weary travellers to lay their...

The Shop on the Corner: Arts & Crafts in the Limestone City by Sharon Harrison Located in Kingston’s downtown, Cornerstone Canadian Art & Craft can be found at the bustling intersection of Ontario and Princess Streets.  The distinctive 1830s heritage building forms part of Kingston’s characterful streetscape, which now sees a blend of old and newer structures at its core.  Cornerstone...

Outdoor Pursuits: Birding - Beyond the Binoculars by Christine Kirkland If when you hear the term “Bird-watching” it evokes a vision of an elderly individual dressed in beige and sporting a flappy-brimmed hat, doddering about the park with binoculars and a little dog, you’re not alone. While such laid-back observation techniques may suit some just fine, there are many others who have taken...

Prince Edward County's Oldest Winery Celebrates a Birthday by Konrad Ejbich Ed Neuser and Rita Kaimins sat in the back garden of the farmhouse they had bought in 1983 on the shore of Prince Edward Bay near the Waupoos marina. Ed owned a profitable machine shop and Rita was the head buyer for a fashionable clothing chain. Weekends here were peaceful, quiet and calming. They loved to garden all...

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