Ontario’s name is derived from a Huron word meaning “great lake,” and, in addition to our province’s namesake lake (named Lake Great Lake, apparently), we’ve got over 250,000 freshwater bodies of water around the province. Among these, ther
Try to picture yourself as an early settler to this province in, say, the 1700s. Now, think about what you might be preparing for dinner – squash, corn, berries and pretty much any wild critter that looks edible, right?
Well, back then, there
"I came to Canada for its nature,” says Janusz Kucharski, who immigrated from Poland 17 years ago. As a teenager, he had come across a book filled with photos of the Canadian wilderness and dreamt about visiting a place where there were more n
Ontario Family Fishing Events is a province-wide opportunity for Canadian residents to fish Ontario waters without the otherwise mandatory fishing version outdoors card. The Ontario Government designates two periods throughout the year as license-
For many Canadians, there is a time of year that brings out deep seeded urges to venture out into the wilderness and take part in the ancient ritual of a hunt. The opening of hunting season, whether it be for small game or large animals like deer and
Winter is an awesome time of year for outdoor activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling and snowball fights. They’re all great pastimes, but unfortunately need one crucial component: Snow. We know, we know, we’re not thrilled about the w
A magazine designed to appeal to the attitudes and lifestyles of the outgoing, active Canadian. Contemporary not trendy, authentic not replicated, Chill is a surprisingly compelling and humorous magazine that has become a staple in our readers’ down time.
Each issue, offered at The Beer Store in Ontario and on select newsstands nationally, balances regular columns and seasonal features, leveraging a number of our nation’s most prolific leisure, lifestyle, entertainment, travel, business and sports writers.