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PublisherSimon Payn Managing EditorGale Beebygale@herecanada.ca Consulting EditorsColin McAllister and Justin Ryan DesignPeter Stewart SalesMichele Guitemichele@herecanada.ca Dawn Poissantdawn@herecanada.ca Business ManagerGlenda Mumfordadmin@thehighlander.ca How to Reach Us123 Maple Ave.Box 1024Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0705-457-2900

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A note from Colin and Justin

Hello, and welcome to Here with Colin and Justin. The very essence of life in the rural space, Here is an exciting, quarterly magazine based in Ontario’s magical Cottage Country. With the emphasis on informative, inspirational content, our new mag will be a style bible, a lifestyle compass and a guide to all that’s good…

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Here: Exploring the New Rural Lifestyle

Here. It’s where you are: a landscape stretching from the shores of Georgian Bay, eastward through the Haliburton Highlands and south to the lakes of the Kawarthas. It’s Ontario’s Cottage Country – reimagined and revitalized. Central Ontario is experiencing the fastest growth since Confederation. A population of former city dwellers – educated, travelled, skilled and…

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Solar Power

After a year of anxiety, a sunny yellow splash of colour will make you happy! Pantone, the global colour authority, chose Illuminating yellow as one of their colours of the year for 2021 as a way for people to fortify themselves with energy to help us overcome the continuing uncertainty we live in. Perhaps yellow also represents the light at the end of the tunnel? We can hope!

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Keeping it real estate

Even astride a buoyant real estate market, you can still tailor your cabin’s aesthetic to maximize profitability. Here are the basic steps to help tempt those big bucks.

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Escape to the country

A passive home in a beautiful setting on Eagle Lake lured Dana and Rose from Arizona for the good vibes of a four-season wonderland.

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The ribbon of life

The Ribbon of Life

The transitional area between aquatic and terrestrial is a critical habitat for local wildlife and requires our collective small-scale efforts to reduce the effects of climate change.

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