#Autumn

For 375,000 Ontarians, Thanksgiving Dinner Isn't a Reality

Ontario Association of Food Banks | Posted 12.08.2014 | Canada Impact
Ontario Association of Food Banks

It must be fall, bringing with it Thanksgiving. This October, however, more than 16,000 families in Ontario will have no other choice but to visit a food bank for the first time in their entire lives. And while the idea of turkey dinner with all the trimmings certainly sounds delicious, for over 375,000 adults and children, it is simply not the reality of the season.

23 Of The Absolute Best Things About Fall

The Huffington Post Canada | Arti Patel | Posted 09.24.2014 | Canada Living

The season that's full of beautiful trees, hearty soups and knee-high socks is here. Although fall officially began on Tuesday, we've been seeing the ...

Stunning Reminders Why Fall Is Canada's Most Gorgeous Season

The Huffington Post Canada | Posted 09.10.2014 | Canada Living

Summer is drawing to a close, as Alberta is all too aware, but that's actually great news for people who love gorgeous views. And who doesn't love a g...

8 Reasons Why Fall Is The Best Season To Fall In Love

Notable.ca | Posted 11.09.2014 | Canada Living
Notable.ca

Earlier this summer, Notable.ca brought you some pretty sweet reasons to have a summer fling. Well, we hope that fling has sizzled or it's is about t...

Memories, Nostalgia and a Loss of Innocence

Beverley Golden | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada Living
Beverley Golden

November 22, 1963. A day everyone remembers as the day John F. Kennedy was assassinated. The whole world mourned America's "loss of innocence". For me, it became a pivotal day. A day that changed my life - forever. I experienced my own personal loss of innocence. A loss that would inform the rest of my life.

Why Trees Are Green -- And Yellow and Orange

The Nature Conservancy of Canada | Posted 01.23.2014 | Canada
The Nature Conservancy of Canada

Written by Mark Stabb, central Ontario program manager for the Nature Conservancy of Canada and contributor to Land Lines (the Nature Conservancy of C...

10 Signs You're Suffering From the End of Summer Blues

Hilary Farr | Posted 11.24.2013 | Canada Living
Hilary Farr

That's right! It's that time of year. Fall is here! Which is nice and pretty for some, But you know what's coming next! We often find ourselves in full denial and so you ignore it, deny it and in just like that the snow is falling. Here are 10 signs, you or someone you know is clearly has the "End of Summer blues."

Four Simple Health Habits for Fall

Meghan Telpner | Posted 11.23.2013 | Canada Living
Meghan Telpner

This time of year is always bittersweet -- we hate saying goodbye to the sunshine, but we love saying hello to warm soups, cuddles by the fireplace and crunchy leaves under our feet. Fear not. As the weather changes, so should our routines. Staying in tune with the seasons is key to being happy and healthy all year round.

Eight Great Winery Destinations Right Here in Canada

Trivago.ca | Posted 11.12.2013 | Canada Travel
Trivago.ca

Whether you are a connoisseur or are just looking for something new to do over a long weekend, these destinations are sure to provide a getaway with amazing views, exceptional wine, and new discoveries of some of Canada's hidden gems. Here are eight unmissable winery destinations...

What I Won't Miss About Summer

Lori Gard | Posted 10.30.2013 | Canada Living
Lori Gard

I love summer. Love, love, love it. It is the most wonderful time of the year. It is what we northerners wait for, what we hope for and what we crave through those dark and dreary winter months. It's the light at the end of the tunnel. But I realized that there are a FEW things I will not miss about summer.

Step Aside Strawberries, it's Pear Season

Amanda Riva | Posted 12.10.2012 | Canada Living
Amanda Riva

As the season rapidly changes, we have to say farewell to both warm days and the beloved seasonal fruits that go along with them. Goodbye, juicy watermelon. So long, luscious strawberries. But chin up fruit lovers, there's a new star in town! Pears! The deliciously fresh and lightly sweet quality of pears can be enjoyed in countless recipes and served in the comfort of your own home this fall season.

School Snacks: Nut Free Rice Crisps

Meghan Pearson | Posted 11.16.2012 | Canada Living
Meghan Pearson

There is some real chill in the morning air all of a sudden, and the new school year is well underway. Now that it's back-to-school time here's a great crispy rice treat, sans all the yucky gelatin and refined sugars included in traditional recipes (and it's nut free, so good for lunch boxes!)

Clinging to Summer? Try this Boozy Sno-Cone Treat

Kait Kucy | Posted 11.07.2012 | Canada Living
Kait Kucy

With the dawn of a new autumn looming over our heads, we desperately grasp at straws trying to maintain those laidback summer vibes we've been feeling all season long. Instead, I say we celebrate the change of seasons, look forward to it and honour the passing of summer for another year. And how better to pay your respects that lounging in the late afternoon sun with a liquored up snow cone and a barbecue?

Autumn Gardening: Expert Tips For The Perfect Fall Garden

The Huffington Post Canada | Arti Patel | Posted 12.03.2011 | Canada Style

For many, fall is a season to rake leaves, carve pumpkins and prepare for the winter ahead. But living in Canada, we are lucky to have four seasons th...

When Life Gives You Apples, Make Applesauce

Meg Tilly | Posted 11.28.2011 | Canada Living
Meg Tilly

I feel clever because I took something that an ordinary person would throw away, or eat and resent because the yellow/peach coloured apples were mealy. But as applesauce, those pathetic specimens are going to be so good that I might even lick the bowl, and because it's just me here, nobody will know the difference.

So Long Summer!

Carol Mott | Posted 11.17.2011 | Canada Living
Carol Mott

He says... I don't know about you, but it seems that the last time I checked my watch it was half-past May, and I was still grumbling about the long,...