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janet davies

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After a move from England to Toronto in 1993, Jan stayed there only until she discovered Prince Edward County. 20 years later, having shed her corporate job with Thomson Newspapers, she and photographer Graham Davies say they’ve “never felt better, never had less” living the simple, somewhat precarious, free lance rural life. Jan delights in writing about the creative, tenacious and inspiring people she meets every day in The County.

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The fall brings back memories of duck hunting with my brothers when i was a kid. I was a tag-along but as long as I didn’t complain and I could distinguish between a blue-winged teal whistling into our blind and the silhouette… read more


I’m writing on behalf of the entire Wellington Water Week team to thank Watershed magazine for the gorgeous piece in the current Summer issue, created by Micol Marotti and Tim Zeltner. We were literally…



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shelagh armstrong

sheilagh armstrongA graduate of the University of Toronto and the Ontario College of Art and Design…

david newland

david newland

A writer, speaker, and musician based in Cobourg, David travels widely…

janet davies

janet daviesAfter a move from England to Toronto in 1993, Jan stayed there only until she discovered…