How many times have you heard a man say, “I’m not sick”? They say it because they don’t want to be sick and, if they are sick, they don’t want to know about it.
Fully 80 per cent of Canada’s garlic is grown in Ontario. The popular herb will be celebrated for the eighth year at the Stratford Garlic Festival, Sept. 6-7 - click headline
Ontario garlic, planted in the fall and harvested the following summer, is one of the longest soil-bound crops, in the ground for nine months. This gives it time to soak in a plentiful supply of minerals and nutrients, further aided by the pH-neutral, limestone-rich soil - click headline
"I'm not a bike nerd. But you have to understand, riding a bike changes you – it turns you into a grassroots person. You have to interact with the world around you in a way you don't in a car." click headline
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Suspension trainers have been around for a while, but unlike some new equipment that enjoys a flash of notoriety as the latest fitness fad, these strapping systems are passing the test of time - click headline