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Blaze Wiradharma picked up his first spray can when he was about 14 years of age. “I was always interested in visual arts” he admits “but something about graffiti captivated me and really ignited my passion.” Blaze was born in Markham but

The following story and accompanying photos were submitted to JSGB

Above:  Canadian opera legend Ben Heppner and celebrated pianist Daniel

Hummingbirds are the smallest birds in the world, weighing in

Events

On Sunday May 29th, Hospice Georgian Triangle is hosting the 12th annual Hike & Bike for Hospice. Hospice Georgian Triangle provides compassionate care to those living with a life-limiting illness, as well as grief and bereavement support to the families and

Can't make out to Wye Marsh on April 23rd for

The Meaford Scarecrow Invasion and Family Festival executive has officially

On Saturday, April 23, 2022 explorers of all ages will

Just Sayin’ Georgian Bay is wrapping up 2022 with a brief goodbye. Our goal of hosting a “sister publication” to our well-established Just Sayin’ Caledon has morphed since we launched JSGB in spring 2021.

What has become abundantly clear on this journey is that more than the stories, more than anything really, it is the photos of this gorgeous part of Ontario that people truly crave. And so, after months of careful thought and consideration, I am making a leap of faith.

In spring of 2023 we are launching PicturePathway.ca, a website to explore Georgian Bay, and the rest of the world, in pictures. Our goal is to bring you images, from talented photographers and artists, that warm your heart, inspire you to action, lift your spirits, calm your soul, and show you the world around us – where we have been – and where we may want to go.

Our greatest hope is that you will join us on this new journey. We expect to launch in April and you can sign up now at PicturePathway.ca to be alerted when that happens.

Picturing a bright and beautiful 2023! See you again soon,

Patti