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Matt is a Peterborough-based writer, outdoor enthusiast, and novelty seeker. Matt publishes fiction & non-fiction, and he has travelled extensively – from Vancouver to Montreal and Halifax, as well as Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico, the United Kingdom, United States, Japan, Thailand, and more! He’s now dedicated to making travel discoveries on his home turf here in Ontario, and he’s excited to share his insider experiences with you.

A ReFrame poster at the entrance to Market Hall, Peterborough
ReFrame Film Festival couldn’t be better timed. At the darkest, coldest time of year, three city blocks of downtown Peterborough come alive with moviegoers hurrying…
A selection of dishes from The Mill Restaurant and Pub
You might guess The Mill Restaurant and Pub’s heritage just by looking at it — its stone foundation and weathered brick walls suggest a bygone…
Been out skating yet this winter? Colder weather always gets us excited to strap on skates and make the most of the great skating conditions…
Looking for thoughtful ways to celebrate someone special in your life? Especially if you’ve got friends or family who’ve expressed the urge to declutter, it…
Cross country skiers at Kawartha Nordic Ski Club on Hwy 28 north of Burleigh Falls
Kawarthas Northumberland offers a tremendous variety of trails year round, with some hiking and biking routes transitioning perfectly to winter sports. A number of dedicated…
North Canoe at The Canadian Canoe Museum
The canoe is absolutely central to Canadian identity — so much so many of us haven’t stopped to reflect on how deep those roots go.
The Westben barn in Campbellford
The Westben Centre for Connection and Creativity Through Music has a reputation in this region. The mixture of high-level talent performing original productions in an…
Cycling Doube's Trestle Bridge on the Kawartha Trans Canada Trail
Hiking is great year round, and depending on who you ask the biking season runs pretty late too. Some spots, though, beg to be visited…

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