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eileen argyris

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Eileen has lived in Northumberland County since 1971, and spent most of her journalism career in newspapers. She began in 1979 as editor of the Colborne Chronicle, then went to Port Hope as editor of the Evening Guide and then to Cobourg as managing editor of Northumberland Today. She has also written a book – How Firm a Foundation: A history of the Township of Cramahe and the Village of Colborne – and done freelance writing for various magazines and private clients.

Current Issue - Summer 2017

Watershed Magazine Summer 2017

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A FEW WEEKS AGO, I SPENT A RAINY SUNDAY AFTERNOON watching a movie with my five-year-old grandson. It was an interpretation of Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax: the triumph of a good guy over a bad guy..…... read more

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WHEN THE WELL RUNS DRY
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david newland

contributor 1Writer, performer and speaker, David was named a Fellow of the Royal Canadian…

eileen argyris

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Eileen has lived in Northumberland County since 1971, and spent most of her journalism....

jeff bray

contributor 3Jeff has been in and around the food world for over 18 years He’s passionate about food – where it comes from and who makes it....