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Saitarg’s Gravitas Quotient Michèle Hozer

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Michèle Hozer, documentary, filmmaker, SponsorLand, TVOntario, Prince Edward County, Alan Gratias

MichèIe Hozer answers 14 Gravitas Questions with Alan Gratias. With two films on the Oscar short list, Emmy-nominated, and Gemini-winning Michèle Hozer has been working as a filmmaker and editor since 1987. Her work has received accolades from the most prestigious film festivals in the world, including the Sundance Film Festival and the International Documentary… Read More

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Vantage Point Media

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Vantage Point Media, Daniel Vaughan, Vaughan Group

It could be said Vantage Point Media House was founded on fishing stories. For a little more than a decade the company has had a part in telling many other kinds of stories too – adventure stories, stories of people breaking world records, and even mythical stories. Read More

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Lennox & Addington’s Dark Sky Viewing Area

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Dark Sky, Stars, Terence Dickinson, Cindy Conlin, Jennifer Shea

It seems there are increasingly more celestial events encouraging us to look up to the night sky. At the end of January, sky watchers were treated to a Blue Moon (second full moon in a month), a Blood Moon (total lunar eclipse) and a Supermoon, (when the moon is at the closest point to Earth in its orbit). The lunar event was promoted as a Super Blue Blood Moon, a rare event not seen in North America for more than 150 years. Read More

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The Victorian Order of Nurses

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VON

In the 1930s, two tiny sisters, barely five feet tall, Dorothy and Grace Connor of Belleville, Ontario donned the distinctive uniform with its starched white collar and cuffs of the Victorian Order of Nurses (VON). For the next 30 years, they carried their black leather bags and knocked on doors to provide health care to hundreds of patients in their homes. Read More

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German Landing

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German Landing, Lindi Pierce

The cottage community in Murray Township along the banks of the Trent River, at the end of a dead-end road named, appropriately enough, Germans Landing Road is well worth a drive. (Or investment in a cottage property with plans to spend all the rest of your summers there.) Read More

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Hollywood of the North

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Joel George, Quinte Canadian Film Festival, Daniel Vaughan, Kelly S. Thompson

Joel, a filmmaker himself, isn’t just passionate about the work he creates, but rather, all film, with a particular love for Canadian cinema. That’s why he spearheaded the QCFF, a curated selection of work from some of the most respected artists in the business. The inaugural event was held in Trenton at the end of September – fitting considering Trenton’s original Hollywood of the North title – making it the perfect place to host an homage to all things Canadian film. Read More