Heavenly Hamlet Thaws : Rideau Ferry is Heating Up
Lanark County / Restaurants / Tourism / What To Do

Heavenly Hamlet Thaws : Rideau Ferry is Heating Up

By MAGGIE M, Wedgee-in-Chief, Editor, the wedge.LIVE 🖤 TO SHARE click buttons at story’s end “Prickly,” is how the Township of Drummond /North Elmsley refer to a business duo, the impetus behind today’s Rideau Ferry back in 1815. I almost spit my tea on this word. The lore about John Oliver and his son is … Continue reading

BEST BEACHES : Three Hot Summer Destinations
Arnprior / BEST OF / Gananoque / Tourism / Westport

BEST BEACHES : Three Hot Summer Destinations

By MAGGIE M, Wedgee-in-Chief, Editor, the wedge.LIVE 🖤 TO SHARE scroll to article’s end “Life’s a beach,” is a timeless idiom used often for good reason. Call out someone near you and engage them in a word association game. Say, “Summer.” You will likely hear, “Beach,” in response. It’s universal. Every village, town and city … Continue reading

BEST OF BOATING : Three Families and One Woman Buoy Our Waterways
Brockville / Gananoque / Portland / Rideau Valley / Sports / Thousand Islands / Tourism / What To Do

BEST OF BOATING : Three Families and One Woman Buoy Our Waterways

By MAGGIE M, Editor, the wedge.LIVE 🖤 TO SHARE scroll to story’s end and click icons. “I discovered boating when I was five years-old.” “I’ll never forget the first fish my son speared.” “We’ve never had a bad day on a boat.” Such are emotional quotes from people living life more fully on our waterways. … Continue reading

Could this be our tiniest hamlet?
history / Leeds Grenville / St. Lawrence / Tourism

Could this be our tiniest hamlet?

By MAGGIE M, Editor, thewedge.LIVE Not much equals a drive along County Road 2. It trims the St.Lawrence River, a corridor from Cornwall to Kingston. It is ostensibly the most traveled scenic road with many picnic stops and major destination locations along the way. Gananoque, Mallory Town, Rockport, Thousands Islands, Brockville, Prescott, Morrisburg, Long Sault … Continue reading

Grandeur and Dizzying Diversions : 1,000 Islands Village
Attractions / Brockville / Food / Shops / St. Lawrence / The Wedge / Tourism

Grandeur and Dizzying Diversions : 1,000 Islands Village

By MAGGIE M, Editor, the wedge.LIVE  (Sharing this story is easy. Just click the social button at story’s end.) In my exploits this winter, I tripped on a delightful, grand anomaly. I discovered a sprawling, manicured estate extending 27.4 acres along the St. Lawrence River, on the North side of scenic highway No. 2. Its … Continue reading

Pho The Love of The Far East : 3 Top Spots
Brockville / Ottawa / Restaurants / St. Lawrence / Tourism / Where to eat

Pho The Love of The Far East : 3 Top Spots

By MAGGIE M, Editor, the wedge.LIVE Visiting the ByWard is akin to crossing the rubicon, from “urban” to “hipster” in only a few steps. It’s a village bursting with experiences especially of the food kind. You pass by the majestic Chateau Laurier and–Boom!–a world of fun opens up. In the ByWard, sounds shift every twenty … Continue reading

Perth has the L-Factor : Love is in the air
Lanark County / Love Month / Perth / Restaurants / Shops / Tourism / Where to eat / Where to stay

Perth has the L-Factor : Love is in the air

By MAGGIE M, Editor, the wedge.LIVE I remember strolling up Gore Street in late summer 2016, exchanging effusive words with visitors. “This is the wedding town of Ontario,” one young couple intimated. As I traveled, loaded down with my camera and tripod, I witnessed many couples holding hands, cuddling as they swayed, absorbing Downtown Perth’s, … Continue reading