Some of our favourite shots of smiling faces at Wake the Giant. The festival returned with a bang on Saturday—the second edition was like nothing we’ve seen in Thunder Bay.
The festival was imagined as a way to welcome hundreds of Indigenous youth to the community and foster an environment of inclusivity through music. People were packed side-by-side, shoulder-to-shoulder, and shoulder-to-ass, for some. Minus the masks, it sure felt like 2019.😄
More in the story by Michael Charlebois, link in bio. 📸 @keegrich89, more on our FB page.
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Meet Jeff Burke, the owner of @brulecreekfarms, whose stone-milled flour, cold-pressed canola oil, and baking mixes have become local staples. Burke does all the planting, harvesting, milling, bagging, transporting, repairing, and building—pretty impressive for someone who didn't plan on being a farmer.
“I was just going to process flour,” he explained to writer @tiffanyjarva. But, when the price of wheat was going through the roof in 2008 and there wasn’t much around, he started growing his own.
More in the story on p.50 of our September issue, link in bio. 📸by @k.leephoto