Recent Published Credits

Gloria Hildebrandt is the co-founder, co-publisher and editor of Escarpment Views. Her magazine experience goes back to 1983 and includes writing for Caledon Living, Books in Canada, Canadian Living, Good Times, Maclean’s, Homes & Cottages, Timber Homes Illustrated, Log Homes Illustrated, Home Business Report, Education Today, Canadian Bookseller, Food in Canada and Flare. A comprehensive list of all her published work is available for the asking. She was the editor of Caledon Living for more than two years.

Here are some articles that Gloria has written recently:

for Escarpment Views:
“Brigitte Schreyer: Continuing the Artistic Tradition” Winter 2008

for Canadian Bookseller:
“Blocks from the Big Box” Volume 1, 2008
“A Conversation Between Strangers” Volume 3, 2007
“Multimedia is the Message” Volume 3, 2007
“Planned Departure” September/October 2005

for Education Today:
“TSTOP: Starting a Passion for Science” Spring 2008
“Early Learning: A Call to Put Theory into Practice” Summer 2007
“REACHing Out to Students” Spring 2005
for Caledon Living:
“Garden of paradise” Summer 2007
“Making a splash: How to maintain your pond” Summer 2007
“A century ago: Horseshoe Hill train wreck” Summer 2007
“Hillside herb garden” Spring 2007
“Flood and Fire: A history of Alton” Autumn 2006
“Caring for history: Renewing the Houston-Algie-Davey house” Autumn 2006
“Protecting the spirit: Fall gardening for a fabulous future” Autumn 2006
“Entertaining with a view” Summer 2006
“Junk to joy: Whimsical gardening containers” Summer 2006
“Guide to Spas in Caledon” Winter 2006 

for Tackaberry Times:

“Small Village with a Big Impact: Christmas Shopping in Glen Williams” October 2007
“Browsers’ Paradise: Local Antiques & Collectibles” March 2007
“Legendary Motorcar Company” Fall 2006
“Purity Life’s David and Elyse Chapman: Improving Lives Locally and Nationally” Fall 2005
“Tradition and Tourism: Erin: Experience the Charm” Summer 2005
“Cheltenham, Charm & Change” Spring 2005

for The North Halton Compass:
“Nine acres of intrigue” Feb. 6, 2004
“Mystery surrounding CAO’s departure beginning to unravel” Nov. 1, 2003
“Questions remain about former Halton Hills CAO” Sept. 5, 2003