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CONTENTS VOLUME 8 | ISSUE 5

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NOVEMBER 2020

HOME & GARDEN The Right Help For Your Design Project

26 COMMUNITY & 40 A Guide to Waste-Free

Shopping Remembrance Day 2020 Virtual Holiday Markets

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HEALTH & WELLNESS

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SPECIAL FEATURE

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Winter Self Care Tips

What's Happening This Holiday Season?

Look Local's Top Pizza Places Make Your Own Pizza Dough

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LOCAL RECIPE Piazza Bistro's Funghi Pizza

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FROM THE PUBLISHER

There’s something special about being part of a community. As we emerged from lock-down, and fanned out across the community to start distributing our magazine again, we were greeted with such warmth and understanding. “Oh – so nice to see you are back publishing again!” or “We are so glad you made it through this!” were the types of conversations we have had as we talked about our shared challenges and successful strategies. So - I would like to say a very special thank you to the grocery stores, banks, deli’s, restaurants, coffee shops, spas and salons who have welcomed us back over the last few months. These people range from independent business owners, or families working day and night at a local franchise, to branch or store managers at multibillion dollar companies. We would not be here without your support. Thank you from our whole team here at Look Local!

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EDITOR’S LETTER

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s the last leaves fall from the trees and the cold rolls in, it’s hard to believe we’re nearing the end of 2020. It’s all been a bit surreal, hasn’t it? But as 2020 comes to a close, we approach one of the happiest times of the year. Soon the streets will dazzle with glitter and lights and we’ll reflect on a year that we’ll truly never forget. While 2020 has certainly played out differently than anyone expected, it doesn’t mean that different has to be bad. There are many fun and wonderful things to come – and we can’t wait to share them with you. Our local business improvement areas are hard at work to bring us holiday magic. Take a peek at our Special feature for new events and attractions coming this winter. While you're spending time inside over the winter months, you may find yourself itching for a home improvement project. Do you need an interior designer or decorator? They may sound the same, but what they bring to the table is vastly different. Learn more about it in our Home and Garden feature. Everyone knows that cold winter weather can do a number on your skin and hair. We consulted with local experts in our Health & Wellness feature for advice on how to keep your skin and hair protected, moisturized, and soft all winter long. Our Food feature this month takes us on a tour of some of our favourite local pizza joints. I can promise you’ll be hungry for more. Did you know that eco-friendly shops are popping up from Oakville to Waterdown? Get the scoop in our Community feature. Last, but certainly not least, November is a time to remember our Veterans. We gathered everything you need to pay tribute this Remembrance Day in a meaningful way. Stay warm and shop local,

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What’s the difference? Surely with a name so similar, they must be interchangeable, right? The answer is ‘no’.  An interior decorator focuses mainly on the aesthetics of a space — a personal stylist for your home! Interior decorators have an abundance of creative vision and artistic taste, and while no formal schooling is required, many do have extra training. They concentrate on colour palettes, furnishings, and create beautiful livability using the space you already have. “Interior decorators look after everything from the drywall out!” say Anita Puls and Kim Giancaterino from Burlington Design Studio. 

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An interior designer, on the other hand, is someone licensed with accredited post-secondary training in all aspects of home remodeling, and this usually includes an apprenticeship with a designer. Much of their education is spent on drawing, space planning, design, building code, and architecture. An interior designer is proficient at drawing up floor plans and they will work hand-in-hand with your contractor or architect to ensure they can achieve your dream — even if it means reworking the walls and layout of your home.

Who should you hire for the job? Before you decide which person is right for the job, you need to evaluate the scope of your project. Are you planning to add or remove walls and windows or are you mainly focused on reworking the esthetics of your space?

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Tamara Grant, a local interior decorator and stager, feels it is essential to know the needs of the client beforehand. “It's important to know your style and preferences since it is being decorated for you to stay and enjoy,” she says. “I like to start by coming up with a colour palette or theme to draw from.” While many clients may feel overwhelmed with the endless choices, Tamara knows that it’s important to take your time. “Do it in layers, start with furniture, add curtains, then pop in the colour with art and pillows, and finish off with tabletop décor.” Another added bonus to hiring a professional decorator is the shopping advantage. Tamara notes, “It helps to have somebody with a keen eye for design and who also knows the best places to shop for furniture and accessories,” she says. Definitely a bonus! If your renovation involves structural work, you should enlist the help of an interior designer. They aim to improve the functionality of your space, not just the décor and feel of the room.

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Their expertise in drawing up floor plans, troubleshooting structural issues, and acquiring building permits is a necessity for large projects. A designer offers a trained eye that can really impact the plans of your changing space. Whichever you choose, make sure their vision is aligned with yours. “Designing and decorating a home requires many considerations like style, functionality, architectural details, and space planning,” Anita and

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Kim advise, “A professionally trained eye can pull all these elements together to create a cohesive space with a timeless design that will last for many years to come.”

Tips from the professionals Make your space liveable by keeping it bright and refreshed. Tamara Grant knows lighting is key, “Light is major! Whether it's natural sunlight, overhead lighting, or task lighting — big and bright is the goal.” Include natural elements in a space to create a warm and inviting home during the fall and winter months. “Using live plants and fresh greenery, and also including textured fabrics such as velvets, mohair, and wools on accent pillows and throw blankets, really help to cozy up a space during the cold months,” suggests Anita Puls. Warm colour hues such as cinnamon, caramel, cognac, and deep earthy greens immediately add a warm, intimate vibe.

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WASTE NOT, WANT NOT LOCAL GUIDE TO WASTE-FREE SHOPPING

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ictoria Garofalo had been working as a biologist for almost ten years but felt like something was missing in her life. What she wanted was a job where she could help create a healthier world. Victoria has two young children and was worried about their futures. The problem was how to accomplish that. “I wanted to do more to not only reduce our family's waste footprint but help others in our community do the same,” said Garofalo. After months of research, Garofalo set up a business that sells eco-friendly products that reduce waste by reducing consumption and packaging. Welcome to A Greener Place in Waterdown, where all products are made of organic and vegan formulations and are respectful to the environment in that they don’t include carcinogens, parabens, phosphates, or sulfates. “The products we carry are meant to last, but they also carry a responsible footprint when they reach the end of their lifespan,” said Garofalo.

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Cleaning products for the home include a toilet bowl cleaner that’s made from baking soda, citric acid, and peppermint essential oil. Her products for the body include a brown sugar body scrub and clay deodorant made of coconut oil. All packaging is reusable, refillable, or locally handmade. For those getting into zero waste, Garofalo said the concept can be a little daunting which is why she suggests people start by simply replacing a single-use product with a reusable or plastic-free option. “Thoughtful and reduced consumption is a more realistic approach to reducing your everyday waste,” advises Garofalo. When the pandemic hit, Garofalo introduced a mason jar deposit/refund program where customers pre-fill clean mason jars with refill products and people return the empty jars which are sanitized and reused.

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A Greener Space is one of a handful of zero-waste stores that have popped up recently in response to the public’s growing desire to preserve and respect the environment. At EcoFillosophy in Bronte, the goal of co-founders, Thanh To and Renata Darling, is to encourage people to live more sustainably. They sell all-natural home and personal care products that come in packaging that can be reused, refilled, or recycled. “We aim to keep our footprint small by targeting small-batch makers from across Canada,” said To, who launched the full-service refillery shop in July. Their products include laundry detergent, dish and hand soaps, shampoos, lotions, deodorants, toothpaste, and floss. They offer glass and aluminum jars and tins, as well as pumps and sprayers that customers can purchase or borrow. Customers can also bring their own empty, clean, and dry containers.

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Since COVID-19 hit, they’ve been disinfecting all containers brought to the shop before and after filling. While their customers range in age and backgrounds, To said their similarity is that “they are all trying to do the best for their families and the world around us.” “Some have been refilling for years and come with well-loved containers to cart their goods home,” said To. Koby Hicks’s inspiration to open the Refillery Market came to her while she was throwing out an empty laundry detergent dispenser. “I stopped in my tracks thinking, Why can’t I simply refill this bottle and continue to use it?”

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As owner/operator, Hicks said Refillery Market offers Canadian-made products that are free from harmful chemicals to protect people and the environment. They offer home essentials in bulk along with zerowaste goods like shampoo, conditioner, toothpaste, mouthwash and lotion, detergents, cleaning vinegar, and dryer balls. Eliminating plastic waste is their end goal so they buy in bulk. Once the product has been used, they take the packaging back to sanitize and reuse. Hicks normally sells their products at the Burlington Farmers’ Market and The Civitan Farmers Market in Oakville, but has switched since the pandemic to focus more on home delivery within the local area. Orders are now delivered in 3 sizes of mason jars, with a $2 deposit fee. Once customers are ready to refill their jars, they leave the empty ones on the doorstep on the delivery day, and they are swapped with the full ones! Besides their love of the environment and clean-products, each of these forward-thinking establishments has another thing in common, “We’re bringing back the milkman method,” said Hicks.

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anadian winters. They can be harsh, they can be cold, and they can be down-right unfriendly to our hair and our skin. While it's impossible to avoid sleet and snow, there are a variety of things we can do to keep our hair and skin healthy all winter long. Say goodbye to dryness, breakage, and flaking with winter tips from our local experts. The simplest way to take care of both our skin and our hair is to make sure we stay hydrated. Adding extra hydration is as simple as drinking more water, but Elena Dyagileva, the owner of Bodega Wellness in Burlington, adds, "Another way to prevent dry skin during the winter months is to find a moisturizer you can use every day.”  At Bodega Wellness, Dyagileva offers CBD products that are full of ingredients the skin loves. “CBD is proven to carry high anti-inflammatory properties while also being a natural antioxidant, signifying that it can help lessen the visible signs of aging skin,” she says. “By counteracting free-radical damage, CBD oils and creams may help diminish issues such as wrinkles, skin dullness, firmness, and reddish skin tones.”

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The same can be said for hair care. Liana Cortina at Salon 360 in Aldershot says hydrate, hydrate, hydrate, “The winter takes the moisture right out of our hair. I always recommend a weekly deep conditioning mask for my clients. Let it sit on the hair for 20 minutes. You can also hydrate your hair over night with an oil. It’s important to put the moisture we lose back into the hair.”

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Both Teo Manning, owner of Gyökér Hair in Oakville, and Laura Bradburn, owner of Styled Lounge in Burlington say extra hydration is a must. “In the winter, the efforts of moisturizing our hair should not necessarily be increased, but consistent. Winter can be very harsh, so, if you skip opportunities to moisturize your hair, it can quickly lead to breakage,” says Manning. A common mistake is over-washing and overstyling our hair. By washing our hair every day and using products like hairspray and mousse, our hair is stripped of natural oils that the scalp needs. “We often make the mistake of washing our hair too often,” Bradburn says. "Even with the right products, it can strip the good, natural stuff from your hair. Focus on training your hair to be washed less often by using dry shampoo instead of washing every day.” Liana adds, hot showers can dry our scalp and hair, so it’s best to rinse with lukewarm water.

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Before the cold sets in, Bradburn recommends getting a head-start on beating the dryness by using a multi-benefit product, such as a hair mask. Manning also suggests sleeping with a silk pillowcase or using a humidifier in your home to contribute to healthy hair. The general consensus from all of our experts: moisture is key. The elements can be harsh and make our hair and skin more prone to damage – sun included. Invest in a good moisturizer, a great conditioner, and wear a hat (damp hair makes colour fade faster). With these tips, you’ll come out of the winter months glowing – even if you can’t take the much-needed vacation down south.

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hen people think of Veterans, many immediately picture someone who served in the First World War, Second World War, or the Korean War. While many Canadians recognize these traditional Veterans, some Veterans have served Canada in other conflicts and peace-keeping missions throughout the world. Many continue to walk among us today. Each year at the 11th hour on the 11th day of the 11th month, Canadians pause in a moment of silence to honour and remember the men and women who have served and continue to serve Canada during times of war, conflict, and peace. And nothing can stop that. This year, Remembrance Day events are going virtual, and in doing so, you can still join your friends and neighbours in paying your respects. Due to changing circumstances, the Town of Oakville (www. oakville.ca) and City of Burlington (www.burlington.ca) will post information on their websites as soon as plans are finalized. Wherever you are at 11 a.m. on November 11, pause in a moment of silence to honour and remember the more than 2,300,000 Canadians who have served throughout our nation’s history and the more than 118,000 who made the ultimate sacrifice. You can also join the conversation online and share stories of pride and remembrance far and wide with the hashtag #RemembranceDay. Sharing stories is a unique way to spread messages of gratitude and hope that will unite us all.  Last but not least, it is important to still support our Legions and purchase a poppy. The poppy is the symbol of Remembrance Day. Replica poppies are sold by the Royal Canadian Legion to provide assistance to Veterans. On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, we remember. And this year, we will come together ensuring that doesn't change.  

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B R O N T E Bronte’s official kick-off to summer usually begins with At Home in Bronte – an annual event where 60 local organizations, artists, businesses, and families are invited to paint a Muskoka chair. These chairs are installed for public viewing and enjoyment in Bronte Village on Canada Day for the duration of the summer. This summer, the event was cancelled due to COVID-19 – but Bronte BIA is excited to announce a winter installment of this event. This winter, visitors to Bronte Village will find dozens of professionally painted Muskoka chairs along sidewalks and the waterfront. There will be hidden icons on the chairs, designed to get families outside and to encourage them to participate in a winter scavenger hunt. The Village has also designed new banners and plans to line the streets with lit snowflakes and decorations for the holiday season. While there won’t be a Christmas Tree or official lighting, Bronte offers exquisite views and scenery, the waterfront an obvious one. 

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displays into interactive experiences. The display is powered by a realtime sound-to-light mapping system called Aurora. Located next to Scrivener’s along the Elgin Promenade, visitors can interact with the lighting in real-time by singing, clapping, or yelling. There will also be a canopy of lights in other areas of the promenade.

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WATERDOWN Waterdown has become a holiday hot-spot thanks to their annual evening Santa Claus parade. The parade, which typically begins at 6 p.m. lights up beautiful Downtown Waterdown with floats decked out in lights. Unfortunately, this year’s parade, along with their ‘Made for You’ market, and Christmas Tree lighting have been cancelled. However, they have plans to host a virtual tree lighting via Facebook and Instagram, with special guests to be announced. Follow @waterdownbia for details closer to the event. While many aspects of these events are changing week-to-week, one thing is for certain: all of the BIAs want to ensure the holidays bring magic. Stay tuned for merchant sales. And word on the street – there’s talk of winter patios. It doesn’t get more Canadian than that, eh?

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hat is it that makes wood-fired pizza so delicious? When a pizza has been 'wood-fired', it means the pizza was cooked in a wood-fired oven. Wood is burned to heat the oven which reaches extremely high temperatures, often upwards of 800 degrees Fahrenheit. A current provided by the smoke leads to a steady air stream that ensures even cooking and a unique smoky flavour. This means that it will take only a few minutes to cook a pizza, ensuring a crispy base and bubbly cheesy top. It's fairly easy to identify a wood-fired pizza because of its visual imperfections: large bubbles on the crust or in the centre - this is because of the fast cooking and high heat. The crust also has the appearance of being slightly charred on the outside but inside it is chewy. In a cooler oven, the crust will lose its chewiness and become dense and dry. The fast cooking method also allows the toppings to retain their freshness without drying out.

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Piazza Bistro on the Town Square in Oakville is run by a family team of Rob and Kirsten with their daughter Sam. It is a chic spot for Italian fare offering take-out as well as a patio. They also offer half-price bottles of wine on Tuesdays along with classic pizzas, such as the Funghi: Fiore di Latte, roasted mushrooms, shaved Parmigiana Reggiano, and truffle oil. (See the recipe for this on Page 60). 7 Enoteca, also on the Town Square, pairs a modern aesthetic style with a traditional enoteca. They import exclusive Italian wines for their list, and the wines are only available through the restaurant. The Pizza Salsicce is memorable with toppings of house-made wild boar sausage with roasted red peppers, shaved red onion, Manchego and goats’ cheese. Kerr Street in Oakville has its fair share of great pizza places. Fantastico was established in 2007 and has been producing delicious food ever since. They have a wide array of pizza options – more than 18 – with comfort food offerings like the Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza: cheddar, mozzarella, ground beef, bacon strips, and onion. Or the Bellissimo, with olive oil, goats’ cheese, Brie, figs, caramelized onions, fresh arugula, Prosciutto, and balsamic glaze.

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The Boot Social Pizzeria, still on Kerr, has a wide selection as well. You can make your own pizza with the base pizza being only $15, before adding the toppings. They also have the option to turn any pizza into a calzone (folded over), stromboli (rolled), or panzerotti (smaller folded over pizza). The Boot also offers pizza dipping sauces and the hot aïoli is very popular. A smart offering in these times where we spend more time at home is the Make at Home Pizza Package, which offers you the dough, pizza sauce, mozzarella, and flour, plus your toppings and instructions for stretching and baking the pie. Lastly, on Kerr is Justino’s Wood Oven Pizza and Bar which offers Roma style pizza, as well as white pizza (no tomato sauce), and calzone. The Pescatore with shrimp, peppers, mozzarella, and olive is superb in its simplicity. Industria Pizzeria and Bar on Appleby Line in Burlington also offers both rossa and bianca pizza. Their signature Pizza Bianca Industria is laden with beef, yellow cheddar, iceberg lettuce, pickles, onion, sesame seeds, and Industria sauce.

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Nonna’s Oven on Rebecca in Oakville offers both pizza and panzerotti styles. Their classic Quattro Stagione with ham, artichoke, fresh mushroom, and sliced black olive is outstanding, or ask for the Calabrese with hot soppressata, roasted sweet peppers, sliced black olives, and hot chili oil. Scaddabush Italian Kitchen and Bar on Winston Park Drive in Oakville specializes in hand-stretched pizza with gourmet offerings such as the Pear and Squash: Pecorino Alfredo sauce, roasted squash, pear, kale, caramelized onion, mozzarella, toasted hazelnuts, and sage. And for something a little different, Mickey’s Pizza in Clarkson makes Chicago style deep dish pies. One of the signature pies is the Philly Cheese Steak with slow-roasted steak, homemade meatballs, caramelized onion, a cheese blend, and barbecue sauce. With the weather turning cooler, comfort food is calling, so head to your favourite pizza store and enjoy the many flavours available.

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