A blemish on the miracle that is 21st century, first-world living is the crush of consumerism, the constant inundation of cheap goods, disposable goods, goods with planned obsolescence to make way for constant upgrades. We suffocate under the weight of
Sometimes the things we love wend their way into our lives in the most unassuming of ways. A number of years ago, trawling the library catalogue for…
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The sound of a voice drifts in and out, and though the language is familiar, you can’t seem to extract meaning from what is being said. You follow the…
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Friends! It feels surreal that this little newsletter hit a dozen posts last week. I had no idea what I was doing when I started writing but I feel like…
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We Canadians, from our perch here above the 49th parallel, with this watery culture of ours that we grasp at but can never fully capture, often revert…
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We’ve enjoyed what has felt like the first proper winter for some time here in Toronto; in recent years, snowfalls seem to have become fewer and farther…
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You’ve barely entered the office but your teeth are already clenched in anticipation of their impending examination. Various pangs and aches keep…
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The pool is located in an elementary school building, and on a first visit, its grotty hallways might bring a visitor back to their own school days…
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Through the Fogg