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Election Predictions pt. 6 - The Final Master List

About 5 weeks ago, I published five posts – one, two, three, four, five – profiling my preliminary predictions for each of the 14 wards and the mayor’s race. 876 more words


The creative divide - a conversation with an artist

I love to hate Linkedin – It’s the perfect olive branch for professionals and the hunting ground of the desperate. I receive what I consider to be too many generic ‘add requests’ from careless strangers who fire them off with the finesse of a shotgun blast. 1,091 more words


"Replace fear of the unknown with curiosity." Unknown

Next week marks the 2 month period since I moved to London. It feels much more like 8 months to me. I knew things would be different than my home in Saint John, New Brunswick.(Actually I grew up in Kingston NB about 45  minutes outside of the city. 690 more words

Should You Live in the Ward You Want to Represent? - By The Numbers

Sometimes I get the feeling that this is how a conversation would go between a candidate and a resident:

Candidate: “Hi, I am Jack London and I am running for council. 1,656 more words

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Choosing to be Brilliant

Many years ago, when I was still a fledgling actor, in theatre school my acting prof used to say “Choose to be Brilliant.” It took us a while before we finally understood what he meant, but those words have been rattling around my brain a lot recently. 467 more words


October Update

Sherwood Forest School Site

The rezoning of the Sherwood Forest School site passed City Council last night. The next step is for the city to prepare a Request for Proposal for the sale of the 2/3rds of the site that will be developed for housing in accordance with the zoning by law. 242 more words

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Preparation for Changing Seasons

The changing colours of leaves is a sign. You might not want to accept it, but winter is on the way. And it is time to prepare for it. 374 more words