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On Globalization and Identity: National Content Quota

I fell asleep near the Danish-German border on our bus ride to Hamburg from Aarhus despite the radio (which is usually on in long-distance buses within Europe). 253 more words


Small Wonders

Every once in a while, I come across a Canadian fashion label that surprises me with its innovation and out-of-the-box ideas. Paulina Wonders’ Atelier Wonder… 74 more words


I Am A Woman Who Counts Change

I wrote this poem just last week. I usually let things percolate, then write them, then edit them, then leave them in a box for a few years, then hate them and never show them to anyone. 66 more words

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East Room

Photography by Maya Fuhr
Styling by Romany Williams
Shot at East Room
Featuring clothes by Shallowww and SOOP SOOP

Toronto pride. <3

Images via The Editorial Magazine


What Were You Wearing

I wrote this a few years ago, in response to the Slutwalk movement and conversations around how the clothing women wear can ultimately be held more responsible for their assaults than the assailant. 197 more words

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Old New Borrowed Blue #2: Can Con

This instalment of Old New Borrowed Blue is brought to you by (drumroll please)… Canadian Content!  The Polaris Prize just released their shortlist earlier today (check it out… 369 more words


I Was Once A Dancer

Once again, I will try to post one of my poems on Thursdays (versedays!) Let’s see how long I can maintain it for. I’m betting…three weeks. 126 more words

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