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Today is Memorial Day in the United States, when we honor those who paid the ultimate price while serving in the military.

While ceremonies to honor those men and women have been cancelled due to COVID-19, they are never forgotten.


Pandemic Murals

Midday on a Saturday afternoon about six weeks ago, I went for a walk through downtown Vancouver to see what it looked like during a pandemic lockdown. 179 more words


Does Downtown Toronto Have Enough Green Space to Support its Residents?

Before anyone gets the wrong idea about what the intention of this article is, I want to be clear that what happened at Trinity Bellwoods Park on Saturday was selfish and inexcusable. 680 more words

Alex Tabascio

Excitement, nervousness among Montreal retailers preparing to reopen

Some business owners in the Montreal area said Sunday that they’re preparing to find a new normal as Quebec prepares to further relax measures aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19. 624 more words


The promise of the city

“…in New York I am always wondering, ‘Who are you?’ and it is the promise of the city with its many stories that keeps me coming back like an avid reader dazzled by the library shelves.”  391 more words

San Diego

Hello! Here we go again, this is location number 4 of my American Roadtrip <– Catch up here!

As the Corona’s song ‘San Diego’ goes: … 2,016 more words