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Elevate the Everyday

We enjoyed a busy summer and are so thankful for our contributors in August. We hope they will continue to be a part of this blog as they added so much to it. 560 more words

East Vancouver

THE COOLNESS OF THE EARLY MORN

THE COOLNESS OF THE EARLY MORN

A poem by Deanna Samuels – 6th August 2012 – 9am

The coolness of the early morn from the muggy hot day before struck home… 288 more words

REFLECTIONS OF LIFE

REFRESHING MORNING WALK

REFRESHING MORNING WALK

A poem by Deanna Samuels – 20th July 2012

Following a week of hot steamy, sultry, sizzling, hair ruining weather

What a pleasure to walk outside, to walk the neighbourhood this morning… 312 more words

REFLECTIONS OF LIFE

Dufferin Grove

Dufferin Grove is a neighbourhood with a lot of caché these days. Almost all of it can be attributed to Dufferin Grove Park, which has become the marquee community oriented park. 1,247 more words

Toronto

Agincourt Part II: Agincourt South

Time to finish our exploration of Agincourt with the southern and likely more well known section of the neighbourhood.

Like most fledgling rural communities in this area, both a church and a post office defined the neighbourhood. 895 more words

Toronto

Agincourt Part I: Agincourt North

Agincourt, sometimes called Asian-court (a phonemic deviation so subtle one wonders whether only the most astute listener can even pick up on the difference in casual conversation),  is a well known northern Scarborough neighbourhood with a heavy east Asian population. 818 more words

Toronto

Junction Triangle

The Junction Triangle is a triangular neighbourhood, which is carved out by 3 rail corridors and consists of many brownfield sites along with the normal residential and commercial areas. 1,105 more words

Toronto