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PATH - the underground in Toronto!

In the last week of December and the first week of January the temperature in Toronto plummeted to -30 degrees Celsius (including windchill, which off Lake Ontario can be ferocious), but fear not – I was still able to remain toasty whilst walking around this incredible city… underground! 1,185 more words


Environmental, Water, Neonics

This is the forty-seventh post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared amongst Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week. 336 more words

Basement Renovation 1/3

Hello and welcome to part 1 of 3 of my basement renovation blog post! Let me start off by saying – we did not plan this basement renovation. 537 more words

That Girl Rachel Blog

Emma Lauzon, Claude McMann & Leo Brousseau

Emma Lauzon was the sponsored daughter of  Abraham Lauzon and Charlotte Elizabeth (Eliza) Lacharite, my 2 times great grandparents.  Born in 1882 in Rochester, Ontario; Emma had an illegitimate son in 1905, Joseph Laurant.  647 more words


Slow Down, You’re Movin’ too Fast

Or: Woe Is Me

Sometimes I look in the mirror and wonder who that reflection is only to admit it is definitely me after attempting to outrun age and common sense. 938 more words

Travel Plus

2018 Looking Ahead


I will finally have time to focus on writing this year. The manual is very simple in theory, and it has been brewing in my mind since 2006. 510 more words


Browns Socialhouse. Canada.

Browns Socialhouse describes itself as an upscale casual dining restaurant. It’s a largely western Canada chain. According to their website there is one location in Ontario. 11 more words