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Author to provide glimpse of Windsor's possible future

A Windsor-born author and journalist who covers and writes on urban affairs in Toronto says few Canadians realize how much power they have to affect change at the municipal level. 622 more words

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The important lessons: Why brunch is nothing more than an expensive 'declaration of leisure'

This week’s non-fiction book of the week is The Weekend Effect: The Life-Changing Benefits of Taking Time Off and Challenging the Cult of Overwork, by Katrina Onstad. 320 more words

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Life was Stormy but Brighter Things Are Coming.

I’m sure by now there are those who follow my blog wondering what the heck happened. Where am I? Did I stop writing? Did I maybe die? 1,114 more words

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Grand by design: An excerpt from Shawn Micallef's Frontier City: Toronto on the Verge of Greatness

It’s a Canadian thing not to tell our own stories enough. When we have, it’s traditionally been a particular kind of story, usually involving the taming of something wild, like an ocean, a forest, a prairie, or a mountain range. 1,198 more words

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