Monthly Archives: September 2012

The Whisky Jacks It was a Tuesday and I found myself in the kitchen of Blaire’s apartment in Vancouver. Halfway across the country from my home in Ontario I had a job cancel, and made a last minute decision to make use of my free time on the west coast of Canada. (I was already […]

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The Berkeley Church is a wedding venue with character. Located in the Queen historic district in Toronto it was the perfect place to for Rebecca and Jordan to be married this summer. You couldn’t ask for a better day in the city when I arrived to meet Rebecca and her bridesmaids before the ceremony. Everything […]

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I was nine years old when my mom put me on a bus to Parry Sound. Along with my seven year old sister and about one hundred other girls I headed to Camp Tapawingo. Two weeks of independence, laughter, swimming, canoeing and campfires. I had a ball. I came home and told my mom that […]

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“He gestured out towards the horizon, where a clear sky bordered prairie as far as the eye could see. Eventually I fell under the spell of the line out there. It was so simple. The quiet line between heaven and earth stretching endlessly. It was like freedom itself to look out on the horizon” – […]

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I am waiting behind the glass of a barred window on a busy city intersection. The cafe I sit in is sweltering – even the buddha on the shrine perched next to my table seems to be perspiring. The two tiny cockroaches milling around the window sill move slow because of the heat. The menu […]

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