Tag Archives: Canadian Myths

It’s Ford.

Dear America, So, Rob Ford is now mayor of Toronto, and I think some of my friends up here may soon immigrate to the United States in the trunk of a car. Their Facebook updates are liberally bespangled with F-bombs. … Continue reading

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Bring the Boy Back Home, Part 3

On Thursday of this week, Sean was sitting at his desk in Toronto when the following message came over the transom from Shea: “GREAT call with CIC this morning :-)” “YAY!” responded Sean (who is, apparently, a 17-year-old American high … Continue reading

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The Oil Sands.

So, here’s why we… or rather why I haven’t been posting much, of late. As I mentioned, I went to the oil sands in northern Alberta (north of Fort McMurray, to be precise, which is officially part of the tundra … Continue reading

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Geography

Okay, I’m getting a big old crush on Quebec (and Canada). My gal and I just took a two-week vacation, the first two-week vacation I’ve taken in at least 10 years … yikes!. Before we left, I couldn’t imagine leaving … Continue reading

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Raison d’être

By way of introduction, we thought we’d write an “open IM chat” (as opposed to an open letter), both to hash out the big ideas behind this blog and to let you get to know us better. We kind of … Continue reading

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