Sean & Shea
Shea Shackelford and Sean Cole are American radio producers, and friends, who moved to Canada at about the same time. (Shea is in Montreal, Quebec. Sean is in Toronto, Ontario.)
After weeks of swapping observations, frustrations, concerns, victories and revelations, they decided to document their adventures as Americanadians.
This is that document.
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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
A caveat to this video: I am not posting it for any sort of politically partisan reasons whatsoever. As a visiting journalist in Canada, I have no pony in the Toronto mayoral race. I am simply posting it to further … Continue reading
I’m not sure why I thought abstaining from booze my second month in a different country was a good idea. Possibly because my extremities were frequently going numb. Still, it’s June. I’m new here. People invite you out when you’re … Continue reading
In the wake of this past weekend’s craziness in Toronto, here’s something of an alternate view. A little background first — last Sunday, I was working on a story about the overall costs of the G8 and G20 summits (more … Continue reading