Bricks & Mortar

What I See When I See Smiths Falls - Part 2
This is the second in a series of visual love letters to Smiths Falls, one of my favourite towns in
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Domtar E.B. Eddy
Since mid-winter, I've had the pleasure of photographing the Domtar lands with a team of volunteers from the Workers History
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The United States, like Canada, is a country of immigrants. Between 1892 and 1954, twelve million citizens of other nations
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Tyndall Stone
A few weeks back I was taking my morning coffee on the expansive patio of a friend's house in Winnipeg. My
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And what I've been reminded of is this: Strangers give something, take something and create something utterly unique for each
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The vintage homes and buildings look picturesque and inviting under the winter sky. They're clustered together, in traditional village style,
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I Have Shingles
"You must be so excited to get it done?" most people ask, a reasonable question after two years of exposed
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Eats, Shoots and Frames
I couldn't have ripped-off a better title for today's piece. This week I sandwiched the framing of a friend's bunkie
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There was definitely some magic to how my brother-in-law Marco and his partner Rod came to live in Nicolas Flamel's
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The moment I touched the Haagen-Dazs carton I knew it was all wrong. Ice cream doesn't normally make lapping sounds
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