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  • More laughter, please

    It was actually more than a moment, and we weren’t ill or afraid. Rather, we were hopelessly convulsed with laughter. Why we were laughing so ...

  • Hopeful beginnings

    The reactions I tracked in my social media feeds, the news, the coffee shops, and even among taxi drivers certainly suggested it was. Whether you ...

  • The real wedge issue

    I love following politics, but this election has been wearying. With the longest campaign in history, I’m not surprised the voters are tired. ...

  • This is not a dress rehearsal

    There’s a maturity to the season. If spring is the heedless toddler and summer the exuberant teenager, then fall is the grown up who has figured ...

  • How a pantry makeover brought a new spark to our kitchen

    On Saturday, my pantry and I reconnected, on a deep and emotional level, and I will explain that phrasing. Deep, because the inadequate pantry in ...

  • A little more understanding

    The self-described group of “concerned neighbours” detailed their concerns with the 12-year-old autistic boy in a three-page letter. The note ...

  • Flora Power

    In 1975, the first International Year for Women, I was a teenager, and had become aware enough of equity issues to begin looking at my world ...

  • Rules of the road

    I see them check their watches as they pause at the crosswalks with lights, and they bounce on their feet to keep their blood moving and their ...

  • Shifting perspectives

    I like travel because it gives me a chance to learn about a place that is different from where I live most of the time. I get to talk to people ...

  • Babies on board

    There’s been a fair bit written about evolutionary biology and the cuteness of babies, about how humans are rooted from the start in raising ...