• The Sunday Letter | 2016.07.03

    This week we looked really good. First there was the touching New York Times article on how Canadian families are getting in line to sponsor Syrian refugees. Then there was the adorable reception from Canadian Parliament in Ottawa for President Obama, then Friday was Canada Day, where we turned 149 as a country (next year’s

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  • The Sunday Letter | 2016.06.19

    I arrived back in Nova Scotia exactly two weeks ago. Hopped off the plane and quickly acquired a Tim Horton’s everything bagel toasted with herb and garlic cream cheese. My token offering to the gods of Canadian travellers. Life There were exactly two days where I didn’t have to do much before jumping back in

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  • The Sunday Letter

    Friday brought the last day of my internship with CBC in London. In a way, it’s good because I don’t think I could have afforded living in London much longer (although I am now a connoisseur of £2 dinners from Sainsbury’s). On Thursday I fly out to Sarajevo to begin an adventure in the Balkans with Photographers Without

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  • The Sunday Letter

    You find no man, at all intellectual, who is willing to leave London. No, Sir, when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford. -Samuel Johnson This week I had the best surprise I didn’t think I was going to get. Rob got

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  • The Sunday Letter

    I just got back from having my mind blown at the Sony World Photography Awards Exhibition at Somerset House on the Strand in London. Holy crap. How is there so much good work out there? I was in such shock after spending two hours walking through both the east and west wings of the exhibition that

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  • The Sunday Letter

    One of the reasons I started this blog was that I wanted a place to share everything I was thinking about. It’s hard to know what you think about something until you write it down. As well as place that holds stories, photos and tales of tea and travel, I also share fun things I find on the Internet.

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