Monthly Archives: August 2012

Conference Preparation: where to see roller derby in Toronto

Since we librarians tend to be a keen bunch, I thought I’d post a little bit of extra credit work for my session on Tuesday, Lessons from the Flat Track: How Being a Roller Girl Has Helped Me to be … Continue reading

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Fun things to do in Toronto – for nature lovers

Yes, that’s right, nature in the big smoke. Contrary to popular belief, there are some trees and grass and water in Toronto. For a short quick getaway from the conference try strolling through the beautiful buildings and grounds at the … Continue reading

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Parliamentary Researchers- What to do on Wednesday, September 19

We have set aside time on Wednesday morning for the parliamentary researchers to meet again. I had suggested that we meet to discuss next steps and where we go from here. But I would like to hear from you if … Continue reading

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What to buy and where to buy it

If you’re anything like me, after a long day of thinking and networking at a conference, the best way to decompress is a nice dose of retail therapy. Luckily, Toronto is one fashionable city, and we’ve got something to suit … Continue reading

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Julie’s resto recommendations

If you have a bit of extra time in Toronto and like to eat, here are some of my favourite places: Vegan FRESSEN, 478 Queen Street West http://www.fressenrestaurant.com/fressen/index.php Go with a few friends, order a selection of dishes, share and … Continue reading

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