Monthly Archives: September 2012

Article about Democracy Week by Susanna Kelley

Susanna Kelley was one of the Media Panel speakers on Day 1 of the Conference. She mentioned that this is Democracy Week.  She, and a number of other writers, have posted items on Ontario News Watch. See Susanna’s article

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Social Media I: the Opportunities

Here is a summary of the presentation as well as some useful tips and links.

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Whither the weather?

It’s mid-September in Toronto. We had a pretty good summer (as long as you aren’t a farmer) – lots of sun and warm temperatures. What rain we’ve had has come in intense downpours, getting it over with in a short … Continue reading

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Good Eats Nearby

As one of the Library’s resident foodies, here are some of my recommendations for tasty eats in the general vicinity of the Legislature. Harbord Fish & Chips – 147 Harbord Street What looks like a pretty white-washed garage from the outside is actually … Continue reading

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The Best Coffee & Tea in the City

By Tiffany Wong Have some quiet reading and studying to do? Need a free WiFi spot? Or maybe just a place to people watch for a couple of hours, enjoy a cup of coffee or tea (for the non-coffee drinker) … Continue reading

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Cocktail Hour

After a hard day at the conference, here are some suggestions to sit back, relax and enjoy some downtime: 180 Panorama (at the top of the Manulife Centre, Bay and Bloor) For a great view of the city, an … Continue reading

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