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Photo Essay from Amy Dillon

Today we're catching up with a former Migration Patterns interviewee, Amy Dillon. She mentioned in the podcast that she had recently ...

Reading 2018 - Monthly Recap

Connecting through Reading in 2018

My word for 2018 is connecting. But whatever do you mean, Meredith? Well you see... The last couple years have been quite ...

First Timer to Japan: Trains

When Billy and I created our itinerary for Japan, we thought that it may have been a bit ambitious. We planned to do a big loop in ...

Lynda Barry on Journalling

Wrap Up – Diverse Reads 2017

Drumroll... 20/40 books were diverse and thus I completed 50% of my goal. whomp whomp. I failed the challenge of only reading people of colour this year. Why was this so hard? I was really beating myself up about this and my partner sent me a link to the Lee and Low Diversity Baseline ...

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First Timer to Japan: Gardens and Cherry Blossoms

Earlier this year, my partner and I went on a two-week adventure to Japan for my 30th birthday year. It's been a dream of mine to visit Japan and explore all its cultural and natural wonders. I haven't done any travel blogging in ages, so I thought that a small photo series of my discoveries in Japan ...

Season 2 of Migration Patterns: Call For Interviews!

I'm embarking on season 2 of my podcast, Migration Patterns! And I need your help connecting with people to interview. The goal of the Migration Patterns podcast is to share stories of recent immigrants and new Canadians. From listening to these personal stories, we gain insight into the movement of ...

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Migration Patterns Podcast is now live!

My very first podcast season is now live! Migration Patterns is an interview show where I speak to immigrants who have made Canada their home. At first, I was looking to interview recent immigrants and new Canadians but as a moved forward with this project, I learned that the immigration process is ...