Delivery Options for Groceries and Other Essentials, April 23rd edition

While everyone is struggling and striving to establish new and perhaps uncomfortable routines, it’s inspirational to see so many of our small, independent businesses pivot and shift their operational models with such expedience, careful and kind consideration and ingenuity.  It gives me more confidence as I try to make my own adjustments. Now the onus…

Je t’aime Montreal.

It’s odd that I’ve never been to Montreal before.  It’s only a 5-hour train ride from Toronto (or a one hour flight).  At times, I admit I’ve felt a bit apathetic towards exploring Canada more.  There is a temptation to unfairly define and assess the entire country based on the qualities of its largest city, Toronto.  I…

A Beef with Michael Pollan

Back in February, prolific author and journalist Michael Pollan, known for his opposition to industrialized agriculture and a polluted food culture, released a netflix series called, “Cooked.” The series, based on Pollan’s book of the same name, is an inquest into the cultural and social significance of cooking, and how manufactured foods, processed by corporations,…