Category Archives: MCHS 2015 Stories

Chapter 4: How to read a doctor’s office

I owe thanks to Graeme Decarie for prompting me to get started on the writing of my very own Autobiography Stories. I urge you to get started on your stories as well, if you have not yet done so. When we … Continue reading

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Extreme inequality leads to characteristic forms of story management

In a recent discussion with Graeme Decarie, I’ve posted a comment that sums up what has recently occurred to me. By way of bringing attention to the comment, I’ve reposted it below. The comment is from a previous post entitled: A compelling … Continue reading

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The French Immersion program Claire attended in 1970-71 may indeed have been at Cartierville School

A previous post is entitled: Question from Claire: Is this the same Cartierville School that I attended 1970-71 in its first year as a “French Immersion School”? I have added an update to the latter post; the update reads as … Continue reading

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Grade 7 photos from Elmgrove School – with thanks to MCHS grad Susan Holmes Nash

We’ve had some good discussions about Elmgrove School recently on Facebook and in comments at this post:  Question from Claire: Is this the same Cartierville School that I attended 1970-71 in its first year as a “French Immersion School”? Here … Continue reading

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A compelling writing style? For Graeme Decarie, it began with watching the minister at Crystal Springs United Church

Here’s a question that relates to the writing of Autobiography Stories. I am pleased to share the following June 29, 2016 email interview with Graeme Decarie: Jaan Pill: You have a compelling style of writing. You make great use of … Continue reading

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Comments from Graeme Decarie regarding Brexit

Graeme Decarie:  Jaan, Can you please send me a copy of my chapter 1? Or tell me how to find it on the MCHS site? The one on my word pad is all messed up. I just had a post … Continue reading

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Any thoughts to a Malcolm Campbell High School 2017 reunion? Question from Gerry Maffre, MCHS class of ’67

We’ve had a recent discussion at the webpage entitled: Malcolm Campbell High School. I’m sharing it as a separate post by way of bringing attention to it: Gerry Maffre (June 25, 2016 at 11:44 pm): Any thoughts to a 2017 … Continue reading

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We seek contact details for L. Rhind (front row) who is in this 1961-62 MCHS photo

We have a message from Lynne H. on Facebook (Malcolm Campbell High School page): “Would be interested in finding L. Rhind. (Front row) My grandmother was a Rhind and I went to MCHS….#ancestry. Thanks” Anybody who can help with this … Continue reading

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Chapter 1: Cartierville School in Montreal

In a previous post, I’ve discussed Graeme Decarie’s recommendation that Malcolm Campbell High School grads start working on their Autobiography Stories. A short version of a part of my story appears in a post entitled: MCHS bio for Jaan Pill, class … Continue reading

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Chapter 1: Dick and Jane

Graeme Decarie’s impressive and evocative MCHS Bio is outlined at a previous post: MCHS Bio for Graeme Decarie, who taught for three years at Malcolm Campbell High School  Click here for previous posts about Graeme Decarie > Graeme’s suggestion, that … Continue reading

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