An occasional Newsletter from Preserved Stories.

According to many public health observers across Ontario, the province appears well on its way to a catastrophic turn of events

CBC Radio 1 newsletter: ‘Running on fumes’: Amid rising COVID cases, health workers struggle with fatigue, lack of support

Acorn in a Nutshell – Architectural Conservancy Ontario newsletter features key Ontario heritage preservation updates

Where to buy high-quality tea online? Camellia Sinensis in Montreal is highly recommended

77 Thirty Fifth Street TLAB decision warrants a close read: ‘From a planning perspective, it is not desirable nor appropriate to allow a development at the expense of damage (if not removal) of two mature trees that are not on the Subject Property’

I found it of interest to come across a tweet from the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 which features the photo that I have posted

For anybody interested in oral history, a 2012 paper by Sheyfali Saujani warrants a close read: Empathy and Authority in Oral Testimony: Feminist Debates, Multicultural Mandates, and Reassessing the Interviewer and her “Disagreeable” Subjects

At a June 7, 2019 MCHS luncheon in Kitchener, we met Tony who graduated in 1972, and Gail who was meeting Lynn for the first time in fifty-five years! Most recent luncheon was in Woodstock

Twenty-nine years ago, the first-ever Canadian conference of people who stutter took place in Banff, Alberta