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Chris’s Christmas tree essay in the “Globe”

Longtime friend and student Chris Cameron, a wonderful writer who also sings – or a wonderful singer who also writes – a writer/opera singer, shall we say, who is also learning to be an editor at Ryerson, oh, a man of many accomplishments – anyway, he has a great essay in the “Globe” today, beautifully written and full of his rueful good humour. Here’s another Christmas treat for you:

Read this on The Globe and Mail

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