Though the weather continues sublime, I know it’s fall, because the garden is shutting down and suddenly there’s so much going on. My slothful self missed the big events — the massive film festival, the
Even more proud to be Canadian. President Zelensky was just here with his wife, the visit an enormous success. The video of the rally with many hundreds of Ukrainian-Canadians spontaneously singing the anthem made me
The Cabbagetown Festival is on today and tomorrow. It hasn’t happened for a few years because of Covid, so what a joyful re-entry! The weather is perfect, not too hot, and the streets are packed
I began keeping a journal at the age of nine. Nearly fifty years later, I started this online journal, sharing reflections, reviews, updates, and the occasional secret.
Theresa Kishkan is a writer living on the Sechelt Peninsula on the west coast of Canada.
Juliet in Paris
I came to Paris in the 1990s. Decades later I’m still here. Come with me while I roam the city, the country, and beyond.
I walk on. With my feet, and in my mind as well.
Wherever you’ve come from, wherever you’re going, consider this space a place for reflection and pause.