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Celebrating National Book Month This October!

Oct 03, 2023 - Lesley-Anne Longo

Did you know that October is National Book Month? Each year, this event exists to honour the power that reading and writing have. It’s celebrated by b...

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Celebrating International Literacy Day on Friday, September 8!

Sep 06, 2023 - Lesley-Anne Longo

International Literacy Day is approaching, so we thought it would be a good time to delve into this important observation and how you can celebrate!  ...

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What’s Going on With Literary Events in Ontario?

Aug 29, 2023 - Michael Bedford

With September closing in, the crunch of the leaves and the smell of pumpkin spice bring with them a slew of literary events for writers, editors, and...

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What’s On This Summer: Live Theatre in the Golden Horseshoe

Aug 01, 2023 - Michael Bedford

The Stratford and Shaw Festivals’ 2023 seasons are both well underway and providing some excellent options for summer theatregoers. Soulpepper Theatre...

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8 Summer Reading Picks: The Books on This TEC Editor’s TBR List

Jun 22, 2022 - Lesley-Anne Longo

In case you missed it the first time around, we think these book picks are so well-suited for lazy days reading in the sun that we wanted to re-post t...

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8 Summer Reading Picks: The Books on This TEC Editor’s TBR List

May 31, 2022 - Lesley-Anne Longo

Summer is here, and that means many things: cottage weekends, camping trips, road trips, beach days, finding new outdoor reading spots around the city...

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Editorial Professional Development Opportunities in 2022: Testing the Post-Lockdown Waters

May 11, 2022 - Michael Bedford

For the past two years, many writers, editors, and indexers have had to rely exclusively on attending virtual events to develop their editorial skills...

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The Radical History of Book Clubs: Connecting Us through Literature

Feb 23, 2022 - Lesley-Anne Longo

In honour of Freedom to Read Week, we would like to repost this blog on the unexpectedly radical origins of book clubs. Freedom to Read Week is an ann...

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How Canadian Cities Are Celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth

Feb 06, 2019 - Jean Mathew

Cities across Canada are celebrating #BlackHistoryMonth with film screenings, gallery exhibitions, dance parties, and galas. If you’re wondering what ...

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Getting Re-acquainted with the Toronto Public Library

May 13, 2011 - Nadine Bachan

When I was in elementary school, from book reports to geography projects, the tried-and-true resource for all assignments was the local Toronto Public...