Archive | April, 2014

Adam Dolman and Alex Kozelko hiked around Macchu Picchu when they went to Peru.

Settling down all over the world

For most, a promotion and a new home are the first steps to settling down and starting a family. But not for Adam Dolman. Dolman, 26, was recently promoted to a photographer/image specialist position at the University of Manitoba after being an audio visual technician for almost two years. In his new position, he is […]

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Angela Tilk played her final year of university basketball for the University of Ottawa after starring for Ryerson University.

Athlete’s transition begins in overtime

It wasn’t until the last buzzer went that she realized how much she loved the game. Angela Tilk’s long and successful career in the Canadian Interuniversity Sport league was over. “It feels like just yesterday I stepped on that old blue and gold court at Kerr Hall (the former home court for the Ryerson Rams […]

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Sweet Lemon Bakery operated in London for two years before closing its doors last December.

From gluten-free to distraction-free

Past the cold waters of the Thames River and its bordering parks, and past the Copps Buildall and the Yorkville Centre and the daring Renaissance II skyscrapers, there used to be a tiny vegan and gluten-free bakery at 82 York St. But last December, Romy Buchner closed shop. Her lease on the place was up […]

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Joni Baechler plans to paint and read when she steps away from London municipal politics in the fall.

Baechler’s future to include studying the past

It’s a project she has been chipping away at for eight years.  That’s 96 months, 2920 days, 70,080 hours, or two election cycles. During that time, Joni Baechler has become one London’s most prominent city officials.  In the 14 years she has spent representing Ward 5 on city council, Baechler has established a reputation as […]

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