On Canada: place, protest and perceptions

I’ve never known much about Canada. Until recently its one appearance in my life took the form of a bear-like coat given to me by my mother, the fake fur she’d bought during a snowy winter in Montreal.

That was all I knew about Canada: it was cold. Also big.

Until last September, that is, when I did a three-hour Skype with a Canadian woman in Vancouver. Emma (not her…

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Writer, reader & genre-weaver: current affairs, travel, place. Writing a book about Europe by way of its cities. See: https://alexklaushofer.com

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Writer, reader & genre-weaver: current affairs, travel, place. Writing a book about Europe by way of its cities. See: https://alexklaushofer.com

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