What do you love about your city?

April 20, 2016
by Lindsay
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LISTEN: Love lettering + JazzFM 91.1

What a delightful thing it is to wake up on a Wednesday morning* and sip coffee listening to the delightful voice of Garvia Bailey, and listen to a lovely spot on The Love Lettering Project. I had such an inspiring … Continue reading

February 18, 2016
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My love letter to snow pants on CBC Radio’s Metro Morning

I’ve been waiting for a huge dump of snow all winter and it’s finally arrived. I fully believe that winter in Toronto is 75% for hibernating and 25% for winter picnics/tobogganing/snow ball fights/cross country skiing and walking about in the snow. … Continue reading

November 16, 2015
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My favourite love letters

Since I started The Love Lettering Project in 2004, thousands (!!) love letters have been written. I should do a comprehensive tally, but it’s somewhere between 3-4 thousand letters. That’s a lot of community love. Of course all the letters written … Continue reading

November 12, 2015
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Urban interventions at Central Toronto Academy

This fall I had the great pleasure of bringing The Love Lettering Project, and a presentation on urban interventions to high school students at the Central Toronto Academy. We talked about incredible Toronto-based projects including Adam Bunch’s Toronto Dreams Project, Sean Martindale’s Outside … Continue reading

September 28, 2015
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So much love for Toronto’s green spaces

Oh. Wow. On Sunday, I had the absolute pleasure of hosting a Love Lettering Project event with the David Suzuki Foundation’s Homegrown National Park Crawl in Trinity Bellwoods Park and my heart is full to bursting. The sun shone and shone … Continue reading

September 24, 2015
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Celebrating Toronto’s green spaces

It’s fall, but barely. The sun still shines and the skies are blue blue blue. The peaches have been replaced with the very best apples and it’s time to celebrate the incredible green space we have in this city. I … Continue reading