What do you love about your city?

July 22, 2016
by Lindsay
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Love letters to Toronto’s swimming holes

When I’m not writing love letters, I’m swimming, especially during Toronto’s summer months. And when I’m not in the water, I’m co-writing a swim blog, Swimming Holes We Have Known with two brilliant swimmers, Rhya Tamasauskas and Laura Wills. I had the … Continue reading

June 7, 2016
by Lindsay
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Saturday, June 11: Crafternoon at The Paper Place

SO excited to be hosting a Love Lettering Project Crafternoon event this Saturday at The Paper Place! Glorious, beautiful paper and love letter writing ALL AFTERNOON?! Yes please! Join us! Saturday, June 11, 1-4pm at 887 Queen St. W Photo by Rhya … Continue reading

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
by Lindsay
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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
by Lindsay
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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
by Lindsay
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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