Toronto-based writer and illustrator.

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What to expect when you're expecting (a norovirus) | Spectator Tribune

What I wasn’t expecting was to be wholly dredged out by Norwalk, a Krabbelaar-like virus that scraped my stomach apart and deposited its contents elsewhere.

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Dispatches: How to wear out your welcome | Spectator Tribune

Our politesse and pervasive Canadian deference only encouraged them.

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Let's Get Physical | Spectator Tribune

Tiffy Thompson: I did these POS exercise videos so you don't have to.

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Paths of life: A Calgary physician reflects | Spectator Tribune

Erin Brennand Banerjee has led an interesting trajectory; from punk rock fanzines and all ages shows to the operating room. This is her story.

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Paths of life: A Calgary physician reflects | Spectator Tribune

Erin Brennand Banerjee has led an interesting trajectory; from punk rock fanzines and all ages shows to the operating room. This is her story.

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So… I guess we're in a fight? | Spectator Tribune

Tiffy Thompson: In response to the Balderdash that is Fox’s hilarious bluffing game, I call bullshit.

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So… I guess we're in a fight? | Spectator Tribune

Tiffy Thompson: In response to the Balderdash that is Fox’s hilarious bluffing game, I call bullshit.

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Thanks, Internet: A view inside Amazon.com's empire of stuff ...

Ever wonder what everything all in one place looks like?

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Confessions of a Craigslist sugarbaby | Spectator Tribune

The middle-class, University drop-out toyed briefly with the idea of full-fledged prostitution, but didn't want to have sex with