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RIP Myrta Rivera. Boss. Mentor. Friend. http://t.co/qhRun73N #fuckcancer
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RT @AmberCadabra: The web amplifies humans, for better and worse. MT @nilofer: Wow, just wow. Read this: http://t.co/g9aItWsw
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RT @torontolibrary: #TellTPL: What can @TorontoLibrary do to better help newcomers adapt to life in Toronto?
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RT @pwlmcadams: NEW: Guidelines for human rights education for secondary schools: http://t.co/7bJEYJXE #humanrights
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RT @OCASI_Policy: Communication or Propaganda? We saw it as opportunity to say no to DCO in C-31.http://t.co/j5iKLz5s #cdnimm #inclusion
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In the midst of many tweets about journos & plagiarism, in sneaks an Ezra Levant tweet about "fact-checking." My head just exploded.
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Apparently, Margaret Wente & Rob/Doug Ford are the same person. It all makes so much sense now… #harddoneby #everyoneisaprickbutme
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The timing of the Globe posting Wente’s article online while Twitter is on fire about her is priceless.
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RT @joshuahind: “Now, I remember, I did the thing I said I didn’t.” When you boil it down, #Wente just pulled a Rob Ford.
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RT @thekeenanwire: GENUINE APOLOGIES SHOW REMORSE AND DO NOT ATTACK THOSE WHO CALLED ATTENTION TO YOUR WRONGDOING.
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RT @punditsguide: Columnists who have thrown stones for years suddenly find themselves living in glass houses. About time.
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Interesting. MT @mathewi: if nothing else, Wente affair makes it even more obvious why writing online – and linking – is better than print
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+1 RT @joshuahind: For the record, I’m not a journo. I’m just a reader. And I care. #Wente
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RT @dilip_andrade: Having read Margaret #Wente‘s "apology" I am deeply curious to know how much of it was lifted from other apologies.
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RT @Colinfreeze: Watching this war photog, I wondered — why do we pay so little attention to news gatherers and so much to columnists? …
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Any imminent #bacon shortage can clearly be blamed on these guys http://t.co/ecIVuMKy
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RT @AshokaCanada: How your online reputation may become more important than your credit score http://t.co/H6ZwXxCo @ashoka blog for @forbes
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Fascinating how many of the people who were just losing it about #Wente are now losing it about NFL refs. #bothspectatorsportsIguess
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Your morning #Immigration & #Diversity news headlines – September 25, 2012 http://t.co/4H6MXwDG #cdnimm #inclusion #cdnrfg #refugees
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Myrta Rivera cared deeply about her community. A lovely tribute to an amazing woman, by @MonteiroRecord http://t.co/2Ru21mot #cdnimm
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Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

Communications in social services/social change, immigration, diversity & inclusion in Toronto. Wannabe librarian, interested in nonprofit tech innovation.

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