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  • October 2005 to February 2008
  • March 2010 and later

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Visiting China: I saw the signs

Wordplay: At the end of the day

Editor's Bookshelf


Five ways to improve your productivity

2012 conference update

Books: Better baked than burned

Getting twiggy with it

Wordplay: genitive
Editing-inspired holiday gift guide

Reports from The Word On The Street

Update on EAC's 2012 conference

Back to school

The best editing and writing advice I ever got

Wordplay: School

Editing in a tech world

Update on Toronto's executive committee

Notes from the 2011 conference

Beginner's luck: A new beginning

Wordplay: Vancouver


On-screen v. hard-copy editing

Beginner's luck: Backing up your system

Apps for editors on the go

Wordplay: e


Review of Bill C-32

Irish vocabulary challenge

Beginner's luck: Social media and the newbie

Wordplay: Blarney, baloney, and etymology


What does Bill C-32 mean for editors?

Is editing harming your health?

What do you do when life gets in the way of your career?


Get the #$5* out!: The war on curse words

Vocabulary challenge

Beginner's luck: Learning when to say "no"

Editor's bookshelf: The Chicago Manual of Style, Practical Grammar, and Nutshell Library

Social media and related terms now in Oxford Dictionary

Beginner’s luck: Asking stupid questions

Wordplay: morpheme


Grammar food for thought: An editor’s observations on grammar and usage

Two-minute yoga magic

Wordplay: Just deserts


Grammar food for thought: Figures of speech that don’t work

Seminar chair’s report

Wordplay: Eh
Grammar food for thought

Toronto branch executive call for nominations

Wordplay: mucous, mucus, nauseous


Freelance versus in-house: pros and cons

A meeting of minds: Globe and Mail obituary editor presentation

Professional Development: February 2008 Seminars

A review of books: What do our executive board members use?


Past Program Report: Desert Island Read?

Toronto Branch Executive

Professional Development: December 2007 Seminars

Creative Correctness

Book Review: The Elements of Style, illustrated edition


Past Program Report: 'Cover Your But': A Report on Why and 'Error' Isn't

Toronto Branch Executive

Professional Development: November 2007 Seminars

Who I Am as Editor? Reflections on Identity

A Review of Books: What Executive Members are Using


Program Report: Mixing Business with Movement

Toronto Branch Executive

Professional Development: A New 
Season of Seminars

Grammar Food for Thought

A Brief History of EAC

Book Review: The First Man in My Life

June 2007

Program report: Wine, cheese, and books

Professional Development Report

Grammar Food for Thought

Year-end Party Announcement

May 2007

Program report: The Art of Spoken English

As Good as it Gets

Results of Toronto branch election

Professional Development Calendar

April 2007

Program report: Income Tax Clinic for the Self-Employed

Reflections On Writing

Grammar Food for Thought

Gilda Mekler: A Memorial Collage

March 2007

Program report: Seminar Roundtable Discussion

Make the Most of Your Hired Guns

Grammar Food for Thought

In the News: Toronto Branch Member Passes Away

February 2007

Program report: Small Office Strategies (Audio)

How to Read a Novel

Grammar Food for Thought

In the News: Why are First-Rate Novels So Rare?

December 2006

Program report: Broad brush strokes (Audio)

On reading as a writer

Grammar food for thought

Insights into the Publishing Process seminar

November 2006

Program report: The pain and pleasure of editing (Audio)

The Word on the Street: Toronto and Kitchener

Grammar food for thought

A room full of strangers

October 2006

Program Report: 2006-2007 speakers program lineup

Once upon a time at Eden Mills

Grammar food for thought

Place five arrows in your marketing quiver

The Renaissance Soul of an Editor

September 2006

Program Report: Program dilemma produces a fun evening

Diary notes from the EAC 2006 conference in Vancouver

Grammar food for thought

Introducing the power of podcasting

Is e-mail eating your precious time?

June 2006

Program Report: Magazines and the Web (Audio)

How to Get Published

Industry Briefs: Book Ninja

May 2006

Program Report: Good-bye, City Life! (Audio)

The Survey Says

Industry Briefs: The Hamilton Literary Scene 

April 2006

Program Report: Let's Get Personal

Is the Canadian Freelance Union for You?

Lessons Learned: More Lessons Learned from a First-time Editor

Industry Briefs: The State of Crime Fiction Writing in Canada

March 2006

Program Report: Web Marketing for Freelancers

Industry Briefs: Trade Book Publishing Trends for 2006

Poem: The Editor Falls Asleep

Feb 2006

Program Report: Editors Get a Kick out of November's Meeting

Industry Briefs: Finances for the Freelance Editor

East End Writers' Group Profile

Lessons Learned with a First-Time Author

Dec 2005

The Great Rate Debate: Results

Industry Briefs: Recommended Reading

Nov 2005

Romancing the Word - True Stories about Editing Sex: September 2005 Program Report

Seminar Spotlight on Jan Walters

The Word on the Street Festival

Industry Briefs: Newspaper Journalism's Prince of Professional Development

My Experience at the Humber Creative Book Publishing Program

Photo Contest Winner

Editing is a Bloody Trade

Oct 2005

Lost Without Translation: Program Report


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