Author Archives: Eric Morse

Eric Morse is a former Canadian diplomat now resident in Upper Lower Middle Cabbagetown. He writes on foreign and military affairs in the Canadian media and gives lectures to the Royal Canadian Military Institute on Roman affairs, on which he has written a collection of essays, Roman Spaces'. He has exhibited his photography in various Cabbagetown and Corktown venues.

Mural blooms on Cabbagetown wall

Eric Morse— On August 23, by commission of the Old Cabbagetown BIA, Downtown artists Michael Cavanaugh and Poonam Sharma set forth to create Cabbagetown’s latest mural on the south wall of the Parliament St. Volunteers were Nicole Rogers, Dina Blanco-Pene, ...

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Gazebo to be named for Comstock

Eric Morse– Gazebo or pavilion or what? That was the question debated by about 75 residents, mainly from the St. Lawrence Neighbourhood, at the second public workshop on a revitalization proposal for St. James Park held by the parks department ...

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Her voice was meant for opera

Eric Morse– Karine Boucher, who shares the role of Micaëla in the Canadian Opera Company’s April production of Carmen, may not quite qualify as a former child prodigy—but the young soprano had a great running start into a singing career ...

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