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Updated January 30, 2019
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Radio Environment/Nature January 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, Tuesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Food January 1, Tuesday, 2pm. PYOW. TVA Veggies of Hamilton-Burlington: Lunch at Beertown Public House.
Location: Beertown Public House, 2050 Appleby Line, Burlington, ON, http://www.beertown.ca/ .
Quote: "We will meet up at 2pm when they open (don’t arrive early), and enjoy a relaxing lunch on New Years Day. This is yet another restaurant in the area that has added a vegan menu (as of Nov. 6th!). For more information, see their webpage: http://www.beertown.ca/ Please RSVP to hamiltonburlington@veg.ca by Mon. Dec. 31 at 2pm. We will invite Veggies of Halton-Peel to join us, if they wish."
Info: hamiltonburlington@veg.ca | http://veg.ca/toronto-veg-community/vegetarian-and-vegan-groups/ | http://veg.ca/events-calendar/

Radio Environment/Nature January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Radio Humour January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 11:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm; Wednesdays 11:30am. Quote: "The Debaters is the hit CBC radio show that features North America's hottest comedians going toe to toe, debating topics in the news and on the minds of Canadians. Part comedy competition, part quiz show and part stand-up performance, The Debaters is a clever combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious adlibs. Award winning comic, Steve Patterson wields the gavel while some of Canada's hottest comics step up to the podium in a battle of laughs and logic, funny and fact." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Radio Computers/Internet January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 2:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Quote: "Spark is a weekly audio blog of smart and unexpected trendwatching. It's not just technology for gearheads, it's about the way technology affects our lives, and the world around us." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 3pm-4pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 12n-1pm, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/

Food January 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Thursdays, 3pm-7pm. Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers Market. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads. Runs all year. Access to the produce farm stands is from the south/side entrance facing the park (not through the main entrance facing the mall)."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Urban Harvest: 100% certified organic and heirloom seeds, seedlings and garden supplies.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- Thorpe's Organic Produce Farm: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs, Millgrove ON;
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
- Niagara Lavender Farm: Organic tree fruits, berries, and lavender. Certified organic. Niagara on the Lake.
- Culture City: Black Bean Tempeh, Soy Tempeh, Soy Natto, Black Bean Natto. Locally made, organic bean, foodstuff.
- Floralora Flowers: Locally grown flowers and foliage for bouquet subscribers, market goers, florists and special event planners. Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Location: 875 Dufferin St, Dufferin Grove Park rink house, near Dufferin St & Dufferin Park Ave, between Bloor St West & College St (map). Info: market(at)dufferinpark.ca, http://www.dufferinpark.ca/market/market.html
Philosophy Book Discussion January 3, Thursday, 6:30pm-9pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: Harry Frankfurt: The Reasons of Love (Week 1).
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "In the book The Reasons of Love, published in 2004, Princeton philosopher Harry Frankfurt argues that the key to a fulfilled life is to pursue wholeheartedly what one cares about, that love is the most authoritative form of caring, and that the purest form of love is, in a complicated way, self-love. Frankfurt, one of the most prominent moral philosophers working today, writes that it is through caring that we infuse the world with meaning. Caring provides us with stable ambitions and concerns; it shapes the framework of aims and interests within which we lead our lives. The most basic and essential question for a person to raise about the conduct of his or her life is not what he or she should care about but what, in fact, he or she cannot help caring about. The most important form of caring, Frankfurt writes, is love, a non-voluntary, disinterested concern for the flourishing of what is loved. Love is so important because meaningful practical reasoning must be grounded in ends that we do not seek only to attain other ends, and because it is in loving that we become bound to final ends desired for their own sakes. Frankfurt argues that the purest form of love is self-love. This sounds perverse, but self-love — as distinct from self-indulgence — is at heart a disinterested concern for whatever it is that the person loves. The most elementary form of self-love is nothing more than the desire of a person to love. Insofar as this is true, self-love is simply a commitment to finding meaning in our lives. *** For this series we will be discussing the entirety of The Reasons of Love over three meetups. Our reading plan is as follows: Week 1 (CURRENT) — "Chapter One: The Question: How Should We Live?" Week 2 — "Chapter Two: On Love, and Its Reasons" Week 3 — "Chapter Three: The Dear Self" The book can be viewed and downloaded HERE - http://pdf.to/bookinfo/the-reasons-of-love.pdf/ "
Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/

Radio Environment/Nature January 4, 11, 18, 25, Fridays, 11am-12n. 89.5FM CIUT Environmental Radio Show - The Green Majority. Info: thegreenmajority(at)gmail.com, http://www.greenmajority.ca/, http://www.ciut.fm/

Radio Canada January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 9:10am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Politics - The House. Canadian federal political affairs program. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thehouse, http://www.cbc.ca
Recycling January 5, Saturday, 10am-4pm. Free. Really Really Free Market Toronto. Usually the first Saturday of each month. Quote: "Really Really Free Market, ... @ Campbell Park, 195 Campbell Avenue (10 minute walk from Landsdowne Station). No money. No barter. No trade. Everything is free. If you wish to make a contribution, remember: a) although we're open until 4pm, we can't accept any new items after 3pm b) please only bring items that are clean and in working condition c) we can't accept furniture and other large items, unless you leave your contact info and are available to pick up your large item(s) if it's not taken by the end of the market. No baby car seats, please. We do have a one-shopping-cart/person and two-shopping-carts/family limit; but after 3 pm., you may take a carload if you wish! Any questions?--please write to rrfmarket@gmail.com. (Do not direct reply to this post.) Hope to see you there."
Location: Campbell Park, 255 Campbell Ave, west on Dupont past Lansdowne, south on Campbell, near Wallace Ave (map). Info: https://twitter.com/search?q=%40RRFMcampbellprk&src=typd, http://rrfmarket.blogspot.ca/
Radio January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 10:05am. FM 99.1. CBC1 News Magazine - Day Six. Quote: "weekly magazine show blends the best of news, current affairs, pop culture, the net, lifestyle and leisure. Playful and relevant, Day Six gives listeners a fresh perspective on the week that was." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/day6/
Radio January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 10:30am-11am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 12:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/
Radio Humour January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 1:30pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm-2pm; Wednesdays 11:30am-12n. Quote: "The Debaters is the hit CBC radio show that features North America's hottest comedians going toe to toe, debating topics in the news and on the minds of Canadians. Part comedy competition, part quiz show and part stand-up performance, The Debaters is a clever combination of sharply crafted comedic rants and hilarious adlibs. Award winning comic, Steve Patterson wields the gavel while some of Canada's hottest comics step up to the podium in a battle of laughs and logic, funny and fact." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Food January 5, 2019, Saturday, 6pm-8pm. PYOW. Richmond Hill Vegans Meetup - New Year Meetup @ Copper Branch Markham.
Quote: "We all know how tough the holidays can be for vegans and vegetarians. So consider this meetup cheap therapy to vent. On a serious note, Copper Branch is one of my favorite restaurants. Many of their dishes are amazing and everyone should try them. All are welcome whether you're vegan, vegetarian or just curious (we won't bite... we're vegan).. Zhan W."
Location: Copper Branch Markham, 180 Enterprise Blvd, Markham, ON. Info/RSVP: https://www.meetup.com/Richmond-Hill-Vegans
Radio Canada January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 - World News - The World This Weekend. Quote: "The World This Weekend wraps up the day's events and looks to the week ahead, bringing Canadians the latest developments in key stories. Tune in on Saturday and Sunday evenings for compelling reports, thought provoking interviews, and fascinating feature-length segments." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 6pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523
Radio Humour January 5, 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 6:30pm-7pm. FM 99.1. CBC1 Comedy: Laugh Out Loud. http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/laugh_out_loud

Radio History Philosophy Health Science January 6, 13, 20, 27 Sundays, 4am-4:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Philosopher's Zone. Podcasts available. Mondays 4am-4:30am. Info: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/philosopherszone/r, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/weekly/today/cbc_radio_one,
Food January 6, 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 9am-2pm. Leslieville Farmers Market. May-October. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Forbes Wild Foods (Wild sustainably foraged foods; fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods);
- Joyfully Organic Farm (Organic vegetable and flower farm in Ontario's Greenbelt, local CSA in Markham and Stouffville, salad greens, carrots, beets, squash and other organic veg, Saturdays and Sundays);
- Earth & City (Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food);
Location: Queen St East east of Coxwell Ave (map). Info: http://leslievillemarket.com/
Recycling January 6, 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 12n-4pm. Free. Mini Repair Cafe Storefront. Quote: "We’ll be in the Toronto Tool Library’s new location at 830 St. Clair Ave West. We’ll have a few fixers for small appliances and home electronics. On Sundays ... we will be there from 12 – 4 p.m. to help anyone who has a broken household item try to fix it." Sundays Location: Toronto Tool Library, 830 St Clair West, west of Atlas Avenue, east of Winona Drive. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca/repair-cafe-to-at-toronto-tool-library-st-clair-branch/, http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 6, 13, 20, 27,Sundays, 1:05pm-2pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Quote: "Spark is a weekly audio blog of smart and unexpected trendwatching. It's not just technology for gearheads, it's about the way technology affects our lives, and the world around us." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Philosophy January 6, 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 2:05pm. 99.1 FM. CBC Radio 1 - Tapestry. Quote: "Tune in Sunday afternoons for an engaging, provocative and unexpected hour of radio: an hour in which rabbis and poets get equal time on the topic of faith - science-fiction writers and physicist-priests ponder the great creation myths - scholars and gardeners explore the garden as a spiritual metaphor and architects examine the idea of space for the soul." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/tapestry/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/tapestry
Philosophy Book Discussion January 6, Sunday, 6pm-9pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: Husserl: Phenomenology and the Crisis of Western Culture (Week 1).
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "It's hard to deny that Western culture today is in crisis. Economic instability and inequality are mounting. Waves of refugees from war-torn countries are prompting a move to the political right. People are dividing more and more based on religion, race, gender, class and ethnicity. Liberal institutions such as the media are under assault, while the effects of climate change are growing ever more palpable. Could this crisis be caused by a deep contradiction in our scientific way of thinking? German philosopher Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), often called "the father of phenomenology", certainly thought so. Originally trained in science and mathematics, he had a deep admiration for all sciences. However, by the end of his life he became critical of the sciences for what he saw as their excessive objectivism, positivism, abstraction and formalization. Science, he thought, had lost its connection with lived human experience and had become meaningless for human life. This intellectual crisis in turn gave rise to cultural, political and economic problems as its symptoms. Husserl's transcendental phenomenology is his philosophical attempt to bring science and culture back to its roots in lived human experience. He directly influenced existentialist thinkers like Martin Heidegger, Jean-Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty and is considered one of the foremost philosophers of the 20th century. In this meet-up we'll read several sections from Husserl's last work, The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology, unfinished at the time of his death. In the first week we'll focus on Husserl's diagnosis of the crisis of Western culture. In the second we'll read about his proposed solution, transcendental phenomenology. We'll aim to understand Husserl's ideas and apply them to the world we live in today. For week 1 we'll read sections 1-7 from this file: http://people.ischool.berkeley.edu/~ryanshaw/nmwg/edmund.husserl-crisis-sections.1-7.pdf and sections 10-14 from this one: https://archive.org/stream/HusserlscrisisOfTheEuropeanSciences/HusserlCrisis2#mode/2up (Readings for week 2 will be announced in a separate meet-up.) "
Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/
Radio Canada January 6, 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 - World News - The World This Weekend. Quote: "The World This Weekend wraps up the day's events and looks to the week ahead, bringing Canadians the latest developments in key stories. Tune in on Saturday and Sunday evenings for compelling reports, thought provoking interviews, and fascinating feature-length segments." Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 6, 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 6:05pm-7pm. AM 1010 CFRB Tech Talk. Info: http://www.newstalk1010.com
Radio January 6, 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 7pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523

Food January 7, 14, 21, 28, Mondays, 3pm-7pm. Sorauren Park Farmers Market. Year round.
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Earth & City: Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- The Cutting Veg CSA: Organic vegetables, herbs, garlic.
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
Location: South end of Sorauren Park at Sorauren and Wabash, south of Dundas St West (map). Info: ayal(at)westendfood.coop, http://westendfood.coop/farmers-market
Radio January 7, 14, 21, 28, Mondays, 7:30pm-8pm. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 7, 14, 21, 28, Mondays, 11:06pm-12m. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/

Radio Environment/Nature January 8, 15, 22, 29, Tuesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Debate January 8, Tuesday, 7:30pm. Free? Toronto Debating Society - Mini Debate Marathon. Usually Tuesdays 7:30pm-9:30pm. Quote: "Join Toronto Debating Society for fun and entertaining Mini Debates Marathon. Mini-debates are a 6 minutes competition between two speakers.​ GUESTS ARE WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE IN THE DEBATES! As always, the debate will be followed by a lively discussion in the neighborhood pub. Guests are welcome." Location: Swansea Town Hall, Council Chamber, 95 Lavinia Ave (map) . Info: Toronto Debating Society, http://www.meetup.com/debate/, http://www.debating.ca

Radio Environment/Nature January 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Radio Humour January 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 11:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm; Wednesdays 11:30am. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Radio Computers/Internet January 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 2:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 9, 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 3pm-4pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 12n-1pm, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/

Food January 10, 17, 24, 31, Thursdays, 3pm-7pm. Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers Market. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads. Runs all year. Access to the produce farm stands is from the south/side entrance facing the park (not through the main entrance facing the mall)."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Urban Harvest: 100% certified organic and heirloom seeds, seedlings and garden supplies.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- Thorpe's Organic Produce Farm: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs, Millgrove ON;
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
- Niagara Lavender Farm: Organic tree fruits, berries, and lavender. Certified organic. Niagara on the Lake.
- Culture City: Black Bean Tempeh, Soy Tempeh, Soy Natto, Black Bean Natto. Locally made, organic bean, foodstuff.
- Floralora Flowers: Locally grown flowers and foliage for bouquet subscribers, market goers, florists and special event planners. Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Location: 875 Dufferin St, Dufferin Grove Park rink house, near Dufferin St & Dufferin Park Ave, between Bloor St West & College St (map). Info: market(at)dufferinpark.ca, http://www.dufferinpark.ca/market/market.html
Philosophy Book Discussion January 10, Thursday, 6:30pm-9pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: Harry Frankfurt: The Reasons of Love (Week 2).
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "In the book The Reasons of Love, published in 2004, Princeton philosopher Harry Frankfurt argues that the key to a fulfilled life is to pursue wholeheartedly what one cares about, that love is the most authoritative form of caring, and that the purest form of love is, in a complicated way, self-love. Frankfurt, one of the most prominent moral philosophers working today, writes that it is through caring that we infuse the world with meaning. Caring provides us with stable ambitions and concerns; it shapes the framework of aims and interests within which we lead our lives. The most basic and essential question for a person to raise about the conduct of his or her life is not what he or she should care about but what, in fact, he or she cannot help caring about. The most important form of caring, Frankfurt writes, is love, a non-voluntary, disinterested concern for the flourishing of what is loved. Love is so important because meaningful practical reasoning must be grounded in ends that we do not seek only to attain other ends, and because it is in loving that we become bound to final ends desired for their own sakes. Frankfurt argues that the purest form of love is self-love. This sounds perverse, but self-love — as distinct from self-indulgence — is at heart a disinterested concern for whatever it is that the person loves. The most elementary form of self-love is nothing more than the desire of a person to love. Insofar as this is true, self-love is simply a commitment to finding meaning in our lives. *** To kick off the new year we will be discussing the entirety of The Reasons of Love over three meetups. Our reading plan is as follows: Week 1 — "Chapter One: The Question: How Should We Live?" Week 2 (CURRENT) — "Chapter Two: On Love, and Its Reasons" Week 3 — "Chapter Three: The Dear Self" The book can be viewed and downloaded HERE - http://pdf.to/bookinfo/the-reasons-of-love.pdf/
Harry Frankfurt is a professor of philosophy at Princeton University who has made original and important contributions to various fields in philosophy, including the philosophy of mind and action, moral philosophy, and the history of philosophy (especially on rationalism and René Descartes). He has explored such issues as the relationship between moral responsibility and free will, the nature of the self, the role of necessitation or inevitability in both constraining and constituting persons, and central phenomena such as care, love, autonomy, and truth. His work has exerted a significant influence on philosophers working in these areas, and some of his writings (especially on the role of love and truth in our lives) have been read by a wide audience. His little book On Bullshit, a philosophical investigation of the concept of bullshit, became a surprise bestseller when it was republished in 2005, leading to media appearances such as Jon Stewart's The Daily Show. For more info on Harry Frankfurt see the following: - https://www.encyclopedia.com/humanities/encyclopedias-almanacs-transcripts-and-maps/frankfurt-harry-1929 - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harry_Frankfurt The following contain background on the philosophical issues touched on in the book: - https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/practical-reason-action/ - https://www.iep.utm.edu/autonomy/ - https://www.iep.utm.edu/mean-ana/ "

Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/

Radio Environment/Nature January 11, 18, 25, Fridays, 11am-12n. 89.5FM CIUT Environmental Radio Show: The Green Majority. Info: thegreenmajority(at)gmail.com, http://www.greenmajority.ca/, http://www.ciut.fm/
Film January 11, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Popeye (1980). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/

Radio Canada January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 9:10am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Politics - The House. Canadian federal political affairs program. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thehouse, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 10:05am. FM 99.1. CBC1 News Magazine - Day Six. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/day6/
Radio January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 10:30am-11am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 12:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/
Discussion/Reading January 12, Saturday, 1pm-3pm. $10. HAT Talk - Knock On Wood: Luck, Chance, and the Meaning of Everything. Speaker: Professor Jeffrey Rosenthal. Location: OISE Room 5-170, 252 Bloor St West.
Quote: "A few years ago, Professor Jeffrey Rosenthal presented to HAT a talk based on his bestselling book about probabilities in everyday life, "Struck by Lightning: The Curious World of Probabilities". The talk was received as fascinating and enthralling. Now he’s back for a return engagement to talk about his latest book, "Knock On Wood: Luck, Chance, and the Meaning of Everything" that deals with luck and how we can use logic and basic statistical reasoning to sort out random luck from true patterns. Jeffrey’s initial media appearances and public talks, including a recent one at the Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema, have created a real buzz. Join us as Prof. Rosenthal brings Statistics and Probabilities to Life! Open to the Public. Pay What You Can (Suggested donation $10.00)."
Event info: http://www.humanisttoronto.ca/events-archive/2019/1/12/hat-speaker-series-knock-on-wood-luck-chance-and-the-meaning-of-everything
Info: Humanist Association of Toronto (HAT), http://www.humanisttoronto.ca https://twitter.com/humanisttoronto/
History Environment/Nature Walk January 12, 2019, Saturday, 1:30pm. Free? TFN Nature Walk - Wilket Creek & More. Led by Peter Heinz. Start: SW corner of Leslie St and Lawrence Ave East.
Quote:"Come experience nature and heritage along Wilket Creek with Peter Heinz. Meet at the bus shelter at the southwest corner of Leslie St. and Lawrence Ave. E. for a circular walk with some stairs, gentle slopes with some steep slopes, mostly paved surfaces. We will begin at Toronto Botanical Garden and walk through Edwards Gardens to Wilket Creek ravine. We may possibly climb to Sunnybrook Park. Bring camera and binoculars. Winter boots, icers and poles are recommended as the trail could be slippery. No washrooms.
This walk is only one of more than 140 that TFN will host this year alone! TFN members enjoy a complete listing of walks in our newsletter. Not a member? Learn more about the benefits of membership now! Please tag any photos you take on this walk with #TFNWalk so that we can all live vicariously through your lens."

Info: Toronto Field Naturalists, 416-593-2656 (Office Hrs: Fridays am), http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/, http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/v-walks.htm
Radio Humour January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 1:30pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm-2pm; Wednesdays 11:30am-12n. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Radio Canada January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 -World News - The World This Weekend. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 6pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523
Radio Humour January 12, 19, 26, Saturdays, 6:30pm-7pm. FM 99.1. CBC1 Comedy: Laugh Out Loud. http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/laugh_out_loud

Radio History Philosophy Health Science January 13, 20, 27 Sundays, 4am-4:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Philosopher's Zone. Podcasts available. Mondays 4am-4:30am. Info: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/philosopherszone/r, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/weekly/today/cbc_radio_one,
Food January 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 9am-2pm. Leslieville Farmers Market. May-October. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Forbes Wild Foods (Wild sustainably foraged foods; fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods);
- Joyfully Organic Farm (Organic vegetable and flower farm in Ontario's Greenbelt, local CSA in Markham and Stouffville, salad greens, carrots, beets, squash and other organic veg, Saturdays and Sundays);
- Earth & City (Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food);
Location: Queen St East east of Coxwell Ave (map). Info: http://leslievillemarket.com/
Food Recycling Environment/Nature January 13 & 27, Sunday, 11am-5:30pm. Free. Bare Market Pop-Up.
Location: Patagonia Toronto, 500 King St West.
Quote: "At Bare Market, we’re on a mission to help you reduce waste. As Toronto’s first one-stop shop for package-free goods, we offer affordable and locally sourced bulk food, body and home care products that are good for you and good for the planet! What’s our aim? To make sustainable and ethical living easy and accessible for people from all walks of life.
To pass the Bare test, packaging should NOT be designed to end up in the dump. No, we don’t expect you to carry your olive oil and lentils home in the palms of your hands! What we mean by package-free is that our store is free from any single-use (or made-for-the-landfill) containers. Specifically, we do not carry or sell products that come in packaging that cannot be reused or composted.
Need a simpler option? Use one of our donated containers for free or participate in our container-lending program for a small, 100% refundable deposit."

Info: https://baremarket.ca/
Recycling January 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 12n-4pm. Free. Mini Repair Cafe Storefront. Quote: "We’ll be in the Toronto Tool Library’s new location at 830 St. Clair Ave West. We’ll have a few fixers for small appliances and home electronics. On Sundays ... we will be there from 12 – 4 p.m. to help anyone who has a broken household item try to fix it." Sundays Location: Toronto Tool Library, 830 St Clair West, west of Atlas Avenue, east of Winona Drive. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca/repair-cafe-to-at-toronto-tool-library-st-clair-branch/, http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 13, 20, 27,Sundays, 1:05pm-2pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Philosophy January 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 2:05pm. 99.1 FM. CBC Radio 1 - Tapestry. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/tapestry/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/tapestry
Radio Canada January 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 - World News - The World This Weekend. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 6:05pm-7pm. AM 1010 CFRB Tech Talk. Info: http://www.newstalk1010.com
Radio January 13, 20, 27, Sundays, 7pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523

Food January 14, 21, 28, Mondays, 3pm-7pm. Sorauren Park Farmers Market. Year round.
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Earth & City: Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- The Cutting Veg CSA: Organic vegetables, herbs, garlic.
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
Location: South end of Sorauren Park at Sorauren and Wabash, south of Dundas St West (map). Info: ayal(at)westendfood.coop, http://westendfood.coop/farmers-market
Radio January 14, 21, 28, Mondays, 7:30pm-8pm. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 14, 21, 28, Mondays, 11:06pm-12m. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/

Radio Environment/Nature January 15, 22, 29, Tuesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm

Radio Environment/Nature January 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Radio Humour January 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 11:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm; Wednesdays 11:30am. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Radio Computers/Internet January 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 2:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 16, 23, 30, Wednesdays, 3pm-4pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 12n-1pm, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/
Environment/Nature Discussion January 16, Wednesday, 6pm-8:30pm. Free. Green Drinks in Toronto. Usually 6pm, 3rd Wednesday of each month. Location: Grace O'Malley's Pub, 14 Duncan St, 1 block north of King St, 2 blocks west of St Andrews subway. Quote: "Do you want to meet a lively group of friendly people interested in environmental issues from academia, business, government and NGOs for good conversation? If so, join us for drinks in Toronto. There's no agenda or other formality - it's a chance to meet regularly to chat, debate, socialize and connect with other Torontonians passionate about environmental and sustainability issues. These events are very simple and unstructured, but many people have found employment, made friends, developed new ideas, done deals and had moments of serendipity." Info: http://www.greendrinks.org/ON/Toronto
Food Health Book Discussion January 16, Wednesday, 6:30pm. Free. TVA Reads Vegetarian Book Club - Discussion and Vegan Potluck.
Book to be reviewed: Happily Ever Esther by Steve Jenkins.
Quote: "Interested in getting together with like-minded individuals and reading vegetarian-related books? Then come join the TVA Reading Group... Like regular book clubs, we meet frequently to discuss the current book the group has chosen to read. The material will always have something to do with vegetarianism, including animal rights philosophy, nutrition, ecological issues, and more... Please bring a vegan potluck contribution to enjoy."
Tentative Location: Centre for Social Innovation (CSI), 720 Bathurst St, south of Bloor St West.
Info: tvareads(at)veg.ca, http://veg.ca/events-calendar/tva-reads/, http://veg.ca/content/view/39/70/#reads

Food January 17, 24, 31, Thursdays, 3pm-7pm. Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers Market. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads. Runs all year. Access to the produce farm stands is from the south/side entrance facing the park (not through the main entrance facing the mall)."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Urban Harvest: 100% certified organic and heirloom seeds, seedlings and garden supplies.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- Thorpe's Organic Produce Farm: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs, Millgrove ON;
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
- Niagara Lavender Farm: Organic tree fruits, berries, and lavender. Certified organic. Niagara on the Lake.
- Culture City: Black Bean Tempeh, Soy Tempeh, Soy Natto, Black Bean Natto. Locally made, organic bean, foodstuff.
- Floralora Flowers: Locally grown flowers and foliage for bouquet subscribers, market goers, florists and special event planners. Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Location: 875 Dufferin St, Dufferin Grove Park rink house, near Dufferin St & Dufferin Park Ave, between Bloor St West & College St (map). Info: market(at)dufferinpark.ca, http://www.dufferinpark.ca/market/market.html
Food January 17, 2019, Thursday, 7pm-9pm. PYOW. TVA Toronto Dinner Social Group: Dinner.
Location: Khau Gully, 1991 Yonge St, Toronto, M4S 1Z8, 647-347-9993, http://khaugully.ca/ .
Quote: "Please join us for lively conversation and delicious food at our upcoming dinner. All members and non members, veg, vegan and transitioning are welcome. Please RSVP by the Wednesday before each event at: tvadinner(at)veg.ca or by phone: 416-544-9800."
Info: https://www.meetup.com/meetup-group-ermoEaYa/, http://veg.ca/events-calendar/

Radio Environment/Nature January 18, 25, Fridays, 11am-12n. 89.5FM CIUT Environmental Radio Show: The Green Majority. Info: thegreenmajority(at)gmail.com, http://www.greenmajority.ca/, http://www.ciut.fm/
Food January 18, 2019, Friday, 7pm-10am. $5/PYOW. Toronto Vegan Meetup: CashFlow 101 Boardgame Social for Vegans.
Location: Vegandale Brewery, 1346 Queen St West, Toronto.
Quote: "Hosted by Viren. Let's play and learn about handling money while enjoying some delicious vegan food. This event is for any one interested in learning more about money, real estate and investments, in the easiest way, the way of the game. This is a Foundational Game to help start you off on a powerful journey to true financial independence and wisdom. Where you will learn how to get the most out of each time you play and maximize your financial growth and development! Investing is a skill most can’t learn from a book. The alternative of learning in the ‘real world’ could prove costly. You need to first understand your own behaviour. CASHFLOW 101 was created as a fun, powerful, and experiential way to teach investing and wealth building. Manage assets and liabilities, trade stocks and fight your way out of the Rat Race."
Info/RSVP: http://veg.ca/events-calendar, https://www.meetup.com/torontovegan/
Philosophy Science Discussion/Reading January 18, Friday, 7pm. Free. The Association for Science and Reason (Skeptics Canada) - Monthly Meetup.
Location: Fox and Fiddle, 27 Wellesley St East, Toronto, ON M4Y 1G7.
Quote: "Toronto Skeptics in the Pub Event: This month, Ankur Chakravarthy will be speaking to us on liquid biopsies for cancer detection. The early detection of cancer is often critical, as the treatment of late stage cancers that are not curable with surgery is an extremely complex endeavour due to the challenges posed by the evolutionary complexity of tumours. With the advent of cancer genomics, efforts to detect cancer early have increasingly sought to use the detection of cancer-specific changes in body fluids (so called “liquid biopsies”). Recent work co-first authored by the speaker and colleagues, published recently in the journal Nature, has described the use of epigenetic changes that define cancers and healthy tissues alike during development towards developing markedly more sensitive blood tests for the early detection of cancer. The talk will cover both these findings and the broader field of liquid biopsies and the various applications these methods have in the management of cancer, and the challenges and pitfalls around these technologies.
Ankur Chakravarthy PhD, is Guglietti fellow in Cancer Immunotherapy, De Carvalho group, at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Toronto. We'll be at our usual venue, the Fox and Fiddle, just across from Wellesley Subway station. To find us, tell the wait staff you are looking for the Skeptics. We should be on the 3rd Floor.
The Association for Science and Reason (formerly Skeptics Canada) (http://www.scienceandreason.ca ) has opened its regular monthly dinner to interested Meetup members, and it has been a lot of fun. Heated discussion, hot food, good company--a great way to spend the evening without losing I.Q. points. As usual, don't be put off by the small number of people signing up through Meetup. Most of the regulars do not respond, they just show up. We typically have between 15 and 20 attendees."

Info: The Association for Science and Reason (Skeptics Canada), https://www.meetup.com/skeptics-144/
Film January 18, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Black Orpheus (1989). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/

Radio Canada January 19, 26, Saturdays, 9:10am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Politics - The House. Canadian political affairs program. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thehouse, http://www.cbc.ca
History Environment/Nature Walk January 19, 2019, Saturday, 10am. Free? TFN Nature Walk - Crothers Woods Forest in Winter. Led by Stephen Smith. Start: 11 Redway Road (Parking lot by trail head). Quote:"Enjoy a morning in Crothers Woods with ecological restoration expert and arborist, Stephen Smith! We’ll see the forest in winter conditions and discuss winter plant identification and forest types. Meet at the entrance to Crothers Woods at the south side of the parking lot next to the Loblaws store at 11 Redway Road. We’ll walk north through the forest trails ending at a TTC stop near 71 Thorncliffe Park Dr. Linear walk. There will be some steep hills so be prepared for walking on slippery trails
This walk is only one of more than 140 that TFN will host this year alone! TFN members enjoy a complete listing of walks in our newsletter. Not a member? Learn more about the benefits of membership now! Please tag any photos you take on this walk with #TFNWalk so that we can all live vicariously through your lens."

Info: Toronto Field Naturalists, 416-593-2656 (Office Hrs: Fridays am), http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/, http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/v-walks.htm
Radio January 19, 26, Saturdays, 10:05am. FM 99.1. CBC1 News Magazine - Day Six. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/day6/
Radio January 19, 26, Saturdays, 10:30am-11am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Recycling January 19, Saturday, 12n-4pm. Free. Repair Café - Toronto Reference Library. Quote: "Do you have a broken household item? Don’t toss it! Bring your small appliances, computers, electronics, clothes, jewellery, books, and more, and we will show you how to fix it for free... registration closes at 3:00." Location: Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St. Previous Locations: - Roncesvalles United Church, 214 Wright Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 1L3. - Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church, 1038 Woodbine Ave, East York, ON M4C 4C4. - Cedarbrae Branch, Toronto Public Library, 545 Markham Rd, one block south of Lawrence Ave East, Scarborough, ON M1B. - Albert Campbell, Toronto Public Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough. - Driftwood Community Recreation Centre, 4401 Jane Street, North York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St. - Ralph Thornton Centre, Queen/Saulter, TPL Branch, 765 Queen Street East. - S. Walter Stewart branch, Toronto Public Library, 170 Memorial Park Avenue, East York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Skills For Change, 2nd Floor, 791 St Clair Ave West, 4 blocks west of Christie St, near the Arlington streetcar stop. - Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough, between St Clair Ave East and Danforth Rd. - STEAMLabs, 49 Cameron Street, Toronto (north west corner of Spadina and Queen), Lower Level'. - Don Mills library, 888 Lawrence Ave East, west of Don Mills Rd. - Central Neighbourhood House, 349 Ontario St, 3 blocks east of Sherbourbe St, 1 block south of Gerrard St East. - Elmbank Community Centre, 10 Rampart Rd, south of Finch Ave West, east of Martin Grove Rd, Rexdale. - HackLab.TO, 1266 Queen St West, 2nd floor, buzz Unit #12. - TPL North York Central branch. - Toronto Tool Library, 1803 Danforth Ave near Coxwell (http://torontotoollibrary.com/about-2/ourlocationandhour/). - Wychwood Green Barn, 601 Christie St, between Wychwood Ave and Christie St, 2 blocks south of St Clair Ave West. - Park Downsview Park, 70 Canuck Avenue. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 19, 26, Saturdays, 12:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/
Radio Humour January 19, 26, Saturdays, 1:30pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm-2pm; Wednesdays 11:30am-12n. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Philosophy Science Discussion/Reading January 19, Saturday, 5pm. Free. Cafe Skeptique - Monthly Meetup - SELF-HELP GURUS! Authors, speakers, and motivational claptrap.
Location: Free Times Cafe, 320 College St.
Quote: "Toronto's Cafe Skeptique is a fun and fascinating discussion group that focuses on a range of topics within the realm of skepticism such as pseudo-science, alternative medicine, conspiracy theories, etc. It's open to the public and everyone is welcome to join in!
Normally held every THIRD Saturday of the month at 5:00 p.m., at Free Times Cafe, 320 College St. just west of Spadina Ave. Exceptions will be posted clearly when they apply."

Info: Cafe Skeptique, https://www.meetup.com/torontoscafeskeptique/
Radio Canada January 19, 26, Saturdays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 - World News - The World This Weekend. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio January 19, 26, Saturdays, 6pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523
Radio Humour January 19, 26, Saturdays, 6:30pm-7pm. FM 99.1. CBC1 Comedy: Laugh Out Loud. http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/laugh_out_loud

Radio History Philosophy Health Science January 20, 27 Sundays, 4am-4:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Philosopher's Zone. Podcasts available. Mondays 4am-4:30am. Info: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/philosopherszone/r, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/weekly/today/cbc_radio_one,
Food January 20, 27, Sundays, 9am-2pm. Leslieville Farmers Market. May-October. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Forbes Wild Foods (Wild sustainably foraged foods; fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods);
- Joyfully Organic Farm (Organic vegetable and flower farm in Ontario's Greenbelt, local CSA in Markham and Stouffville, salad greens, carrots, beets, squash and other organic veg, Saturdays and Sundays);
- Earth & City (Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food);
Location: Queen St East east of Coxwell Ave (map). Info: http://leslievillemarket.com/
Recycling January 20, 27, Sundays, 12n-4pm. Free. Mini Repair Cafe Storefront. Quote: "We’ll be in the Toronto Tool Library’s new location at 830 St. Clair Ave West. We’ll have a few fixers for small appliances and home electronics. On Sundays ... we will be there from 12 – 4 p.m. to help anyone who has a broken household item try to fix it." Sundays Location: Toronto Tool Library, 830 St Clair West, west of Atlas Avenue, east of Winona Drive. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca/repair-cafe-to-at-toronto-tool-library-st-clair-branch/, http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 20, 27,Sundays, 1:05pm-2pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Environment/Nature History Walk/Hike January 20, 2019, Sunday, 2pm. Free. Lost River Walk - Midwinter in Rosedale Ravine. Led by Helen Mills and John Wilson. Start: Toronto Reference Library, Yonge St and Asquith. Quote: "Part of a series of walks on the Core Circle, a blue-green liminal zone around the city’s downtown Core. This is a circular walk of about 2 km, meeting and ending at Toronto Reference Library, Yonge and Asquith. We will explore the ravine lands of Castle Frank Brook along Rosedale Valley Road and the network of park paths. We will adjust our route for the midwinter conditions and end with a warm drink at the Reference Library. Walk for about 2 km." Toronto Green Community - Lost River Walks: 416-781-7663, info(at)torontogreen.ca, http://www.torontogreen.ca, http://www.lostrivers.ca/WalkSchd.htm .
Radio Science Philosophy January 20, 27, Sundays, 2:05pm. 99.1 FM. CBC Radio 1 - Tapestry. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/tapestry/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/tapestry
Radio Canada January 20, 27, Sundays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 - World News - The World This Weekend. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 20, 27, Sundays, 6:05pm-7pm. AM 1010 CFRB Tech Talk. Info: http://www.newstalk1010.com
Radio January 20, 27, Sundays, 7pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523

Food January 21, 28, Mondays, 3pm-7pm. Sorauren Park Farmers Market. Year round.
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Earth & City: Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- The Cutting Veg CSA: Organic vegetables, herbs, garlic.
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
Location: South end of Sorauren Park at Sorauren and Wabash, south of Dundas St West (map). Info: ayal(at)westendfood.coop, http://westendfood.coop/farmers-market
Radio January 21, 28, Mondays, 7:30pm-8pm. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 21, 28, Mondays, 11:06pm-12m. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/

Radio Environment/Nature January 22, 29, Tuesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Food Walk Health January 22, Tuesday, 6:30pm-7:30pm. TVA Veg Fitness Meetup Group - Group Run/Walk.
Quote: "January’s meetup will be a group run/walk. We will meet at 6:30 at the entrance to Longos @ Maple Leaf Square (main level entrance off of York St ). From there we’ll break into groups based on our pace range and who wants to walk/run, walk or run. We’ll head south on York St to Queens Quay and the waterfront trail, then head west on the waterfront trail and back. We’ll do approximately 25 minutes out and then head back along the same route to ensure we all get back around the same time."
Start: Longo’s @ Maple Leaf Square, 15 York St, Toronto.
Info: http://veg.ca/events-calendar | https://www.facebook.com/events/268722133907605/ | More info: Toronto Vegetarian Association, info(at)veg.ca, 17 Baldwin St, west of McCaul St, NW of St Patrick station, http://veg.ca
Debate January 22, Tuesday, 7:30pm. Free? Toronto Debating Society - Canada needs more referenda. Usually Tuesdays 7:30pm-9:30pm. Quote: "Details... Join Toronto Debating Society for a lively debate about referenda in Canada. As always, the debate will be followed by a lively discussion in the neighborhood pub. Guests are welcome! Debate page: https://www.torontodebating.com/canada-needs-more-referenda " Location: Swansea Town Hall, Council Chamber, 95 Lavinia Ave (map) . Info: Toronto Debating Society, http://www.meetup.com/debate/, http://www.debating.ca

Radio Environment/Nature January 23, 30, Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Radio Humour January 23, 30, Wednesdays, 11:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm; Wednesdays 11:30am. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Radio Computers/Internet January 23, 30, Wednesdays, 2:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 23, 30, Wednesdays, 3pm-4pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 12n-1pm, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/
Talk January 23, 2019, Wednesday, 6:30pm-8pm. Free. TPL Talk - Law at the library Series: How to get Legal Advice without Breaking the Bank.
Quote: "Many people who are involved in lawsuits know that they need to hire lawyers to help them. However, due to the huge costs, many are choosing to represent themselves instead.
Currently, there are some very useful legal information websites that are free to the public. Despite this, most people recognize they still need to have individual assistance and advice from in-person consultations with lawyers.
One type of live, in-person legal help can be found in legal clinics. Some are located right in court houses. Others are specialized clinics which offer services in specific subject areas, such as family, business etc. I will give examples of these.
Secondly, lawyers are beginning to offer what is known as "unbundled services" or "limited scope retainer" or "limited scope" services. This type of service means that lawyers can help you for discrete parts of your lawsuit. This kind of service is supported by the Law Society of Ontario. It is also acknowledged in the rules governing lawsuits, and in the rules governing the legal profession.
Heather Hui-Litwin (Ph.D., J.D., LL.M.) will give a talk on how to hire a lawyer this way, so that no one needs to go to court without any help. Heather was a self-represented litigant herself, before becoming a lawyer. She is the co-founder of a group of lawyers, the Self-Rep Navigators (www.limitedscoperetainers.ca). She will explain how to get legal advice, including how limited scope can help you with your lawsuit.
All are welcome, no registration required.
Part 1 in a 3-part series of Legal Presentations at the Toronto Reference Library:
1. How to get Legal Advice without Breaking the Bank | Wednesday, January 23, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)
2. Who Does What in the Legal System? | Thursday, February 21, 2019 @ 2:00-4:00pm Beeton Hall, Main Floor
3. What to Expect in a Civil Lawsuit: Overview of the Legal Process | Wednesday, March 6, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)."

Location: Toronto Reference Library - Hinton Learning Theatre, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St (map), Info: Toronto Public Library, 416-393-7131, http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca

History Environment/Nature Walk January 24, 2019, Thursday, 1:30pam. Free? TFN Nature Walk - The Lost Gerrard Prairie. Led by Joanne Doucette. Start: Greenwood subway station.
Quote:"Ancient oak trees, abandoned brickyards, naturalized yards in the Ashbridge’s bush, a favourite birds and botanizing location in 1890. Discover all this and more with local historian and naturalist, Joanne Doucette. Meet inside the entrance to Greenwood subway station for a circular walk on mostly paved surfaces, mainly flat. Moderate pace. Washrooms at end of walk.
This walk is only one of more than 140 that TFN will host this year alone! TFN members enjoy a complete listing of walks in our newsletter. Not a member? Learn more about the benefits of membership now! Please tag any photos you take on this walk with #TFNWalk so that we can all live vicariously through your lens."

Info: Toronto Field Naturalists, 416-593-2656 (Office Hrs: Fridays am), http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/, http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/v-walks.htm
Food January 24, 31, Thursdays, 3pm-7pm. Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers Market. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads. Runs all year. Access to the produce farm stands is from the south/side entrance facing the park (not through the main entrance facing the mall)."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Urban Harvest: 100% certified organic and heirloom seeds, seedlings and garden supplies.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- Thorpe's Organic Produce Farm: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs, Millgrove ON;
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
- Niagara Lavender Farm: Organic tree fruits, berries, and lavender. Certified organic. Niagara on the Lake.
- Culture City: Black Bean Tempeh, Soy Tempeh, Soy Natto, Black Bean Natto. Locally made, organic bean, foodstuff.
- Floralora Flowers: Locally grown flowers and foliage for bouquet subscribers, market goers, florists and special event planners. Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Location: 875 Dufferin St, Dufferin Grove Park rink house, near Dufferin St & Dufferin Park Ave, between Bloor St West & College St (map). Info: market(at)dufferinpark.ca, http://www.dufferinpark.ca/market/market.html

Radio Environment/Nature January 25, Fridays, 11am-12n. 89.5FM CIUT Environmental Radio Show - The Green Majority. Info: thegreenmajority(at)gmail.com, http://www.greenmajority.ca/, http://www.ciut.fm/
Food January 25, 2019, Friday, 7pm-10pm. $5/PYOW. Toronto Vegan Meetup: Toronto Vegan Drinks.
Location: Parka, 424 Queen St West, Toronto, M5V 2A7.
Quote: "Hosted by Beverly... Vegan Drinks is a monthly social networking event for people interested in veganism. You don't have to be a vegan to come along, but please eat and drink only vegan-friendly fare at this event. Come have fun after work with fellow vegans and make new friends through networking! Since this is the halloween version, there will be prizes for the best costume. So Dress up! What to do? • Show up. Buy drinks. Buy food if you are hungry. Socialize. It is so simple, yet so effective. There is no cover charge. But I will be collecting donations (suggested: 2-5$). - This is because the meetup costs 180$ to run. • Be friendly! We will hand out name tags, so you can march right up to someone and greet them by name. • Promote! If you represent an organization (either as an employee or volunteer or general supporter), talk about the organization and the work you've been involved in. • Socialize! Talk about your vegan and Animal Rights interests, your favourite restaurant, your dream job for animals, your blog, whatever. If you have any questions, please email beverlycarey68@gmail.com"
Info/RSVP: http://veg.ca/events-calendar, https://www.meetup.com/torontovegan/
Film January 25, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Love Me Tonight (1932). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/

Radio Canada January 26, Saturdays, 9:10am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Politics - The House. Canadian federal political affairs program. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thehouse, http://www.cbc.ca
History Environment/Nature Walk January 26, 2019, Saturday, 10am. Free? TFN Nature Walk - Lower Don Nature Walk. Led by Vivienne Denton. Start: Broadview subway station.
Quote:"Join steward and naturalist, Vivienne Denton, for a winter walk in the Don Valley. We will walk from the footbridge at the south side of Riverdale Park up the Don River to Pottery Road and from there to the Brickworks where walkers can stop for a warm drink before taking the free shuttlebus back to Broadview station. Meet at Broadview subway station. Washrooms at Brickworks.
This walk is only one of more than 140 that TFN will host this year alone! TFN members enjoy a complete listing of walks in our newsletter. Not a member? Learn more about the benefits of membership now! Please tag any photos you take on this walk with #TFNWalk so that we can all live vicariously through your lens."

Info: Toronto Field Naturalists, 416-593-2656 (Office Hrs: Fridays am), http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/, http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/v-walks.htm
Environment/Nature Recycling January 26, 2019, Saturday, 10am-2pm. Free. Inorganic Market - Certified Electronic Waste Collection. Location: Annette Public Library. Quote: "Bring your TVs, computers, phones and other unused electronics for safe disposal. Collected material is sent to ADL Process, a Toronto based, Ontario Electronic Stewardship (OES) processor. For more information visit inorganicmarket.ca or our Facebook event page: @inorganicmarket This free community event is provided by ADL Process Electronics Recycling and iRecycle Computers." Event info: Inorganic Market, https://inorganicmarket.ca/ .
Radio January 26, Saturdays, 10:05am. FM 99.1. CBC1 News Magazine - Day Six. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/day6/
Radio January 26, Saturdays, 10:30am-11am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 26, Saturdays, 12:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/
Radio Humour January 26, Saturdays, 1:30pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm-2pm; Wednesdays 11:30am-12n. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Radio Canada January 26, Saturdays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 - News - The World This Weekend. World news. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio January 26, Saturdays, 6pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523
Radio Humour January 26, Saturdays, 6:30pm-7pm. FM 99.1. CBC1 Comedy: Laugh Out Loud. http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/laugh_out_loud

Radio History Philosophy Health Science January 27 Sundays, 4am-4:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 - Philosopher's Zone. Podcasts available. Mondays 4am-4:30am. Info: http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/philosopherszone/r, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/weekly/today/cbc_radio_one,
Food January 27, Sundays, 9am-2pm. Leslieville Farmers Market. May-October. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Forbes Wild Foods (Wild sustainably foraged foods; fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods);
- Joyfully Organic Farm (Organic vegetable and flower farm in Ontario's Greenbelt, local CSA in Markham and Stouffville, salad greens, carrots, beets, squash and other organic veg, Saturdays and Sundays);
- Earth & City (Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food);
Location: Queen St East east of Coxwell Ave (map). Info: http://leslievillemarket.com/
Food Recycling Environment/Nature January 27, Sunday, 11am-5:30pm. Free. Bare Market Pop-Up.
Location: Patagonia Toronto, 500 King St West.
Quote: "At Bare Market, we’re on a mission to help you reduce waste. As Toronto’s first one-stop shop for package-free goods, we offer affordable and locally sourced bulk food, body and home care products that are good for you and good for the planet! What’s our aim? To make sustainable and ethical living easy and accessible for people from all walks of life.
To pass the Bare test, packaging should NOT be designed to end up in the dump. No, we don’t expect you to carry your olive oil and lentils home in the palms of your hands! What we mean by package-free is that our store is free from any single-use (or made-for-the-landfill) containers. Specifically, we do not carry or sell products that come in packaging that cannot be reused or composted.
Need a simpler option? Use one of our donated containers for free or participate in our container-lending program for a small, 100% refundable deposit."

Info: https://baremarket.ca/
Recycling January 27, Sundays, 12n-4pm. Free. Mini Repair Cafe Storefront. Quote: "We’ll be in the Toronto Tool Library’s new location at 830 St. Clair Ave West. We’ll have a few fixers for small appliances and home electronics. On Sundays ... we will be there from 12 – 4 p.m. to help anyone who has a broken household item try to fix it." Sundays Location: Toronto Tool Library, 830 St Clair West, west of Atlas Avenue, east of Winona Drive. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca/repair-cafe-to-at-toronto-tool-library-st-clair-branch/, http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 27,Sundays, 1:05pm-2pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Philosophy January 27, Sundays, 2:05pm. 99.1 FM. CBC Radio 1 - Tapestry. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/tapestry/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/tapestry
Radio Canada January 27, Sundays, 6pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 - News - The World This Weekend. World news. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/the_world_this_weekend, http://www.cbc.ca
Radio Computers/Internet January 27, Sundays, 6:05pm-7pm. AM 1010 CFRB Tech Talk. Info: http://www.newstalk1010.com
Radio January 27, Sundays, 7pm. AM 1010 CFRB TED Radio Hour . Info: http://www.iheartradio.ca/newstalk-1010/shows/ted-radio-hour-1.1761523
Philosophy Book Discussion January 27, Sunday, 7pm-10pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: Husserl: Phenomenology, the Life-World and the Epoché.
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "What is the nature of perception? Is the human mind a blank slate, as empiricists believe? Or is there an inherent, a priori structure to our consciousness independent of experience? Edmund Husserl, the "father of phenomenology", definitely favours the second answer. In this meet-up we take a closer look at his transcendental phenomenology, the body of thought that shaped Continental philosophy in the 20th century.
Husserl has argued that natural science is in the midst of a meaning crisis: it has lost sight of its roots in lived human experience and thus lacks significance for human life. He now shows us how we can recover the lost life-world. The key is a philosophical device that Husserl labels the "phenomenological epoché". This device brackets a specific region of experience to reveal its deeper (often hidden) roots. First, the epoché leads us back from the mathematical-formal objectivity of science to the so-called straightforward (or natural) attitude: the ordinary, everyday consciousness of our existence in the world. A second application of the epoché brackets even this straightforward attitude to arrive at consciousness in its purity, i.e. transcendental subjectivity. This perspective reveals anything but an empiricist blank slate. On the contrary, human consciousness has a rich a priori structure through which our experience is originally constituted. This structure includes: the thinking subject and the intentional acts of thought; the intuited correlates of those acts; horizons of meaning that contextualize our perception; and modes of inter-subjectivity (empathy) that relate us to other people and the social world.
It is difficult to overstate Husserl's impact on contemporary philosophy. His Transcendental Phenomenology is the main precursor to Existentialism in the 20th century, while exerting influence on analytic philosophy as well.
We'll read sections 33-41 from Husserl's last book, The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology, available here: http://pdf.to/bookinfo/the-crisis-of-european-sciences-and-transcendental-phenomenology-an-introduction-to-pheno.pdf/
A few recordings for an overview of Husserl's thought: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KR1TJERFzp0 (intro) | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYREKd_qpDE (intro) | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKFEboZSlN4 (intermediate) | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3m_3oXbm48o (advanced)"

Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/

Food January 28, Mondays, 3pm-7pm. Sorauren Park Farmers Market. Year round.
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Earth & City: Local organic vegetable gardening & vegan mostly raw sweet and savoury food.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- The Cutting Veg CSA: Organic vegetables, herbs, garlic.
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
Location: South end of Sorauren Park at Sorauren and Wabash, south of Dundas St West (map). Info: ayal(at)westendfood.coop, http://westendfood.coop/farmers-market
Radio January 28, Mondays, 7:30pm-8pm. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Toronto Vegetarian Association Program: Veg Out Podcast. Recorded Saturdays. Broadcast Saturdays 10:30am-11am and Mondays 7:30pm-8pm. Podcasts available. Info: http://veg.ca/resource-centre/toronto-vegetarian-podcast/, http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/806/Veg-Out.htm,
Radio Philosophy History Science Environment/Nature January 28, Monday, 9:05pm. 99.1 FM. CBC Radio 1 - Ideas - How to be Stoic: Tips from a Jiu Jitsu philosopher. Quote: "Michael Tremblay represents Canada at Brazilian Jiu Jitsu world championships. He is also a PhD student at Queen's University. Hoping to become a stoic sage, he is studying the advice of the 1st century stoic philosopher Epictetus." Info: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/ideas/topic/Tag/schedule
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 28, Mondays, 11:06pm-12m. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 11:06pm, Mondays 11:05pm-12m, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/

Radio Environment/Nature January 29, Tuesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm

Radio Environment/Nature January 30, Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Ryerson CJRU AM1280 Radio. Ryerson Environmental Program: Terra Informa. Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 8am-8:30am. Podcasts available. Info: http://www.thescopeatryerson.ca/en/thescope/shows/177/Terra-Informa.htm
Radio Humour January 30, Wednesdays, 11:30am. FM 99.1 CBC1 Comedy Show: The Debaters. Saturdays 1:30pm; Wednesdays 11:30am. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/thedebaters/
Radio Computers/Internet January 30, Wednesdays, 2:05pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Technology and Culture - Spark. Sundays 1:05pm-2pm; Wednesdays 2:05pm. Info: http://www.cbc.ca/spark/, http://www.cbc.ca/programguide/program/spark/
Radio Science Environment/Nature January 30, Wednesdays, 3pm-4pm. FM 99.1 CBC1 Science Show: Quirks & Quarks. Saturdays 12n-1pm, Wednesdays 3pm-4pm. http://www.cbc.ca/quirks/

Food January 31, Thursdays, 3pm-7pm. Dufferin Grove Organic Farmers Market. Quote: "Local farmers (small farms from southern Ontario) sell their organically-grown products, including fruits, vegetables, herbs, and breads. Runs all year. Access to the produce farm stands is from the south/side entrance facing the park (not through the main entrance facing the mall)."
Included farms/businesses that don't raise livestock and don't sell animal foods:
- Urban Harvest: 100% certified organic and heirloom seeds, seedlings and garden supplies.
- Forbes Wild Foods: Fruits, mushrooms, vegetables, syrups, vinegars and dry goods.
- Thorpe's Organic Produce Farm: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs, Millgrove ON;
- Plan B Organic Farm CSA: Organic vegetables, fruits & herbs.
- Kind Organics: Organic salad blends with herbs & edible flowers, sprouts, micro-greens, baby greens and wheatgrass.
- Niagara Lavender Farm: Organic tree fruits, berries, and lavender. Certified organic. Niagara on the Lake.
- Culture City: Black Bean Tempeh, Soy Tempeh, Soy Natto, Black Bean Natto. Locally made, organic bean, foodstuff.
- Floralora Flowers: Locally grown flowers and foliage for bouquet subscribers, market goers, florists and special event planners. Prince Edward County, Ontario.
Location: 875 Dufferin St, Dufferin Grove Park rink house, near Dufferin St & Dufferin Park Ave, between Bloor St West & College St (map). Info: market(at)dufferinpark.ca, http://www.dufferinpark.ca/market/market.html
Philosophy Book Discussion January 31, Thursday, 6:30pm-9pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: Political Philosophy (Week 1: Wolff and Hobbes).
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "This week we're discussing the following short readings in political philosophy: — "Political Philosophy" by Jonathan Wolff (3 pages) — "On The Natural Condition of Mankind" (excerpt from Leviathan) by Thomas Hobbes (4 pages) These can be found on pages 223 to 231 of the collected volume Philosophy: Basic Readings (Second Edition), which can be viewed and downloaded HERE: http://pdf.to/bookinfo/philosophy-basic-readings_1.pdf.' ...
— "Political Philosophy" by Jonathan Wolff: If you are under the illusion that philosophy is just a matter of argument that rarely has any lasting effect on people’s lives, think again. Political philosophers have exerted an immense influence not only on how people think, but also on how they live from day to day. What is political philosophy? What is its relation to actual politics? In this short extract from his book An Introduction to Political Philosophy, Jonathan Wolff (1959– ) gives a clear overview of this branch of philosophy. Please have the novella read in advance of our discussion (about 120 pages). "

Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/

Looking Ahead...

Film February 1, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Purple Rain (1984). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/
Talk February 2, 2019, Saturday, 2pm-3pm. Free. TPL Talk - Law at the library Series: Hiring a Lawyer for a Lawsuit: What are "Limited Scope" or "Unbundled" Services?
Quote: "Lawsuits cost a lot of money, but no one needs to go to court without legal help. Heather Hui-Litwin, Ph.D J.D. explains how lawyers may offer "limited scope" or "unbundled" rather than "full retainer" services, allowing them to help for parts of cases.
Part 2 in a 3-part series of Legal Presentations at the Toronto Reference Library:
1. How to get Legal Advice without Breaking the Bank | Wednesday, January 23, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)
2. Who Does What in the Legal System? | Thursday, February 21, 2019 @ 2:00-4:00pm Beeton Hall, Main Floor
3. What to Expect in a Civil Lawsuit: Overview of the Legal Process | Wednesday, March 6, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)."

Location: Deer Park library - 2nd Floor Program Room, 40 St Clair Ave East, Toronto, ON M4T 1M9, 416-393-7657. Info: Toronto Public Library, 416-393-7131, http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca
History Environment/Nature Walk February 3, 2019, Sunday, 2:30pm. Free. TFN Lecture - Bats of the GTA: the Real Stars of the Night. Location: Emmanuel College, Room 001, 75 Queen's Park Crescent East Quote:"Come see Toby Thorne, Toronto Zoo bat researcher, as he discusses all of the amazing bats that call the Greater Toronto Area home! Talk will be held in Room 001, Emmanuel College, 75 Queen’s Park Crescent East. Doors open at 2:00. No cost & all are welcome! This event is part of our free monthly lecture series. TFN members enjoy advance notice of upcoming lectures and follow-up commentary in our newsletter. Not a member? Learn more about the benefits of membership now." Info: Toronto Field Naturalists, 416-593-2656 (Office Hrs: Fridays am), http://www.torontofieldnaturalists.org/, https://torontofieldnaturalists.org/lectures/
Philosophy Book Discussion February 7, Thursday, 6:30pm-9pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: Isaiah Berlin: "Two Concepts of Liberty".
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "What is freedom? Historically, Isaiah Berlin (1909–97) argues, two different concepts of liberty have arisen: the negative and the positive. Negative liberty, familiar from the liberal tradition, is the kind of liberty described by John Stuart Mill in On Liberty (1859), namely freedom from constraint or interference. You are free, in this sense, to the extent that no one is preventing you doing what you might want to do. Positive freedom, on the other hand, is a matter of the doors that you can actually pass through, not just of those that lie open: it is what you can actually do. The notion of positive liberty derives from the wish to be one’s own master. Berlin’s main claim in this important article (first delivered as a lecture in 1958) is that the notion of positive liberty has frequently been distorted and used to suppress dissidents on the grounds that they are being forced to do what at some level they really desire and that this makes them more free than they would otherwise have been. It is not that Berlin is opposed to positive freedom in itself; it is only abuses of the concept that he objects to. *** To continue our series of readings on political philosophy from Philosophy: Basic Readings (Second Edition), this week we'll be discussing an excerpt from Isaiah Berlin's famous essay "Two Concepts of Liberty". The text can be found on pages 232 to 242 of the volume, which can be viewed and downloaded HERE: http://pdf.to/bookinfo/philosophy-basic-readings_1.pdf "
Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/
Science Talk February 7, Thursday, 8pm. Free. Public Astronomy Talks and Demos - Galactic Archaeology with Stellar Siblings. Speaker: Natalie Price-Jones, fourth year PhD student in the Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at UofT. Quote: "While astronomers can understand how galaxies grow and evolve by looking out into the cosmos, the history of our own Milky Way is something of a mystery. Our solar system’s position, embedded in the disk of the Milky Way, makes it difficult to understand how our Galaxy is changing on large scales.
In this month’s AstroTour, I’ll explain how astronomers use measurements of nearby stars to extrapolate a complete picture of the Galaxy. This approach of using some stars to learn about the Galaxy as a whole can also be applied to understanding its history, through a process called ‘chemical tagging.’ I’ll discuss how I use this technique in my research to find stellar siblings, and how this can help us not only unpack the history of the Milky Way but also make predictions for its future. Natalie Price-Jones."
Location: Bahen Centre room 1160, 40 St. George St, UofT. Past Locations: McLennan Physical Laboratories, MP102, 60 St. George St. | Medical Science Macleod Auditorium, 1 King’s College Circle. Info: University of Toronto Astronomy Department, astro(dot)utoronto(dot)ca, http://www.astro.utoronto(dot)ca/astrotours/?page_id=474, https://www.astro.utoronto(dot)ca/astrotours/
Food February 8, 2019, Friday, 7pm-10am. $5/PYOW. Toronto Vegan Meetup: CashFlow 101 Boardgame Social for Vegans.
Location: Cosmic Treats, 207 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON.
Quote: "Hosted by Viren. Let's play and learn about handling money while enjoying some delicious vegan food. This event is for any one interested in learning more about money, real estate and investments, in the easiest way, the way of the game. This is a Foundational Game to help start you off on a powerful journey to true financial independence and wisdom. Where you will learn how to get the most out of each time you play and maximize your financial growth and development! Investing is a skill most can’t learn from a book. The alternative of learning in the ‘real world’ could prove costly. You need to first understand your own behaviour. CASHFLOW 101 was created as a fun, powerful, and experiential way to teach investing and wealth building. Manage assets and liabilities, trade stocks and fight your way out of the Rat Race."
Info/RSVP: http://veg.ca/events-calendar, https://www.meetup.com/torontovegan/
Food February 8. 2019, Friday, 6:30pm. Free. TVA's Durham Veg Group: Monthly Meeting: Pho Viet Nam 999 Oshawa.
February 8 Location: Pho Viet Nam 999 Oshawa, 299 King St West, Oshawa, ON L1J 2J8, (905)728-8999.
Quote: "Dinner starts at 6:30 pm. please join us, we love chatting with like minded people. RSVP by emailing durham(at)veg.ca or by filling out the form on the right. We kindly request that you honor your RSVP to avoid over or under booking the restaurants."
Info: Toronto Vegetarian Association office, 416-544-9800, durhamveg(at)gmail.com, durhamlakeside(at)vrg.ca, http://durhamveg.weebly.com/events.html http://durhamveg.weebly.com/
Film February 8, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Stormy Weather (1943). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/
Recycling February 9, Saturdays, 1pm-4pm. Free. Mini-Repair Café at Windmill Line Co-op. Quote: "Fixing small appliances, home electronics, housewares & bikes (only). Note: Visitor registration ends at 3:00 p.m." Location: Windmill Line Co-op, 125 Scadding Ave, Toronto, ON M5A 4J3. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca/repair-cafe-to-at-toronto-tool-library-st-clair-branch/, http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Food Recycling Environment/Nature February 10, Sunday, 11am-5:30pm. Free. Bare Market Pop-Up.
Location: Patagonia Toronto, 500 King St West.
Quote: "At Bare Market, we’re on a mission to help you reduce waste. As Toronto’s first one-stop shop for package-free goods, we offer affordable and locally sourced bulk food, body and home care products that are good for you and good for the planet! What’s our aim? To make sustainable and ethical living easy and accessible for people from all walks of life.
To pass the Bare test, packaging should NOT be designed to end up in the dump. No, we don’t expect you to carry your olive oil and lentils home in the palms of your hands! What we mean by package-free is that our store is free from any single-use (or made-for-the-landfill) containers. Specifically, we do not carry or sell products that come in packaging that cannot be reused or composted.
Need a simpler option? Use one of our donated containers for free or participate in our container-lending program for a small, 100% refundable deposit."

Info: https://baremarket.ca/
Philosophy Book Discussion February 10, Sunday, 6pm-8pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative?.
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "Capitalist realism propagates an idea of the post-political, in which the fall of the Soviet Union both solidified capitalism as the only effective political-economic system and removed the question of capitalism's dissolution from any political consideration. This has subverted the arena of political discussion from one in which capitalism is one of many potential means of operating an economy, to one in which political considerations operate solely within the confines of the capitalist system. Similarly, within the frame of capitalist realism, mainstream anti-capitalist movements shifted away from targeting the end of capitalism and promoting alternative systems to an aim of mitigating its worst effects.
After 1989, capitalism has successfully presented itself as the only realistic political-economic system - a situation that the bank crisis of 2008, far from ending, actually compounded. The book analyses the development and principal features of this capitalist realism as a lived ideological framework. Using examples from politics, films, fiction, work and education, it argues that capitalist realism colours all areas of contemporary experience. But it will also show that, because of a number of inconsistencies and glitches internal to the capitalist reality program capitalism in fact is anything but realistic.
This meetup we will be discussing Mark Fisher's seminal work Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? Please read as much of the text as possible before the meetup. https://libcom.org/files/Capitalist%20Realism_%20Is%20There%20No%20Alternat%20-%20Mark%20Fisher.pdf "

Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/
Food February 10, Sunday, 6:30pm-9pm. $20. Farmhouse Garden Animal Home: Movie Night at Copper Branch.
Quote: "Join us on Feb. 10th at Copper Branch in Brooklin (just north of Whitby) for a screening of a wonderful documentary about farm sanctuaries, “Called To Rescue”. Prior to the movie, there will be a presentation by Farmhouse Garden Animal Home, a farm sanctuary near Uxbridge, Ontario. Proceeds from this event are being donated to the sanctuary to help us care for the animals that live there. For details and to purchase tickets, please go to our website: http://www.farmhousegardenanimalhome.com/featured-event Tickets are limited so get yours now to avoid disappointment."
Location: Copper Branch, 6055 Mavis Road, Mississauga, Ontario
Event Info/RSVP: farmhousegardenanimalhome(at)gmail.com, http://veg.ca/events-calendar/movie-night-at-copper-branch/
Sanctuary info: Farmhouse Garden Animal Home, 30 Scugog Line 12, Uxbridge, ON L9P 1R3, (416)399-6244, http://www.farmhousegardenanimalhome.com/
Food Health February 13, Wednesday, 7pm-9pm. $30/$35/$40. Veg Speed Dating Event.
Quote: "Ages 21+ | Pairing Format: male/female | Tickets in advance only (no door sales) |
How it works: Chat with each date for 5 mins, Secretly chose who you like, Get your matches at midnight |
Spots are limited to 30 participants, because we've found that an intimate, get-to-really-know-you setting works the best for making real connections. Either during or after the event, you'll let us know who you'd like to get to know better, using our convenient online matching system. It's easy to use, smartphone compatible, and serves up your results faster than any other speed dating provider. And, we now support both dating and friendship matches! You'll find out who you matched up with at midnight after the event."

Location: Cosmic Treats, 207 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2L4.
Info: https://findveglove.com/events/
Event info: https://findveglove.com/event/181314/
Process info: https://findveglove.com/what-to-expect/
Philosophy Science Discussion/Reading February 15, Friday, 7pm. Free. The Association for Science and Reason (Skeptics Canada) - Monthly Meetup - Cafe Skeptique: SELF-HELP GURUS! Authors, speakers, and motivational claptrap.
Location: Fox and Fiddle, 27 Wellesley St East, Toronto, ON M4Y 1G7.
Quote: "The Association for Science and Reason (formerly Skeptics Canada) (http://www.scienceandreason.ca ) has opened its regular monthly dinner to interested Meetup members, and it has been a lot of fun. Heated discussion, hot food, good company--a great way to spend the evening without losing I.Q. points. As usual, don't be put off by the small number of people signing up through Meetup. Most of the regulars do not respond, they just show up. We typically have between 15 and 20 attendees."
Info: The Association for Science and Reason (Skeptics Canada), https://www.meetup.com/skeptics-144/
Philosophy Science Discussion/Reading February 16,, Saturday, 5pm. Free. Cafe Skeptique - Monthly Meetup - TBA.
Location: Free Times Cafe, 320 College St.
Quote: "Toronto's Cafe Skeptique is a fun and fascinating discussion group that focuses on a range of topics within the realm of skepticism such as pseudo-science, alternative medicine, conspiracy theories, etc. It's open to the public and everyone is welcome to join in!
Normally held every THIRD Saturday of the month at 5:00 p.m., at Free Times Cafe, 320 College St. just west of Spadina Ave. Exceptions will be posted clearly when they apply."

Info: Cafe Skeptique, https://www.meetup.com/torontoscafeskeptique/
Environment/Nature History Walk/Hike February 17, 2019, Sunday, 2pm. Free. Lost River Walk - Davenport Road and the Tollkeeper’s Cottage. Led by Helen Mills and John Wilson. Start: Dupont St and Davenport Rd. Quote: "Part of a series of walks on the Core Circle, a blue-green liminal zone around the city’s downtown Core. This linear walk begins at Dupont and Davenport and ends with a warm welcome at the Tollkeeper’s Cottage, the restored heritage building from the 1830s at Bathurst and Davenport. The walk traces the shoreline of glacial Lake Iroquois below Casa Loma for about 2 km on level pavement." Toronto Green Community - Lost River Walks: 416-781-7663, info(at)torontogreen.ca, http://www.torontogreen.ca, http://www.lostrivers.ca/WalkSchd.htm .
Food Health Book Discussion February 20, Wednesday, 6:30pm. Free. TVA Reads Vegetarian Book Club - Discussion and Vegan Potluck.
Book to be reviewed: Eat for the Planet: Saving the World one Bite at a Time by Nil Zacharias. Also Fuss-Free Vegan by Sam Turnbull.
Quote: "Interested in getting together with like-minded individuals and reading vegetarian-related books? Then come join the TVA Reading Group... Like regular book clubs, we meet frequently to discuss the current book the group has chosen to read. The material will always have something to do with vegetarianism, including animal rights philosophy, nutrition, ecological issues, and more... Please bring a vegan potluck contribution to enjoy."
Tentative Location: Centre for Social Innovation (CSI), 720 Bathurst St, south of Bloor St West.
Info: tvareads(at)veg.ca, http://veg.ca/events-calendar/tva-reads/, http://veg.ca/content/view/39/70/#reads
Food Discussion February 20, Wednesday, 6pm-8pm. RSVP Required. PYOW. TVA's Vegetarians of High Park - Dinner at North of Bombay.
Location: North of Bombay Indian restaurant, 2996 Dundas St West, Toronto, Ontario M6P 1Z3.
Quote: "Join us for dinner at North of Bombay, an Indian restaurant on Dundas Street in the Junction. Their menu has a very large selection of vegan items which are clearly marked with a vegan symbol. RSVP required by Friday, February 15th to highpark(at)veg.ca."
Info/RSVP: highpark(at)veg.ca, http://highparkveg.wordpress.com/upcoming-events/, http://veg.ca/content/view/39/70/#highpark
Philosophy Book Discussion February 21, Thursday, 6:30pm-9pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: The Ultimate Human Experience: Kant on Dinner Parties.
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "As one would expect, Kant believes that there is a tension, and even a conflict, between our bodily humanity and its ethical counterpart: “Inclination to pleasurable living and inclination to virtue are in conflict with each other.” What is more unexpected is that he claims that this tension can be resolved in what he calls an example of “civilized bliss,” namely, dinner parties. "The good living which still seems to harmonize best with virtue is a good meal in good company (and if possible with alternating companions) . . . this little dinner party . . . must not only try to supply physical satisfaction — which everyone can find for himself — but also social enjoyment for which the dinner must appear only as a vehicle." (from Anthropology From A Pragmatic Point of View, 7:278) Dinner parties are, for Kant, part of the “highest ethicophysical good,” the ultimate resolution of the conflict between our physical body and our moral powers, which consists in finding the right ways of unifying our partly “sensuous” and partly “ethicointellectual” nature. The aim of this paper is not only to explain Kant’s account of the ideal proportions of ethicophysical good in dinner parties, but also, and more importantly, to argue that dinner parties are in fact the ultimate experience for us, human beings. *** For this meetup we'll discuss the paper "The Ultimate Kantian Experience: Kant on Dinner Parties" by Alix Cohen, published in 2008 in the journal History of Philosophy Quarterly. Please have the paper read in advance of our discussion (about 20 pages). Bring snacks and drinks to share if you wish! The paper can be viewed and downloaded from the author's Academia.edu page HERE - edinburgh(dot)academia(dot)edu/AlixCohen About the author: Alix Cohen is a professor of philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. She is the author of Kant and the Human Sciences: Biology, Anthropology and History (Palgrave, 2009) and has published numerous papers on Kant as well as Hume and Rousseau. Cohen is also the editor of three collected volumes: Thinking About Emotions: A Philosophical History (Oxford, 2017), Critical Guide to Kant's Lectures on Anthropology (Cambridge, 2014), and Kant on Emotion and Value (Palgrave, 2014). *** Additional resources: Immanuel Kant is widely regarded as the philosopher who best exemplifies the thought and ideals of the Enlightenment. For a quick-and-dirty backgrounder, see the following - - https://www.iep.utm.edu/kantview/ - https://thegreatthinkers.org/kant/introduction/ - https://fivebooks.com/best-books/kant/ A couple of popular book-length introductions to Kant's philosophy - - http://pdf.to/bookinfo/kant_194.pdf - http://pdf.to/bookinfo/kant-a-very-short-introduction-very-short-introductions.pdf "
Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/
Food February 21, 2019, Thursday, 7pm-9pm. PYOW. TVA Toronto Dinner Social Group: Dinner.
Location: Green Earth, 804 Danforth Ave, Toronto, M4J 1L2, 416-778-9199
Quote: "Please join us for lively conversation and delicious food at our upcoming dinner. All members and non members, veg, vegan and transitioning are welcome. Please RSVP by the Wednesday before each event at: tvadinner(at)veg.ca or by phone: 416-544-9800."
Info: https://www.meetup.com/meetup-group-ermoEaYa/, http://veg.ca/events-calendar/
Talk February 21, 2019, Wednesday, 6:30pm-8pm. Free. TPL Talk - Law at the library Series: Who Does What in the Legal System?
Quote: "Many litigants or people who become involved in court do not realize that in addition to lawyers, there are many other professionals who may be very helpful to their matters. One example is "process servers." These are people who deliver and serve court papers. Another are court reporting services, where one holds "out of court" examinations in preparation for trial. In this talk Heather Hui-Litwin (Ph.D., J.D., LL.M.) will explain who the various professionals are, such as mediators, paralegals, financial evaluators, etc. and what they do and how to find them.
Heather was a self-represented litigant herself, before becoming a lawyer. She is the co-founder of a group of lawyers, the Self-Rep Navigators (www.limitedscoperetainers.ca).
All are welcome, no registration required.
Part 2 in a 3-part series of Legal Presentations at the Toronto Reference Library:
1. How to get Legal Advice without Breaking the Bank | Wednesday, January 23, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)
2. Who Does What in the Legal System? | Thursday, February 21, 2019 @ 2:00-4:00pm Beeton Hall, Main Floor
3. What to Expect in a Civil Lawsuit: Overview of the Legal Process | Wednesday, March 6, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)."

Location: Toronto Reference Library - Beeton Hall, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St (map), Info: Toronto Public Library, 416-393-7131, http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca
Recycling February 23, Saturday, 12n-4pm. Free. Repair Café - Central Neighbourhood House. Quote: "Do you have a broken household item? Don’t toss it! Bring your small appliances, computers, electronics, clothes, jewellery, books, and more, and we will show you how to fix it for free... registration closes at 3:00." Location: Central Neighbourhood House, 349 Ontario St, Toronto, ON M5A 2V8. Previous Locations: - Roncesvalles United Church, 214 Wright Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 1L3. - Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church, 1038 Woodbine Ave, East York, ON M4C 4C4. - Cedarbrae Branch, Toronto Public Library, 545 Markham Rd, one block south of Lawrence Ave East, Scarborough, ON M1B. - Albert Campbell, Toronto Public Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough. - Driftwood Community Recreation Centre, 4401 Jane Street, North York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St. - Ralph Thornton Centre, Queen/Saulter, TPL Branch, 765 Queen Street East. - S. Walter Stewart branch, Toronto Public Library, 170 Memorial Park Avenue, East York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Skills For Change, 2nd Floor, 791 St Clair Ave West, 4 blocks west of Christie St, near the Arlington streetcar stop. - Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough, between St Clair Ave East and Danforth Rd. - STEAMLabs, 49 Cameron Street, Toronto (north west corner of Spadina and Queen), Lower Level'. - Don Mills library, 888 Lawrence Ave East, west of Don Mills Rd. - Central Neighbourhood House, 349 Ontario St, 3 blocks east of Sherbourbe St, 1 block south of Gerrard St East. - Elmbank Community Centre, 10 Rampart Rd, south of Finch Ave West, east of Martin Grove Rd, Rexdale. - HackLab.TO, 1266 Queen St West, 2nd floor, buzz Unit #12. - TPL North York Central branch. - Toronto Tool Library, 1803 Danforth Ave near Coxwell (http://torontotoollibrary.com/about-2/ourlocationandhour/). - Wychwood Green Barn, 601 Christie St, between Wychwood Ave and Christie St, 2 blocks south of St Clair Ave West. - Park Downsview Park, 70 Canuck Avenue. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Food Walk Health February 23, Saturday, 1:30pm-4:30pm. $20. TVA Veg Fitness Meetup Group - Pursuit OCR.
Quote: "February’s meetup will take place at the newly opened location of Pursuit OCR, which is an “obstacle course gym”. It’s basically a 30,000 sqft indoor playground with various activities & challenges that involve climbing, swinging, jumping, and crawling. It also features a massive ball pit with over 100,000 balls! Day passes are $20.
Like all of our meetups, Pursuit OCR caters to those of all skill/fitness levels, and you will have no trouble finding activities of any difficulty that you feel comfortable with.
Afterwards, we will refuel at the nearby vegan Caribbean/Jamaican restaurant, V’s Caribbean!
The gym is bit of a trek from downtown, so we will probably be carpooling from a central location in Toronto. Let us know if you are interested in joining. Or of course, you are free to make your own way there and meet us.
If you have any questions, please feel free to post in the Facebook group! Looking forward to seeing you there."

Location: Pursuit OCR, 75 Westmore Drive, Toronto, Ontario M9V 3Y6.
TTC: 73C Albion Rd bus (from Royal York station) OR 96 buses (from Wilson or York Mills stations) OR 36A bus (from Finch West or Finch stations)
Info: http://veg.ca/events-calendar/february-2019-veg-fitness-meetup-pursuit-ocr/ | More info: Toronto Vegetarian Association, info(at)veg.ca, 17 Baldwin St, west of McCaul St, NW of St Patrick station, http://veg.ca
Philosophy Book Discussion February 28, Thursday, 6:30pm-9pm. Free. Toronto Philosophy Meetup: John Steinbeck: Of Mice and Men.
Location: Brookfield Place, Lower Level Food Court, 181 Bay St, Toronto, M5J 2T3.
Quote: "John Steinbeck (1902-1968) was a giant of American letters best known for his novels about the working class and the social consequences of the Great Depression. Many of his works, including Of Mice and Men (1937), The Grapes of Wrath (1939), and East of Eden (1952), are considered classics of Western literature. Steinbeck was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1962 "for his realistic and imaginative writings, combining as they do sympathetic humour and keen social perception." Many of his stories are set in central California and partly based on his own experiences working alongside migrant farm workers as a teenager and in later years as a manual laborer to support his writing. His works frequently explore themes of fate and injustice, especially as applied to downtrodden or everyman protagonists. *** This meetup is dedicated to discussing John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men (1937), a novella about the friendship of two migrant workers grasping for their American Dream during the Great Depression. Acclaimed for giving a voice to America's forgotten and dispossessed when it was published, the tale remains Steinbeck's most popular work, achieving remarkable success as a novel, Broadway play, and three acclaimed films. The title is taken from a line by the poet Robert Burns: 'The best laid schemes of mice and men / Often go awry.' ... Please have the novella read in advance of our discussion (about 120 pages)."
Info: https://www.meetup.com/The-Toronto-Philosophy-Meetup/

Film March 1, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - A Star is Born (1954). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/
Talk March 6, 2019, Wednesday, 6:30pm-8pm. Free. TPL Talk - Law at the library Series: What to Expect in a Civil Lawsuit: Overview of the Legal Process.
Quote: "Many people go into lawsuits without any knowledge as to how a lawsuit unfolds, or what to expect. Many people express disbelief when they finally find out, at the end of a lawsuit, that the court does not enforce the judgement for you when you win!
In this talk, you will be introduced to a summary of the entire process, beginning with pleadings, the various procedures and deadlines that occur before trial, trial itself and enforcement, and a very brief introduction to what appeals involve. You will learn the following what the basic phases are in a civil lawsuit: -Pleadings -Discovery -Mediation -Pre-trial conferences -Motions -Trial -Appeals
You will learn about the concept of ?precedents?. You will learn about the different sets of laws and rules and customs (practices) that may apply.
Heather Hui-Litwin (Ph.D., J.D., LL.M.) was a self-represented litigant herself, before becoming a lawyer. She is the co-founder of a group of lawyers, the Self-Rep Navigators (www.limitedscoperetainers.ca).
All are welcome, no registration required.
Part 3 in a 3-part series of Legal Presentations at the Toronto Reference Library:
1. How to get Legal Advice without Breaking the Bank | Wednesday, January 23, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)
2. Who Does What in the Legal System? | Thursday, February 21, 2019 @ 2:00-4:00pm Beeton Hall, Main Floor
3. What to Expect in a Civil Lawsuit: Overview of the Legal Process | Wednesday, March 6, 2019 @ 6:30-8:00pm Hinton Theatre (3rd Floor)."

Location: Toronto Reference Library - Hinton Learning Theatre, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St (map), Info: Toronto Public Library, 416-393-7131, http://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca
Food March 8, 2019, Friday, 7pm-10am. $5/PYOW. Toronto Vegan Meetup: CashFlow 101 Boardgame Social for Vegans.
Location: Cosmic Treats, 207 Augusta Ave, Toronto, ON.
Quote: "Hosted by Viren. Let's play and learn about handling money while enjoying some delicious vegan food. This event is for any one interested in learning more about money, real estate and investments, in the easiest way, the way of the game. This is a Foundational Game to help start you off on a powerful journey to true financial independence and wisdom. Where you will learn how to get the most out of each time you play and maximize your financial growth and development! Investing is a skill most can’t learn from a book. The alternative of learning in the ‘real world’ could prove costly. You need to first understand your own behaviour. CASHFLOW 101 was created as a fun, powerful, and experiential way to teach investing and wealth building. Manage assets and liabilities, trade stocks and fight your way out of the Rat Race."
Info/RSVP: http://veg.ca/events-calendar, https://www.meetup.com/torontovegan/
Film March 8, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Tommy (1975). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/
Philosophy Science Discussion/Reading March 15, Friday, 7pm. Free. The Association for Science and Reason (Skeptics Canada) - Monthly Meetup - Cafe Skeptique: SELF-HELP GURUS! Authors, speakers, and motivational claptrap.
Location: Fox and Fiddle, 27 Wellesley St East, Toronto, ON M4Y 1G7.
Quote: "The Association for Science and Reason (formerly Skeptics Canada) (http://www.scienceandreason.ca ) has opened its regular monthly dinner to interested Meetup members, and it has been a lot of fun. Heated discussion, hot food, good company--a great way to spend the evening without losing I.Q. points. As usual, don't be put off by the small number of people signing up through Meetup. Most of the regulars do not respond, they just show up. We typically have between 15 and 20 attendees."
Info: The Association for Science and Reason (Skeptics Canada), https://www.meetup.com/skeptics-144/
Film March 15, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - A Hard Day's Night (1964). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/
Philosophy Science Discussion/Reading March 16,, Saturday, 5pm. Free. Cafe Skeptique - Monthly Meetup - TBA.
Location: Free Times Cafe, 320 College St.
Quote: "Toronto's Cafe Skeptique is a fun and fascinating discussion group that focuses on a range of topics within the realm of skepticism such as pseudo-science, alternative medicine, conspiracy theories, etc. It's open to the public and everyone is welcome to join in!
Normally held every THIRD Saturday of the month at 5:00 p.m., at Free Times Cafe, 320 College St. just west of Spadina Ave. Exceptions will be posted clearly when they apply."

Info: Cafe Skeptique, https://www.meetup.com/torontoscafeskeptique/
Film March 22, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Josie and the Pussycats (2001). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/
Food Walk Health March 23, Saturday, 10am-12n. $20. TVA Veg Fitness Meetup Group - March 2019 Veg Fitness Hikes Evergreen Brickworks.
Quote: "Winter weather be damned! Our March meetup will be a group hike. We will meet at the Broadview Subway Station and depending on the weather we will walk down to Evergreen Brickworks, or take the shuttle. Once down there we will hit the trails and enjoy the outdoors, finished with a bit of shopping at the Saturday market."
Location: Evergreen Brickworks, Toronto.
Info: http://veg.ca/events-calendar/march-2019-veg-fitness-hikes-evergreen-brickworks/ | More info: Toronto Vegetarian Association, info(at)veg.ca, 17 Baldwin St, west of McCaul St, NW of St Patrick station, http://veg.ca
Recycling March 23, Saturday, 12n-4pm. Free. Repair Café - Richview Library. Quote: "Do you have a broken household item? Don’t toss it! Bring your small appliances, computers, electronics, clothes, jewellery, books, and more, and we will show you how to fix it for free... registration closes at 3:00." March 23 Location: Richview Library, 1806 Islington Ave, Etobicoke, ON M9P 1L4. Previous Locations: - Roncesvalles United Church, 214 Wright Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 1L3. - Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church, 1038 Woodbine Ave, East York, ON M4C 4C4. - Cedarbrae Branch, Toronto Public Library, 545 Markham Rd, one block south of Lawrence Ave East, Scarborough, ON M1B. - Albert Campbell, Toronto Public Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough. - Driftwood Community Recreation Centre, 4401 Jane Street, North York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St. - Ralph Thornton Centre, Queen/Saulter, TPL Branch, 765 Queen Street East. - S. Walter Stewart branch, Toronto Public Library, 170 Memorial Park Avenue, East York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Skills For Change, 2nd Floor, 791 St Clair Ave West, 4 blocks west of Christie St, near the Arlington streetcar stop. - Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough, between St Clair Ave East and Danforth Rd. - STEAMLabs, 49 Cameron Street, Toronto (north west corner of Spadina and Queen), Lower Level'. - Don Mills library, 888 Lawrence Ave East, west of Don Mills Rd. - Central Neighbourhood House, 349 Ontario St, 3 blocks east of Sherbourbe St, 1 block south of Gerrard St East. - Elmbank Community Centre, 10 Rampart Rd, south of Finch Ave West, east of Martin Grove Rd, Rexdale. - HackLab.TO, 1266 Queen St West, 2nd floor, buzz Unit #12. - TPL North York Central branch. - Toronto Tool Library, 1803 Danforth Ave near Coxwell (http://torontotoollibrary.com/about-2/ourlocationandhour/). - Wychwood Green Barn, 601 Christie St, between Wychwood Ave and Christie St, 2 blocks south of St Clair Ave West. - Park Downsview Park, 70 Canuck Avenue. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Food Recycling Environment/Nature March 23, Saturday, 6pm-9:30pm. Free. Bare Market Pop-Up.
Location: Green Beauty Night, CSI Spadina, 192 Spadina Ave.
Quote: "At Bare Market, we’re on a mission to help you reduce waste. As Toronto’s first one-stop shop for package-free goods, we offer affordable and locally sourced bulk food, body and home care products that are good for you and good for the planet! What’s our aim? To make sustainable and ethical living easy and accessible for people from all walks of life.
To pass the Bare test, packaging should NOT be designed to end up in the dump. No, we don’t expect you to carry your olive oil and lentils home in the palms of your hands! What we mean by package-free is that our store is free from any single-use (or made-for-the-landfill) containers. Specifically, we do not carry or sell products that come in packaging that cannot be reused or composted.
Need a simpler option? Use one of our donated containers for free or participate in our container-lending program for a small, 100% refundable deposit."

Info: https://baremarket.ca/
Recycling March 27, Saturday, 1oam-2pm. Free. Repair Café - North York Central Library. Quote: "Do you have a broken household item? Don’t toss it! Bring your small appliances, computers, electronics, clothes, jewellery, books, and more, and we will show you how to fix it for free... registration closes at 3:00." Location: North York Central Library, 5120 Yonge St, North York, ON M2N 6L3. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca
Film March 29, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Hedwig and the Angry Inch (2001). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/

Health Food Talk April 4, Thursday, 7pm-8:30pm. Free. Big Carrot - Infomercial/Talk - Thriving On A Vegetarian Diet. Quote: "People committed to reducing the amount of meat that they eat must take care to replace nutrients previously obtained from animal products. This interactive presentation will help you understand what it means to follow a vegetarian diet, how to get the nutrients you need to thrive (even if you don’t like tofu) and dispel some of the myths about plant-based diets" Location: The Big Carrot, 348 Danforth Ave. (map). Event Info: http://veg.ca/events-calendar/thriving-on-a-vegetarian-diet-3/ | Info: The Big Carrot Health Food Store, 416-466-2129, http://thebigcarrot.ca/about-us/calendar/
Film April 7, 2019, Friday, 7pm. Free. CINSSU Free Friday Film - Once (2007). Location: Innis College Town Hall, 2 Sussex Ave, St George St, one block north of Hoskin Ave, 1 block south of Bloor St West. UofT CINSSU Free Films info: Innis College Room 107, 416-978-7434, cinssu(at)pwd.ca, http://www.cinssu.ca, http://cinssu.ca/fff-schedule/
Recycling April 27, Saturday, 10am-2pm. Free. Repair Café at North York Central Library. Quote: "Do you have a broken household item? Don’t toss it! Bring your small appliances, computers, electronics, clothes, jewellery, books, and more, and we will show you how to fix it for free... Visitor registration closes at 1:00 p.m. 2nd floor (accessible by elevator)." Location: North York Central Library, 5120 Yonge St, North York, Toronto, ON M2N 6L3. Previous Locations: - Roncesvalles United Church, 214 Wright Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 1L3. - Toronto Chinese Mennonite Church, 1038 Woodbine Ave, East York, ON M4C 4C4. - Cedarbrae Branch, Toronto Public Library, 545 Markham Rd, one block south of Lawrence Ave East, Scarborough, ON M1B. - Albert Campbell, Toronto Public Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough. - Driftwood Community Recreation Centre, 4401 Jane Street, North York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Toronto Reference Library, 789 Yonge St, 1 block north of Bloor St. - Ralph Thornton Centre, Queen/Saulter, TPL Branch, 765 Queen Street East. - S. Walter Stewart branch, Toronto Public Library, 170 Memorial Park Avenue, East York. - Parkdale branch, Toronto Public Library, 1303 Queen Street West. - Skills For Change, 2nd Floor, 791 St Clair Ave West, 4 blocks west of Christie St, near the Arlington streetcar stop. - Albert Campbell Library, 496 Birchmount Rd, Scarborough, between St Clair Ave East and Danforth Rd. - STEAMLabs, 49 Cameron Street, Toronto (north west corner of Spadina and Queen), Lower Level'. - Don Mills library, 888 Lawrence Ave East, west of Don Mills Rd. - Central Neighbourhood House, 349 Ontario St, 3 blocks east of Sherbourbe St, 1 block south of Gerrard St East. - Elmbank Community Centre, 10 Rampart Rd, south of Finch Ave West, east of Martin Grove Rd, Rexdale. - HackLab.TO, 1266 Queen St West, 2nd floor, buzz Unit #12. - TPL North York Central branch. - Toronto Tool Library, 1803 Danforth Ave near Coxwell (http://torontotoollibrary.com/about-2/ourlocationandhour/). - Wychwood Green Barn, 601 Christie St, between Wychwood Ave and Christie St, 2 blocks south of St Clair Ave West. - Park Downsview Park, 70 Canuck Avenue. Info: http://repaircafetoronto.ca

Food Health May 5, 2019, Sunday, 11am-5pm. $5. TVA Spring Market.
Tentive Location (subject to change): Wychwood Green Barn, 601 Christie St, between Wychwood Ave and Christie St, 2 blocks south of St Clair Ave West.
Quote: "An indoor spring market showcasing an array of vegan foods, crafts and ethical goods geared towards cruelty-free gifting. In addition to holiday shopping, there will be workshops, a kids activity area too, as well as edibles for immediate consumption."
Info: Toronto Vegetarian Association, info(at)veg.ca, 17 Baldwin St, west of McCaul St, NW of St Patrick station, http://veg.ca
Food Discussion May 11, 2019, Saturday, 10am-6pm. $? Mississauga Vegfest.
Quote: "Mississauga VegFest is back for another exciting day, celebrating all things vegan, plant based, and animal friendly. Veganism has exploded in popularity and we are dedicated to educating and supporting vegans and the veg curious about this ethical lifestyle in a welcoming, family friendly environment. Come find out why MVF is one of Ontario’s biggest VegFests
Mississauga Vegfest is seeking volunteers for their festival on May 11, 2019. Last year was their first festival and they want your help to make this year even more successful. They have some big ideas and will need extra help."

Location: Port Credit Memorial Arena (https://www.mississaugavegfest.ca/gettingthere.php), Ontario. Local Transport:
(1) TTC Kipling subway station to 123BC TTC bus to Long Branch GO station to 23 Mississauga bus to Port Credit GO station.
(2) TTC Kipling subway station to 110AB TTC bus to Long Branch GO station to 23 Mississauga bus to Port Credit GO station.
(3) TTC Osgoode subway station to 501 TTC streetcar to Long Branch GO station to 23 Mississauga bus to Port Credit GO station.
(4) TTC Union subway station to Lakeshore West GO train to Port Credit GO station.
Info: https://www.mississaugavegfest.ca/

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