To the east, fringeward.


Edmonton, AB has been a great source of inspiration and despair. Desolate winters, northern isolation, and one of the worst public transit systems in Canada breed an unruly class of desperate prairie sky-gazers brimming with creative potential; alas, this disparate, tundradic paradise of the north has captured our eyes for long enough.

In a strategic move of life-questioning proportions, Weird Canada HQ is moving to Toronto, ON.

Since our conjuring, we’ve scoured the Canadian landscape searching for sinusoidal ley lines. Medicine Hat? Brandon? Truoro? Sherbrooke? Sydney? Nelson? Perth? Ponoka? Kamloops? Cortes? Possibilities are abundant. But we’re leaping into the centre of the volcano and hope to emerge a phoenix: Ontario will be our home for the next chapter in Weird Canada’s narrative.

Friends: we are looking for unique partnerships in the hope of creating a more collaborative, supportive, and efficient underground community in Ontario and beyond. We are short on resources and long on vision. If you’re interested in working with us, please get in touch.

To the east, fringeward.

Hearts,

Aaron Levin & Marie Lef
Weird Canada

PS – I will be forwarding mail to a new address. If you can help it, please reach out to submissions [at] weirdcanada [dot] com to receive our new address.

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birthed: 2011-09-22

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5 thoughts on “To the east, fringeward.

  1. Pingback: So long, farewell … | Edmonton Journal

  2. Toronto, the home of Rob Ford and Much Music. I’m all for living in different cities and experiencing new scenes, but Montreal is where you want to be.

    • Montreal is easily the most beautiful, cultured, and affordable city in Canada. However, there is a largely unrealized potential lurking in the Golden horseshoe that I am dying to realize.

      Thanks for all the kind comments everyone.

      Hearts,

      Aaron Levin

  3. Toronto welcomes you!

    And yes, the Ford administration is a drag, but it’s also galvanized and motivated in a way that can only be productive and positive for the interesting arts.

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