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The Canoe Story


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Today's Globe and Mail contains the Report on Business magazine, with a exhaustive 15 page story behind the scenes at Canoe, by Trevor Cole.

If you are not a Globe susbscriber you'll have to hurry to a corner box or a newstand, as the ROB issue is usually a sellout.

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Very interesting article. I've never eaten at Canoe but I'd very much like to try it now (I suppose that was why Canoe agreed to be profiled … ?)

Cutting the lemon/the knife/leaves a little cathedral:/alcoves unguessed by the eye/that open acidulous glass/to the light; topazes/riding the droplets,/altars,/aromatic facades. - Ode to a Lemon, Pablo Neruda

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great article, thank you!

I've eaten at Canoe (long ago) a couple times, but haven't been back since. Makes me want to return to see if it's something I'd enjoy again. Thought my previous visits were ok, but nothing that made me want to give them more of my money. Though, I enjoy Auberge so much, so I'd give Canoe another chance now that I'm older and have a better clue on food. Went last maybe... six years ago? Eight years ago? something like that.

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