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Camp

 

Camp

I started at Tawingo when I was 13, and loved it from the first day.  After my glorious time as a camper ended I worked there for 7 summers, and even one fall (our Outdoor Centre hosts school groups). Camp is where I developed the leadership and teamwork skills that are so important in medicine - and I also met some of my best friends there. Tawingo still plays a big part in my life - I visit often and have spent several New Years in the glorious Muskoka snow. 

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Staying
Active

 

Staying Active

My dad taught me to skate when I was 4, and ski when I was 9.  Sports always played a big role in our house, as dad coached us in hockey and baseball, and even spent 3 years as the local hockey association president. High school was when I started running and cross-country skiing, and I try to spend as much time outside as I can, even in the winter.  

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Travelling

 

Travelling

I've had a passion for traveling since my first road trip at the age of 4.  Dad and I packed up the RX-7 and drove 1,000 miles to visit our family in Halifax (Mom flew with my new infant brother), taking a detour through New England to enjoy the slide rides and stop at L.L. Bean. I've been lucky enough to visit Europe a few times, and South Africa twice. During medical school rotations, I travelled over 40,000 kilometers by car, followed by a solo drive to Whistler in 2014.