Tag Archives: Michel Botman

Efi – The End of Processing

Last Saturday, we were invited by our friends Karen and Steve to celebrate Karen’s birthday at Walima, our favorite Moroccan restaurant on Avenue Road. As the evening progressed, the conversation meandered gently from place to place, from our lives back … Continue reading

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Memories from Auschwitz

In the spring of 1977, I was in my last year of Humanity studies at the “Collège St. Vincent”, in the small town of Soignies, in the French part of Belgium.  I was invited to accompany my good friend André … Continue reading

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Howard & Nancy Kleinberg: Testimonies of Survivors

By Noah Botman. On Sunday February 10, 2013, in preparation for “The March of the Living”, scheduled to take place early April, a few Jewish students – including our son, Noah – interviewed Holocaust survivors, Nancy and Howard Kleinberg. We … Continue reading

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My take on the Canon EOS 6D

I usually don’t discuss technical photographic issues on my blog, but since I received a few inquiries about my equipment, I have decided to make a quick entry – particularly on the recent addition of a Canon EOS 6D to … Continue reading

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Happy Happy …

Nous avons passé les fêtes en famille à Fort Lauderdale. Pour le réveillon de nouvel an, nous avons fait un petit feu d’artifice dans le jardin de la maison de Rica et Aron.  C’est devenu une tradition familiale.  Ces dix … Continue reading

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Coureur de bois

. . . . . . . On January 28, 2010, I was invited to take the Oath of Citizenship in front of Judge Gill in Toronto. Lindy and Noah took the morning off in order to be present. It … Continue reading

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Michel’s few words at Noah’s Bar Mitzvah

Before I start my speech, let me start by telling you what I am not going to say today.

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