That's the kind of stuff I watch — a lot of documentaries and things like that. What is your greatest fear? I suppose climate change is my greatest fear. It should be everyone's greatest fear, shouldn't it? How would you describe your personal fashion statement? I'm tidy.
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I wear a lot of Boss dresses, and it's not very fussy. I don't put a lot of time into it. I have a lot of dresses. I just put one on and I put on a blazer, add some shoes and I leave and go do my job. What is your most treasured possession?
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My grandmother's house in Savage Cove is pretty special to me. I inherited it. My aunts and uncles and father gave it to me. My dad and I restored it, which was a real large project for a father and daughter, because we have very different ideas about how the house should be restored. So we basically stripped it down to its studs and built it back up again, because it's an old house. It's a pre-Confederation house, so it needed new everything.
You can't get insurance for these kinds of houses unless they're redone. What physical or personality trait are you most grateful to a parent for? I'm very empathetic. I think that is the quality in me that informs everything that I do. All the writing and the personal choices. I constantly think about how other people will feel. My mother is a nurse, so I think this is something that's very integral to her being able to do her job well.
Which three people would join you for your dream dinner party? I wouldn't mind having dinner with the premier right now. You can write Dwight Ball on it. I have some things I wouldn't mind discussing with him. And there's a philosopher that I would quite like him to meet. And Canadian social activist and writer Naomi Klein.
What is your worst quality? I have been known to lose my temper. What's your biggest regret? I try, honestly, not to spend time with regret, because I think regret is like shame and guilt. I put those three into this trifecta of damaging emotions. They hinder progress. I understand that I make mistakes. Making mistakes is human, and then I try to make reparations and then move forward without making the same ones in the future.
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