It’s 4 a.m. and Trevor Dubois strums his guitar in the basement he rents at a home in Toronto’s Annex neighbourhood. It’s pin-drop silent outside as a cool mist settles on the city. A passionate artist, Dubois pays his rent by covering other artists at gigs at local bars and restaurants.
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