Tag Archives: Canada

Keeping the “magic” alive . . . In the circus and business

Time is a circus, always packing up and moving away. ~Ben Hecht I can still recall nearly 12 years ago watching the Cirque du Soliel performance of Alegria in the Royal Albert Hall in London with my young daughter and … Continue reading

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The DEW Line and A Business Early Warning System

The Distant Early Warning Line, also known as the DEW Line or Early Warning Line, was a system of radar stations established by the US and Canadian governments across the Canadian Arctic region in 1957 to detect incoming Soviet bombers during the Cold … Continue reading

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Why I No Longer Eat Farmed Salmon . . . Part 2

Earlier in the year I wrote a blog about the negative aspects of raising farmed salmon on the marine ecosystem (Why I No Longer Eat Farmed Salmon). My main concern at the time, with the information I had, was that … Continue reading

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