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The steady stream of bad news from Alberta’s oilpatch is a potent reminder of the boom-and-bust nature of being a resource-commodity exporter. It’s a story deeply understood in resource communities, as decisions made halfway around the world dictate whether you will have a job tomorrow. 621 more words
A decade of research shows Winnipeg’s inner city is slowly changing for the better – but more needs to be done, and it’s not just about the money. 294 more words
Winnipeg, MB – Dec 8, 2014
Report launch: Moving to the City: Housing and Aboriginal Migration to Winnipeg
Tuesday December 9
11:30 am refreshments
12:00 pm report launch… 324 more words
Where will the cash come from to service the new +$9-billion debt in the Burger King/3G Capital takeover of Tim Hortons?
Other than reduced Tim Hortons franchisees’ gross margins?
The promises extracted from a franchisees’ perspective are noted in today’s Toronto Star article, Federal government approves Tim Hortons take-over… 120 more words