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Focusing Fuel

Writing takes focus, mental and physical stamina, and will power. Research shows that the food has an enormous impact on our focus and follow through when working on projects demanding concentration and discipline. 537 more words

Why Canada Should Move the UN into the Limelight

This article was written by Colin Robertson, a former Canadian diplomat. It originally appeared in the Globe and Mail on July 7, 2015. 

The anniversary of the United Nations Charter, signed in San Francisco 70 years ago, passed unremarked by the Harper government. 722 more words

Regency Personalities Series-Colin Robertson

Regency Personalities Series
In my attempts to provide us with the details of the Regency, today I continue with one of the many period notables. … 358 more words


5th Visit to The Edinburgh Art Fair!

Welcome back to Hanover Fine Arts’ extension to its website (www.hanoverfinearts.co.uk) :- a place where all the latest news of art fairs, future exhibitions, information on artists taking part, plus most of the images with captions for the forthcoming shows will be posted for browsing through. 318 more words


Transcript Episode 33 April 20


Episode 33, Season 3

Sunday, April 20, 2014

Host: Tom Clark

Guests: James Bezan, Lewis MacKenzie, Colin Robertson, Mark Kennedy, Laura Stone… 4,679 more words


Canada should focus on next U.S. administration for Keystone: former diplomat

After the United States, yet again, pressed the pause button on rendering a decision on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline, the time has come for Canada to start focusing its efforts on the people who might form the next administration, said Colin Robertson, a former Canadian diplomat. 486 more words


Buffalo Business First Focuses on Response to Canadian Consulate Closing; Time to Embrace "Digital-Age Diplomacy"?

Buffalo Business First offers an article highlighting the value of American-based Canadian consulates, and how economic organizations have stepped in fill the void left by the Buffalo consulate’s closing. 53 more words