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My favourite opening sentence

A novel’s first sentence should indeed be an opening line, a doorway into the rest of the book.  Ideally it should be such an inviting portal that the reader can barely resist entering, which means it’s a tricky task for most authors.   109 more words

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Corbella: New premier must block sale of AltaLink

Who knew that the Alberta Utilities Commission website could make for such interesting reading?

Alberta’s independent utilities regulator is reviewing SNC-Lavalin’s proposed $3.2-billion sale of its transmission line operator AltaLink to Berkshire Hathaway Energy, owned by investment guru and uber billionaire Warren Buffett. 772 more words


The Original 13th Amendment (in Brief)

The original 13th Amendment was secretly removed during the US Civil War. The original 13th Amendment was discovered in 1983 by David Dodge and Tom Dunn in a Belfast Library on the coast of Maine.   56 more words


Solitary Pursuits

There is a place where we can all go that allows for the silencing of the noise of ordinary life. A place where we each find a solitary pursuit of a moment; a goal, a dream fulfilled. 337 more words


Dodge advises governments to invest

OTTAWA – Former Bank of Canada governor David Dodge is taking issue with the notion that balancing government budgets as quickly as possible is the key to a strong economy, or that it is a wise policy at the moment. 691 more words


Brief videos by @AZCLE offer quick lawyer learning

The June issue of Arizona Attorney Magazine features the launch of an intriguing monthly collaboration—which offers more ways for attorneys to gain some useful legal knowledge. 188 more words

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