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Vale Wisteria....

It’s never good when things go BANG at 7.00 a.m. on a drizzly, humid Saturday morning in January.

Oh dear. Not good at all.  Down came the pergola on the back deck, weighed down no doubt by about fifteen years’ growth of wisteria.   231 more words

December 9, 2014

Denton’s Occupational Health and Safety group covers the Schmig decision of the Canadian Industrial Relations Board (CIRB) from earlier this spring. The CIRB dismissed a safety reprisal complaint brought by the self-represented Schmig after he missed a number of deadlines and failed to respond to the CIRB. 562 more words

Road to the Isles

A story of driving to the Isles.

Flying into Scotland, I liked the idea of riding the train. That is, until I saw ticket costs, and that the train could only take you as far Northwest as Kyle of Lochalsh or Mallaig. 822 more words


Dunscaith Castle

An often-forgotten MacLeod castle, Dunscaith is today a ruin on the Isle of Skye.

It is in Sleat, the traditional lands of MacDonald of Sleat. It was their main seat in the 1400s-1600s. 301 more words


Case Solution for The Pub: Survive, Thrive or Die?

Complete Case details are given below :

Case Name :      The Pub: Survive, Thrive or Die?

Authors :           Gina Grandy, Moritz P Gunther, Andrew Couturier, Ben Goldberg, Ian MacLeod, Trevor Steeves… 292 more words


November 11, 2014

An NDP private member’s bill to make Remembrance Day a national statutory holiday has gained the support of the PCs and is now in the hands of the Senate. 154 more words

Stopping to smell the roses

From my study window, I can see everyone who walks along our street .  The room has an L-shaped window, so I can watch walkers as they pass several houses either side of me.  87 more words

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