The environmental impact of hockey will most likely not be on the minds of passionate fans when they attend a game, but the National Hockey League’s first ever sustainability report may change that.

Wednesday, 16 July 2014 15:03

Good intentions (maybe), but questionable outcomes

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I’ve often wondered why our grand, top end leaders of most organizations disappear for their weekends off when weekends are likely to be the most important part of what they are about.

Wednesday, 02 July 2014 14:33

The urban/rural divide is no myth

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The sound of Darlene Dunlop’s voice over the phone sounded all too familiar on June 26.

Wednesday, 25 June 2014 15:53

New lessons learned

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Privatization isn’t always the easiest route. That may be a lesson the Alberta government has had to learn the hard way as it attempts to catch up on an infrastructure deficit.

Some of my best memories about living in Toronto involves the countless hours exploring the many ravines in Canada’s largest city.

On May 29, the Wildrose Party made a major announcement that they are going to be making a bunch of major announcements.

Speculation went on for weeks that Jim Prentice would throw his hat into the ring to lead the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party.

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