King of the Shiners: Confederation

Two articles I read this morning that suggest, to me, that the end is nigh: Paul Wells on Stephen Harper’s not-so-hidden agendaWilliam Johnson on radicalism in Quebec The two points are obviously related. Harper is dismantling the nation-building (or sustaining) parts of government and the PQ will be happy to

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King of the Shiners: Confederation

Two articles I read this morning that suggest, to me, that the end is nigh: Paul Wells on Stephen Harper’s not-so-hidden agendaWilliam Johnson on radicalism in Quebec The two points are obviously related. Harper is dismantling the nation-building (or sustaining) parts of government and the PQ will be happy to

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Carbon49 - a blog on sustainability for Canadian businesses: Unilever’s Triple Win Sustainability Strategy

Unilever is the top Food & Beverage company on the Dow Jones Sustainability Index. Through Bullfrog Power, Unilever recently became the largest commercial purchaser of renewable energy in Canada at 59,000 MWh per year. What is Unilever’s sustainability strategy and why do they do it? To find out, I took a tour of their Brampton plant and talked to John Coyne, Vice President and General Counsel of Unilever Canada.

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The New Corporate World Order

“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.” Einstein Robert Scheer’s column over at truthdig.com is well worth a read.What he has to say is every bit as relevant to Canada as the US, for we have been trav…

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