Month: November 2020

My brother, Marc-Emile, sparkled brilliantly. At sixteen years old, he could expound on physics or Plato, calculus, or car mechanics, Stravinsky or Steppenwolf. At seventeen, he began reading the Great Books series, starting with Homer and Aeschylus and moving forward through the Greeks. I don’t know how many of those Great Books he read. He didn’t have that long.
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With the U.S. Election Day (November 3) nearly upon us, most employers are anticipating disruption to their workforce cultures both before and after the election, according to the latest data from the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp).   Of the 114 larger organizations polled (those with workforces of >1,000), nearly half (48%) reported that they
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Ever since COVID-19 disrupted our lives and made everyday leisure activities almost impossible, it’s been tough to unwind, especially with a larger group of friends and family. It appears there’s now another option for those feeling cooped up. On Friday, Cineplex announced “Private Movie Nights” — a new private screening offering that provides Canadians across
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A B.C. woman says it’s buyer beware when purchasing from third-party sellers on Amazon after a $30 purchase ended up costing her hundreds of dollars. “I trusted Amazon that they would back their products, but now I’m cautious with what I buy online,” Jennifer Mannella told Global News, Wednesday. The Vancouver woman’s online nightmare began
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