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Monday May 17, 2010

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Julia Sweeney has "The Talk"

Despite her best efforts, comedian Julia Sweeney is forced to tell a little white lie when her 8-year-old begins learning about frog reproduction -- and starts to ask some very smart questions.

Guest Column

"Hope" Is Not a Strategy - Trigger Points Provide the Key to Changing Your Company's Performance Levels
By Lee Froschheiser

There's nothing wrong with having "hope," but clearly "hope" is not a business strategy, a fact that's become very evident in recent history, given these tough economic times. Nationwide, company owners who've casually relied upon "hope" as a viable way to manage or turn around business have suffered serious professional consequences. Some have faced cutbacks in terms of services, products and staff; others have closed their doors for good.

Health Care

ER Nurses Improving Access to Care in Waterloo Region

The Ontario Government is Reducing Time Paramedics Spend In Hospitals

Waterloo - Ontario is hiring more nurses in Waterloo Region who are dedicated to assisting patients who arrive in emergency rooms (ERs) by ambulance.


Successful testing of HD IP broadcast over ORION

Showcased to broadcast industry in Las Vegas

Toronto - Ryerson University has successfully completed testing of high definition IP video technology over ORION that broadcasters, such as TVO and TFO, could use to stream high definition live interview video content from remote sites to production studios over IP networks, instead of satellites.

Guest Column

Boost Sales Right Now- Focus on the 5 P’s
By George Dans

As a business owner, have you ever just want to get the broom out and sweep out your entire team because they won't do what you want them to do? You often wonder why your team won't perform or execute what you want them to do. Have you ever worked for a company that couldn't get their arms around their sales team?


Peter Brown, Founder of Canaccord Financial, Named Chairman of Fraser Institute Board of Trustees

VANCOUVER - Peter Brown, founder and chairman of Canaccord Financial Inc., was appointed chairman of the Fraser Institute's board of trustees at the public policy think-tank's recent annual general meeting.

Guest Column

Lead and Motivate - Not Just Your Team, But Yourself Too
By Joelle Jay, Ph.D.

As a business leader, you know one of your key tasks is to keep your team motivated. To do so, you need to constantly remind your people of the company's vision, hold them accountable to targets and goals, mentor them, and support them in their work. But how does the one who motivates others every day stay motivated as well?


Laurier students take top honours at international business conference Communications, Public Affairs and Marketing

WATERLOO – Laurier business students Daniel Figueroa and Anisha Moti each claimed first place in their respective categories at the recent DECA International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Kentucky.


UCMAS Mental MathTM Wins Franchising Award

MISSISSAUGA - UCMAS Canada Inc. won the Silver Award of Excellence in Franchising, awarded by the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) in recognition of excellence in franchise operations and franchise network. The Award was presented to UCMAS Canada Inc. at the 19th Annual CFA National Convention on May 3, 2010 during the gala presentation in Mont Tremblant, Quebec.


CAW Demands End to Two-month Labour Dispute: Rally Tuesday, May 18

TORONTO - Hundreds of CAW members from across the Greater Toronto Area will rally in support of striking St. Marys Cement workers on Tuesday, May 18 in Bowmanville, Ontario.


Winners and runners-up for 2009 National Newspaper Awards

TORONTO - The Globe and Mail and Toronto Star combined to win 13 of the 22 categories at the 61st National Newspaper Awards ceremony held in Toronto on May 14.



Agencies Reserve Authority to Stop the Use of the Dispersant At Any Time

ROBERT, LA - The U.S. Coast Guard and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced they have authorized BP to use dispersants underwater, at the source of the Deepwater Horizon leak. Oil spill dispersants are chemicals that attempt to break down the oil into small drops and prevent it from reaching the surface or the U.S. shoreline. Dispersants are generally less harmful than the highly toxic oil leaking from the source and they biodegrade in a much shorter time span.

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