Thursday December 30, 2010
Thelma Golden: How art gives shape to cultural change
Opening minds and showcasing new voices -- it's all part of the job description for Studio Museum in Harlem executive director Thelma Golden.
Culling an interest in art history from a childhood board game, Thelma Golden knew her dream job even before she knew what to call it.
New service for Milton GO Bus passengers
WATERLOO - Starting January 1, 2011, GO Transit will be making changes to some bus schedules in the Milton corridor. These changes will accommodate demand and better reflect actual travel times.
TIM HORTONS CEO SPREADS HOLIDAY CHEER IN KANDAHAR WITH FREE COFFEE AND TIM CARDS FOR SOLDIERS
OAKVILLE - Brave and selfless Canadians fighting the war in Afghanistan, received a personal thank you from the President and CEO of Tim Hortons Don Schroeder this Christmas, when he travelled to the Kandahar army base over the Holidays. Schroeder was part of the Team Canada Christmas Day Tour of Canadian military bases in Kandahar, Afghanistan led by Defence Minister Peter MacKay.
Foodfest International 2000 Inc. Closes Merger Agreement
VAUGHAN - Foodfest International 2000 Inc. completed the acquisition of all of the issued and outstanding shares of Foodfest International 2000, Inc., a private company incorporated under the laws of Ontario, Canada on December 20, 2010.
OMBUDSMAN FOR BANKING SERVICES AND INVESTMENTS ISSUES TOP TEN NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTIONS FOR FINANCIAL CONSUMERS
Tips for being safe financial consumers will help promote a prosperous and secure 2011
TORONTO - Canada's Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments released its Top Ten Resolutions for 2011, highlighting the ways in which Canadians can help avoid future problems with their financial affairs.
Get a Job - Report on Business magazine reveals how to hitch a ride with eight companies that are going places
TORONTO - If your New Year's resolution is to get a job, you need to start polishing up your resumé. If your New Year's resolution is to get a job with the most creative, classiest, friendliest, best-paying employers in Canada, you need to read the January issue of Report on Business magazine, available Friday, December 31.
Canadian Forest Industry Prepares For New Opportunities; Celebrates International Year of Forests
OTTAWA - Recognized globally for its unmatched environmental leadership, Canada's forest products industry is entering the International Year of Forests with a return to profitability and a growing demand for its lumber, pulp and specialized papers produced from well-managed forests.