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Ted Talks - Leadership

John Wooden: The difference between winning and succeeding

With profound simplicity, Coach John Wooden redefines success and urges us all to pursue the best in ourselves. In this inspiring talk he shares the advice he gave his players at UCLA, quotes poetry and remembers his father's wisdom.

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Recognition

GVCA Hall of Fame Inductee

Waterloo Region - The Grand Valley Construction Association is thrilled to announce that Don Gosen, president of Gosen Electric, has been unanimously inducted into the GVCA Hall of Fame by the GVCA Board. Don, former chair of GVCA, is a tireless supporter, advocate and promoter of his industry and has created positive and innovative change in the construction industry.

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Recognition

Green Building Pioneer Stephen Carpenter Wins Order of Canada

Conestogo - Green building pioneer Stephen Carpenter was named a Member of the Order of Canada on December 30, 2013. Mr. Carpenter, P.Eng, was recognized for “for his visionary leadership in the development and stewardship of Canada’s green building industry.”

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Return on CEO

Canada's CEOs ring in New Year with a bang

OTTAWA - Just after lunch on the first official work day of the year, Canada's highest paid CEOs pocket what would take most Canadians all of 2014 to earn, says the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives' (CCPA) annual CEO pay review.


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New Years Plunge - Video

Hundreds Mark 2014 with a Polar Plunge into Lake Ontario

OAKVILLE - On New Year's Day more than 700 enthusiastic dippers dared to dip into the lake at Coronation Park in Oakville in what was the coldest dip in the past five years.

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Media

Rogers Annouces Five New Shows for Waterloo Region

WATERLOO REGION - Rogers TV ushers in the New Year with an exciting JaNEWary line-up offering Rogers’ cable customers five new local series, all produced by members of the community.  The new shows are tailored to a variety of interests from the issues of local Muslim women, one-on-one interviews with dynamic youth and members of the local arts scene, to fresh new ideas for your lunch box. The Youth Effect, Studio 20, Lunch Box Kitchen, Islam By Women for Women, and a second season of Authentik You, make their debut the week beginning Sunday, January 5 on Rogers TV, available only on Rogers Cable 20. 

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