Low wage workers get thrown under the Liberal political bus

May 30, 2017 marks the day that the Ontario Liberals “jumped the political shark” in a contrived attempt to gain some traction with Ontario voters after years of governance that has left Ontario facing a critical shortage of hospital beds — the province has just 2.3 beds per 1000 people, … Read More

Porsche wants to teach Canadians to be safer drivers

Driving a 2017 Porsche 911 Carrera S around a race track, watching the G-Force meter on the dash tick-up when braking hard at the end of a straight-away, and seeing the same meter rise again as one steps hard on the accelerator to push the rear-wheel drive Carrera out of … Read More

Social media may be too real for your own career’s good

What does your social media use say about you? In many ways, what one posts to social media can reveal more than you want — about you and potentially your employer. No doubt, what one writes on Facebook and posts to Instagram points to what you think matters, what you … Read More

Stinky car? Forget the pine tree air-freshener

Canadians typically spend one hour a day commuting to work. And Americans spend even more time, enduring an hour-and-a-half a day on the road to and from the office. Spending so much time in a car, with kids coming in and out in the evening and on weekends, dropping Cheerios … Read More

Is the fidget toy the cure for addictive distractions?

“Keep still and listen,” this was the common phrase aimed at fidgety kids years ago. In the smart phone age, however, fidgeting is pretty much epidemic, and not just in classrooms. It seems fewer and fewer people can keep still and listen these days. In business meetings, boredom, anxiety and disinterest … Read More

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