Ted-Jan Bloemen Speed Skating

Canadian Pyeongchang Olympic Overview: Week 1

Since the 2018 winter Olympics began on February 9th 2018, Canada has the third highest medal count. With 13 medals, Canadian athletes trail Norway’s 17 medals and Germany’s 15 medals. Canada has skated, skied, luged, snowboarded, and curled themselves into the third highest medal ranking with 4 gold, 5 silver, … Read More


“Trump Slump” Forces US Gun Maker Remington To File Chapter 11

Remington Outdoor Co. plans on filing for bankruptcy. One of the largest makers of firearms in the United States, the company’s move is intended to lessen its debt and revive its business. “Since its founding over 200 years ago, Remington has been a uniquely American company and brand,” Executive Chairman … Read More


Men Are No Longer Comfortable Mentoring Women After #MeToo

Mentoring is important because it enables experienced professionals to share their wisdom and knowledge with their colleagues. Their advice and support are essential for development in the workplace. Unfortunately, men are now shying away from mentoring women following the #MeToo movement. After the New York Times published its investigation into … Read More

Like The Penny, The Nickel Could Be Phased Out Soon

In the States, the penny is still alive and well. But in Canada, we’ve said goodbye to the smallest form of currency. And the nickel could be up next. Economists claim that the coin will lose its usefulness due to maintenance costs and its low purchasing power. The penny disappeared … Read More

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