Fear, Greed and Silver Linings

It is a tradition on the New York Stock Exchange to invite someone, normally the owners of a newly listed ...
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Mighty Mouse

The black and white television that sat in our living room when I was a child has provided me with ...
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Spending like there is no tomorrow?

An ad for a home computer system caught my attention recently, offering for less than $1,000 a unit that integrated ...
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The Survey Says…

The Social Investment Organization has just published their third comprehensive survey of the socially responsible investment climate in Canada. The ...
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Forest takeover

A significant swath of BC coastal forest changed hands recently when Weyerhaeuser (WY-N) sold 635,000 acres of high quality private ...
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Get Smart!

I was amused in the run up to last month’s US presidential election to read that Americans with any kind ...
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Finding Peace

I had a deeply moving experience last week that struck without warning and in the most unlikely of circumstances. I ...
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Cheap gas and an update on Sentry Select

I had a rather heated discussion with my neighbour the other day. He was complaining about the cost of filling ...
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Dirty laundry and the Global Reporting Initiative

Anyone who so chooses can get a real good look inside the corporate ‘laundry room’ these days. Just about every ...
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CPP Investment Board comes under fire

The current Canadian government and it’s representatives have made it clear that when it comes to searching for the highest ...
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More on LED opportunities

I know you’ve seen them somewhere because this technology has been emerging around us for about 40 years now. You ...
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Charitable giving

What definitely turns me on most about this time of year is the spirit of giving that infuses the community ...
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