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Sharing the Globe 2016 experience with my client, London Drugs, made it clear that one of the conference's most persistent values is that of community. That, and cool electric car test drives...
Where did the Great Bear Rainforest get its name? And Is it wrong that it takes a catchy moniker to galvanize people into action? Are we so shallow that we can't look past the surface and make rational decisions based on the bear facts?
The real challenge of electric vehicle adoption may have less to do with technology than it has to do with brands.
But when making a new video for The Silent Gardener, Unicycle Creative decided to get under peoples’ skin a bit.
According to a study by the Conference Board of Canada, consumers are starting to demand more local choices on their plates. Maybe that’s part of the reason chef Randy Jones’ Mile One Eating House, in Pemberton BC, has taken off. From local grass-fed beef burgers to Pemberton potato fries on ...