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Taking “Dealing Under The Table” To A Whole New Level | Grant G.

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It was just two weeks ago when I first heard about the release of the Panama Papers, millions of secret files identifying financial transactions from a law firm from, you guessed it, Panama. With the investigation initiated by an international coalition of media outlets, significant portions of the data have

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The Americanization of Canadian Icons | Katie MacLean

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It would seem that Americanization is slowly overtaking the world. McDonald’s operates over 33 000 locations in 119 countries, Walmart owns 11 000 stores in 27 countries, Starbucks is on seemingly every corner, and now it would seem our friends south of the border are taking a bite out of

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Is a Higher Education Still Affordable? | Katie MacLean

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There’s an old cliché that everything was harder back in our parents’ day. Past generations didn’t have the luxury of the fancy gadgets and the allegedly posh life style first world students now find themselves blessed with. They had to work with back breaking diligence to get where they are

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The Consumer That Would Be King | Jacob R. Kenney

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It is a peculiar thing to imagine the power one wields with the small package of folded bills in their pocket. In some ways they are the binds which keep us chained to the world of endless shopping malls and perpetual advertisements, yet at the same time it secures for

From Mob Psychology to Mall Psychology — Jacob R. Kenney

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Only in America would people trample each other in a desperate play to get more stuff only a day after supposedly being thankful for all that they already have. Of course, we Northerners hardly have anything to be proud of as we are taking a page from Stephen Harper’s book

The View From the Factory Floor — Jacob R. Kenney

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It is an almost inescapable fact of history that those societies and collectives which governed themselves primarily from the top down inevitably fell to the march of time. When those poor souls at the bottom have nothing invested in the exploits of the top, they do very little to save

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