Wednesday Night #1420
May 20, 2009, No Comments

Kimon Valaskakis’ efforts towards the reality of global government are moving forward, not only with progress in e ...

Airport and Toronto train links again under study
May 19, 2009, No Comments

Update as the talk continues Michel Kelly-Gagnon: CN route best for region, business The Gazette recently endorsed the c ...

Wednesday Night #1419
May 13, 2009, No Comments

T H E   R E P O R T (photos and videos) It was an evening rich in market and economic matters, enlivened by assorted lu ...

Wednesday Night #1418
May 6, 2009, No Comments

The market and the economy The TSX has broken through the ten thousand barrier first achieved in 2000 and there is some ...

Wednesday Night #1416
April 22, 2009, No Comments

An unexpected visit from Maureen Farrow stimulated a lively exchange about the role of banks and financial institutions ...

Wednesday Night #1415
April 14, 2009, No Comments

Markets, the economy and banks Hypotheses abound explaining the cause, effect and future of stock market indices, hence ...

Wednesday Night #1414
April 8, 2009, No Comments

T H E  R E P O R T John Mavridis introduced his friend Jean  Lalonde, CEO of Pleio Health Support Systems, Inc.—whic ...

The greening of Canada
April 8, 2009, No Comments

More on Tar Sands Although principally addressed to the UK, George Monbiot’s  Why are plastic bags treated as the ...

Wednesday Night #1412
March 25, 2009, No Comments

T H E  R E P O R T A forecast is not pretense at clairvoyance.  It is risk identification. If you add reasonably accur ...

Wednesday Night #1411
March 18, 2009, No Comments

A last-minute (but worthy) update from our friend Jim Heffernan, who occasionally blogs on the HuffPost. “Since I ...