If construction cranes are a sign of an expanding city and a healthy economy, then Fred Morley welcomes the presence of the looming giants in his city.
If construction cranes are a sign of an expanding city and a healthy economy, then Fred Morley welcomes the presence of the looming giants in his city. "Over the last year or so we've probably had five or six construction cranes in the downtown at any [more…]
Jim Spatz was keen to put his own mark on his father's company.   It was 1988 and after 13 successful, satisfying years as a doctor, including a stint as the acting chief of the emergency department at a large Montreal hospital [more…]
Jim Spatz was keen to put his own mark on his father's company. It was 1988 and after 13 successful, satisfying years as a doctor, including a stint as the acting chief of the emergency department at a large Montreal hospital [more…]
The sea oh the sea, the wonderful sea, Long may she roam between Nations and me. Everyone here should get down on one knee And thank God we're surrounded by water. That's one version of the chorus from Tom Cahill's 1950s song,
The sea oh the sea, the wonderful sea, Long may she roam between Nations and me. Everyone here should get down on one knee And thank God we're surrounded by water. That's one version of the chorus from Tom Cahill's 1950s song, "Thank God We're [more…]

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