My 12-year-old dog has a less reliable bladder than when he was younger, so I thought I might put some newspaper down for him while I’m at work during the day. So, I bought a hard copy of the Saturday Globe and Mail, which I would normally read online or scan over coffee at Dark Horse.…Read more
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After three years of effort and investment by Centennial College, its bid to redevelop the former Guild Inn in Scarborough is likely at an end. In a meeting at City Hall, the Government Management Committee will probably recommend that the City pursue a diminished different development concept with a new set of proponents. Sadly, this…Read more
The business of cultural planning and policy makes you look at ordinary things in a peculiar way. I was reminded of this on my ride into the office today, and it made me give my head a shake. I was cutting through Grange Park, and as I entered the eastern gate I saw a group…Read more
Personal and professional lives can be difficult to separate in the consulting world, especially when you have clients who serve society in ways we all care about. I know a consultant in New York who is working for a multinational consulting firm on ways to improve the efficiency of processing second mortgages for a US…Read more
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