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Lessons Learned in the Air

August 1, 2014 - Stephanie Staples

I was lucky enough to be traveling on a flight and my unassuming seat mate was off-duty Westjet Captain Rhea MacKay. Striking up a casual conversation led to an incredible chain of events that you can hear about on the weekly Your Life, Unlimited podcast (courtesy of CJOB r…

Insight: Objectivity or the Information Bubble

August 1, 2014 - Randall Craig

In the 1930s, there were two primary news sources:  radio and the newspaper.  They sent their correspondents around the world to gather news.  These journalists would see and hear, verify and corroborate, investigate, and then expertly and objectively file their reports.

Try the Borscht.

August 1, 2014 - Stephanie Staples

Case one – I had my first bowl of borscht soup this week and it was good.  My whole life I refused to taste Borsch  solely on the basis that I thought I wouldn’t like it. I have no idea why I thought that – I just did, but I was wrong, it tasted great. Case t…
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