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Highway One Problems & Solutions

Summer is time for road-trips and camping, Albertan’s spilling into BC to enjoy the Province’s natural beauty, families travelling to visit relatives, beach vacations – and unfortunately for many of these trips, the Trans-Canada Highway is a necessary part of the route. On twitter, I have several searches that I check before I head out […]

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Foreclosure [infographic]

Foreclosure is seen as a last resort for many, perhaps a reminder of mistakes made in investing or how the bank that you’ve given countless fees to over the years, let you down, lending you money for a home they should have known was risky. The infographic below tries to cut through the emotions and […]

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Disaster and Emergency Preparedness Economics

In recent months we have seen emergencies and natural disasters strike communities around the world. Every emergency unfolds differently, but in cities, industrial or agricultural areas, there are always social and economic impacts from theĀ situation. One of the more contentious questions that follows a disaster is simply, “What could have been done differently to prepare […]

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Nuclear Risk

One disaster after another. It seems that there are few countries that have come through the past couple of years without wearing some damage from disasters economic or natural. Once again, the Ring of Fire has awoken and claimed thousands of lives. Japan has been considered one of the best prepared countries for a natural […]

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