Now that Cuba and the United States are engaged in talks aimed at normalizing relations, what changes are in store for the socialist experience there? In particular, how will possible changes affect Cuba’s children?
As you’ve no doubt noticed, your trips to the gas station have been a lot more pleasant these past several months. There’s not much doubt that lower oil prices have been welcome to you as a driver. But when oil is less expensive, is that good for you as an investor?
“Shining a light on what lies beneath the surface of things, plumbing the depths of our shared human experience in search of insight and understanding and smashing our assumptions and preconceptions … these are key themes that unite our main stage productions, allowing us to spotlight brilliant local and Canadian […]
“It’s the end of the masquerade.”
Why does it matter what mother tongue she was educated in?
Alzheimer Groupe presents the Vintage Recall fundraiser, with over 4,000 items or vintage and designer clothing for sale. All proceeds to benefit Alzheimer’s support and care. Vente Privée Cocktail is on Wednesday at 5:30 Open to the Public with free admission Thursday and Friday 11 – 8pm and Sat 10 […]
As a parent moves into a world of dementia with increasing care needs, children will often react differently.
As a senior manager at the National Bank for some 20 years, risk assessment and management have been at the heart of Éric Girard’s work.