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Listening to the 6 o’clock news on C.B.C. the other day I was piqued at the statements coming from the mouth of an executive of the Sierra Club of Canada. He knows, in that all knowing tone, that the vast majority of Canadians are in favour of cleaning up the environment, and saving our planet Continue Reading

Winning is all that counts

Principles are often overlooked in striving for success. It never ceases to amaze me how the need to be successful is more important than the need to be ethical, even if your actions directly contradict the ethics of your cause. This is true whether you are describing an individual, a corporation, a religion or a Continue Reading