Toast, Waffles and Value Adds

Toast, no matter how dressed up, is still toast. Is your team making toast? Or are you going to whip up some waffles?

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COVID, CANEI and Opportunities

Through this crisis, our team realized that "just average" work was not enough. We had to do better.

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Lot’s Wife, Looking back and WWII

“What are we going to say or think once the lockdown is over and this pandemic is subdued? Frequently, but not always, we have tendency to “look back” and, as we do so, it is often with rose-tinted glasses.” James Sales

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Space X, Star Tracker and Re-calibration

By Mike Bossy

Our lives are not going to be the same, the future we thought we had no longer exists. We need to re-calibrate.

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Call of the Wild, Jordan Peterson and Memories

Given the pandemic, I have had a little more time on my hands. The upside of this is I have been doing a lot of thinking. What is normal? Will we get back to normal? What will normal look like?

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Bill 148: Equal Pay for Equal Work

As of April 1, 2018 employers must pay part-time, casual and seasonal employees the same rate of pay as a full-time employee doing the same kind of work (and no, you cannot lower your full-time employee wage rates to match existing part-time or casual employee rates).

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Bill 203, Pay Transparency Act, 2018

The Government of Ontario has recently proposed a new legislation, Bill 203, Pay Transparency Act, 2018

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Staying Safe on the Farm

Written by: Cheryl DeCooman, CHRL and Danielle Pasztor, Farm Safety Specialist

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Greiden Farms cracks top 10 in Canada for well-managed dairies

As published in the St. Mary's Journal Argus, written by By Stew Slater Haanstra family has been inching their way up the DHI list since arriving from the Netherlands 25 years ago Number 9...

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