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Parting Ways

By Angela Todd Unfortunately, divorce is a fact of life. There is a strong emotional element that often surpasses the attention given to the monetary or tax side of things. The reality is that...

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Championship Parade, Fred Van Vleet and The Democratization of Information and Technology

June 17, 2019 - By Mike Bossy I drove down to the Big Smoke today in anticipation of tomorrow’s Strategic Coach session with Dan Sullivan. Two events occurred at the same time. First, there was...

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The Pursuit of Perfection

By Emy Brubacher Perfectionism is the continual pursuit of a specific standard. But whose measuring stick are you using? What is perfect for you, may not be perfect for me. While it is noble to want...

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Ignoring Difficult Situations Will NOT Make Them Go Away

By Emy Brubacher Dealing with difficult situations (or people) is just that, difficult. It is tempting to take the easy route, and just pretend the issue doesn’t exist. Head in the sand. Can’t see...

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Kolbe and Team Building

By Mike Bossy - April 3, 2019 I recently blogged about a book written by Jay Triano, the first Canadian head coach in the NBA. The book is called “Open Look: Canadian Basketball and Me.” It was a...

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News

New Canadian Agricultural Partnership

Cost Share Funding for Agri-Food Producers and Processors

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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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