One more really good reason Ontario’s legal pot regime needs storefront dispensaries. Eden non-profit society’s opioid substitution program aims to show how street-level dispensaries can be useful in the fight against overdose crisis.
It’s hard to believe, but humankind didn’t always have supermarkets. In fact, we used to go out into the wild and search for our food. Going into the wilderness to forage for ingredients is back and gaining momentum. This article appeared in the July/Aug 2017 print issue, food trends section.
Canada celebrated being 150 this year which only added to the celebrations of the Mariposa Folk Festival going long and strong for decades.
“We know that adding modern day systems like solar power and other tools can save greatly on energy bills, but does installing these systems add value to the home?” This article interviews Michael Garrity, CEO of Financeit, to learn more.
Canada’s Start-up Visa program is attracting entrepreneurs from around the world. Read an in-depth account in this 3 page article I wrote for the May 2017 issue of Business Voice, Halifax’s Business Magazine.
The real estate market is always something to talk about; this article proves no exception. Printed in the May 2017 edition, this piece interviews Paul Taylor, president of Mortgage Professionals Canada.
Read the article to learn insight from Paul Taylor. (PDF from print)
There are food trends of all kinds. I learned swarms of edible insects are heading to Canadian grocery shelves and wrote all about it in this piece for the March 2017 edition of Food In Canada Magazine.
NOW Magazine published my article discussing the immense growth of Canada’s canabis industry in their Febrary 2017 issue.
I like to think of myself as adventurous, but after researching and writing this piece for the February 2017 issue of Pique News on Mount Everest, I decided to just stick to writing about it for now.