When I was in High School, The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder was required reading. The narrative, set in 1714 Peru, is about the collapse of an Inca rope-fibre suspension bridge that led to the death of five unrelated people. A friar, who witnessed the tragedy, learns about the victims hoping to […]
Baby Boomers – we’re in the news again and causing a great deal of commotion, as usual! Tuesday, May 29th, the Canadian government will release the next set of data from the 2011 census. Business leaders, analysts and policymakers will scour the figures for clues as to how the world will look like in the […]
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