Archive : May 2016

Tall poppy syndrome grows in Canada

Until recently, I’d never heard of “tall poppy syndrome.” Nor had I ever heard anyone called a “top poppy.” But, suddenly, both these flowery phrases have sprung up in Canadian English in regard to Sophie Gré...

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Manitoba’s stable and diversified economy

During what some may say was the most successful Winnipeg Real Estate Forum ever held — a record 650 people were in attendance, many of whom were from out-of-town — Winnipeg received plenty of notice for good reason.

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New dire climate change model

Research by Canadian scientists recently published in Nature Climate Change reveals a world climate in the future that rivals the climate of 56 to 52 million years ago during the Eocene Era.

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