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What’s New — Modular Hotels

With an assembly system vaguely resembling a game of Tetris, modular construction is anything but a puzzle to purveyors of the style. It’s a solution both builders and hoteliers recognize as faster, cheaper, even greener than traditional construction methods. Designed … Continue reading

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What’s New — The Rumie Initiative

“Everyone has been made for some particular work, and the desire for that work has been put in every heart.” So said 13th–century theologian and poet Jalal al–Din Mohammad Rumi, for whom Tariq Fancy named his Toronto–based non–profit organization The … Continue reading

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What’s New — Navigating Marijuana Licensing

Canada’s proposed new licensing regime for recreational marijuana, unveiled in March following a 60-day public consultation, is oftentimes confusing and confounding. But if entrepreneurs can navigate the ever-shifting amendments and updates, as well as meet the various levels of regulation … Continue reading

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What’s New — Select-Service Hotels

Select-service hotels, with an inference that signals “no-frills”, appeal to the cash-conscious traveler, of course,  but also to one who appreciates a bit of quality. These types of properties are also coveted by developers, builders and operators because they’re quicker … Continue reading

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What’s New — Mandy Gill

After a series of unfortunate events during her childhood, and a teenage bout with anorexia that left her at a dangerously low weight of 80 pounds, Mandy Gill turned adversity into positivity. The Vancouverite is now an internationally recognized nutrition … Continue reading

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What’s New — Truvelle’s Gaby Bayona

As a seamstress’s daughter, Gaby Bayona grew up surrounded by threads, fabric, buttons and zippers. It seemed only natural that she would pattern her own career after her mother’s, but a different type of measurement fascinated Bayona: numbers. In school … Continue reading

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What’s New — Market Collective’s Angel Guerra

Nearly 10 years ago, Angela Dione and Angel Guerra envisioned a locally engaged marketplace that would support and promote Calgary’s creative community. Today, their brainchild Market Collective works with thousands of the city’s entrepreneurial artists, designers and musicians to showcase … Continue reading

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