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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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What’s New — Subsidies Sweeten the Pot

It seems like just yesterday the daily news was dominated by the latest grow-up bust. Today, some governments are offering cannabis producers incentives to encourage them to put down roots in their province. In order to meet the recreational demand … Continue reading

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What’s New — Dan Dueck

When Dan Dueck was just two years old, his dad, who owned a construction company, began taking the toddler to job sites. From the age of 11, and all through his teens, Dueck worked those sites during summer breaks, hauling … Continue reading

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What’s New — Deidre Howard

Tailspin Dog Spa owner Deidre Howard has been grooming pooches professionally for more than 15 years. After graduating from Toronto’s Pampered Paws Grooming Academy in 1997, she moved to Vancouver, where she ran a succession of award-winning doggie salons for 12 … Continue reading

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What’s New — Check in With a Dinosaur

Artificial Intelligence continues to open more doors to more hotels, offering increased convenience for guests and efficiency for properties. With low-key offerings such as digital entry, at such hotels as Hilton and Marriott, to robotic concierges, as in Singapore’s M … Continue reading

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What’s New — Stephanie Ciccarelli

Singer, speaker, author and co-founder (with her husband David), of London, Ont.-based Voices.com – which connects voice talent with Fortune 500 companies such as Shopify, Hulu, Microsoft and the History Channel – Stephanie Ciccarelli is also an enthusiastic educator. She … Continue reading

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What’s New — Enjoin the Crowd

Now that seven provinces (B.C., Sask., Man., Ont., Que., N.S. and N.B.) have legalized crowdfunding – collecting small contributions from a large group of people, or, the crowd – Canadian entrepreneurs have amassed between $250 million and $300 million in … Continue reading

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