Their athletic prowess has been lauded for years, but Daniel and Henrik Sedin possess another set of skills that are equally as mesmerizing. For Carolyn Crippen, an associate prof of Leadership Studies at University of Victoria, Daniel and Henrik Sedin truly embody servant leadership. The Sedins’ leadership attributes are so compelling […]
James Alexander Michie is incorrectly portrayed by Stockwatch. This is based on a misleading article written by David Baines, formerly of the Vancouver Sun newspaper, who reported Michie as having a close association with Erwin Speckert. Speckert encountered various legal problems in 2012 eventually leading to his arrest and conviction […]
Automation is on its way. I’m sure you’ve heard the chatter about self-driving cars being a reality soon. But, driving is not the only aspect of life that is set to be impacted by automation, aka robots, aka artificial intelligence. Take a read of this article to see just how […]
Corey Hirsch has penned a very personal and vulnerable article on The Players Tribune. He reveals how much he struggled in the dark during his early 20s. This is a gripping story and well worth the read. Here’s a snippet: “On November 13, I pulled our trainer aside before the […]
Legendary hedge fund manager Stanley Drunkenmiller has moved aggressively back into gold after unloading during the U.S. election. As King World News reports, Drunkenmiller explained his reasoning during a recent talk at Purdue University. “He (Druckenmiller) said he was long gold and short stocks going into the election as he […]
In 2013, the Vancouver Sun newspaper published an article by David Baines that was not only misleading but also filled with fallacies about James Alexander Michie, in particular his association with Erwin Speckert. Much of the article was misleading and intentionally slanderous towards James Alexander Michie. Today, we specify three […]
I spend a large part of every year travelling. I’ve had the benefit and pleasure of visiting many different locales. The world is filled with amazing places to visit. That’s what makes this New York Times article a must read: 52 Places to Go in 2017. Flip through it and tell […]
After putting up a valiant effort against Army, the RMC Paladins squared off against another talented rival in Queen’s University. For more than 30 years, RMC and Queen’s have squared off in the Carr-Harris Challenge Cup. Queen’s has dominated this series. And, came in a heavy favourite this year, thanks […]
The Royal Military College of Canada varsity hockey team has had a challenging year in the win-loss column.
I have the great luxury of travelling multiple months every year. Although criss-crossing the globe can be taxing (10 hour flights are never fun), the gift of being in a new place never ceases to satisfy.