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Never let them tell you it's 'just a game.' Much is on the line, as the Canadian and Honduran national soccer teams prepare for their World Cup Qualifying match today in Toronto. But the real stories that animate this match are taking place a long way from BMO Field.
Just ask Honduras' most famed footballer - once a local star with Toronto FC - the aptly named Amado Guevara.
Great Lakes Need Great Friends: Watch the rebroadcast of Maude Barlow's last stop on Great Lakes tour
The Great Lakes are a common heritage that belongs to the Earth, other species and future generations as well as our own. Hear how we can collectively protect them from private interests and government complacency and restore more democratic control over them. On the last stop of her eight city tour to protect the Great Lakes, The Council of Canadians' Maude Barlow is joined by Thom McClenaghan, President, Friends of the Coves Subwatershed and Patrick Donnelly, Urban Watershed Program Manager City of London. The event began with children's choir - El Sistema London. The lecture begins at 52 minutes into the video.
A year ago, we would have rather spent the afternoon lingerie shopping with our mother-in-laws than watch a hockey game. You should really meet our mother-in-laws for full effect, but that's a whole other blog.
Workplace fraud in Canada is a disturbing reality that costs small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) billions of dollars each year. Nationally, one quarter of Canadian SMEs were hit by fraud in the past year, according to a recent report from the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada, (CGA-Canada), Does Canada Have a Problem with Occupational Fraud?
Find out more on workplace fraud at: www.cga.org/canada/fraud and www.youtube.com/cgacdn