Posts tagged ‘Canada’

Top Down, Bottom Up and Canadian Tap Water

Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about how the worlds of marketing and social change converge. In particular, I’ve been interested in how the web enables…

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Free Passes to “One Week” Opening

Thanks to Mongrel Media, I have, oh, about 40 movie passes to a screening of One Week (caution: auto-playing video ahead), a most Canadian movie starring…

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From the Front Door Directly to the Recycling Bin

Our latest phone book arrived today. I picked it up off the welcome mat, carried it through the house, out the back door and deposited it…

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Death By a Thousand Controversial Cuts

Yesterday, as you probably know (I first read about it on Beth’s site), Finance Minister Jim Flaherty gave a financial update of sorts in the House…

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Which Province Has the Highest Divorce Rate?

A while back I subscribed to the RSS feed for Statistics Canada. As you might imagine, the agency produces statistics and reports on a wide and…

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Which Province Has the Highest Divorce Rate?

A while back I subscribed to the RSS feed for Statistics Canada. As you might imagine, the agency produces statistics and reports on a wide and…

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Lazy Web Request: Finding Goldcrest Black Pitted Cherries in Canada

My father and step-mother are in South Africa at the moment. While at a favourite restaurant in Cullinan, my step-mother rediscovered Goldcrest Black Pitted Cherries, and…

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Three Clever Videos Related to the US Election

These are three clever videos I’ve come across in the last day and a half. Monique twittered about this Slate V video, encouraging Americans to go…

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