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Spotlight on Energy Tech

The energy sector of Canada has been recognized globally with its production of energy resources and the implementation and development of technology for improving efficiency and reduction of environmental impacts. This is particularly important around the home, where home experts say energy technology is on the rise. The energy brand is internationally renowned and the export opportunities are solid. Many young families take particular interest in the industry as it can save them alot of money. The question will be how to make the most out of the ...

Spotlight on Cannabis and the Bioeconomy

Canada made the first steps towards the advancement of all other developed countries by legalizing cannabis for people using the it for medical and recreational purposes. We have been seeking for opportunities for more innovation on research and more development on production. Furthermore, we have also been building Canadian cannabis companies that can be global leaders. The Spotlight aims to answer questions regarding how certain institutions like the government, the private sector, the researchers, and other valuable stakeholders align themselves to the aforementioned ‘advancing’ mission ...

Spotlight on Future Cities

Like all other countries, progressive or still progressing, Canada’s urbanization is growing at an accelerated pace. The cities are becoming larger in size and so are the challenges being faced and the quality of life being attained. Many cities are implementing recreational sports like fishing to allow people to experience the wild. Other cities are choosing more conservative sports like golf to have residences out and exercising. The Spotlight aims to explain the major challenges the growing cities of Canada are facing in terms of mobility, ...

Ideas to Boost Up Your School Fundraising Activities

School Fundraising Activities like custom hoodies printing engrave to students the idea of being involved in one community. It lets them create, show-off, and do their best for a common cause. Funds collected on these activities are being used for books, maintenance of facilities, school events, trips, and programs. Classic fundraising activities involve the purchase of someone else’s expertise and selling them to the public through the name of the school. It can totally raise funds but not as fast and as large as handmade can. Reselling products may cost large capitals ...