Crammed into a packed Shanghai Metro subway car far beneath street level we are speeding towards East Nanjing Road station, gateway to Shanghai’s trendy shopping district, the Bund.
Canadian history is rich with the tales and lore of family enterprises – from the legendary retailer T. Eaton Co. Ltd., to Montreal-based Kruger Inc., a third-generation business that began in pulp and paper but has since expanded to include renewable energy, wines and spirits, recycling services and biomaterials.
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Two years ago, the Mandarin saying “yi dai yi lu” –“One Belt, One Road” would have likely left Hatch executive Martin Doble nonplused. Today, like other executives worldwide, Hatch’s Global Managing Director, Infrastructure would tell you a different story: China’s “OBOR” grand Eurasian infrastructure and economic development strategy is redefining business opportunities not only in China, but virtually anywhere in the world this unprecedented land and maritime initiative leads.
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The understanding of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is coming into the light. The science is advancing and with increased understanding, there is hope that earlier identification, intervention and evidence-based services will follow. View full report online at globeandmail.com.
Some things in life just get better with age.
That certainly appears to be the case with the iconic Twin Otter aircraft. Designed by De Havilland in 1965, the sturdy and versatile Twin Otter enjoyed a spectacular initial 30-year run, eventually rising to become the world’s largest-selling 19-passenger aircraft.