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Working From the Ground Up

January 26, 2015 3:29 pm
Working From the Ground Up

Roads, bridges, electricity—we sometimes take for granted the generations of people who have worked to build Ottawa into the city it is today. The National Capital would have limited functionality without the infrastructure now in place. Ellis Kirkland of Kirkland Capital Corporation says large-scale infrastructure projects are what create a […]

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Representing Canadian Workers: The IBEW and Kathy Choquette

1:27 pm
Representing Canadian Workers: The IBEW and Kathy Choquette

“I knew I wanted to get into a trade,” says Kathy Choquette, an electrical foreman with Ziebarth Electrical Contractors Inc. (ZEC). Choquette is celebrating 10 years with the company and 21 years with the IBEW. It all started in 1989 when she took the Women in Trades and Technology course at […]

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John’s Reno Tips

11:28 am
John’s Reno Tips

Pressed for time or low on money this winter? Here are some tips on how to freshen up some spaces in your home until you can you can make a renovation happen! Q: After buying gifts and hosting parties during the holiday season, my husband and I are strapped for […]

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A Short History of the UK Lottery

10:33 am
A Short History of the UK Lottery

On 19th November 1994, the National Lottery held its first lottery draw. Since then, various others, including the Euromillions, have joined the main Lotto game. But the concept of the lottery is far from a modern day innovation. After witnessing locals playing unregulated lotteries, the government under Queen Elizabeth I […]

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