A fanfare of failures
The most important thing in the Olympic Games is not winning but taking part; the essential thing in life is not conquering but fighting well.
People may say I can’t sing, but no one can ever say I didn’t sing.
Will there be enough work? That’s the basic question facing developed economies with flat growth as employment shifts from agriculture and manufacturing to services. It appears that there might not be jobs for the uneducated and unskilled.
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Alejo Jose G. Sison | FEATURES | 20 June 2016
What if there isn’t enough work to go around?
|A fanfare of failures|
Juliette Peers | POPCORN | 20 June 2016
Why have so many recent films celebrated artistic and sporting failures?
|Murder and intrigue at the seaside|
Carolyn Moynihan | FEATURES | 20 June 2016
MercatorNet readers reveal their favourite crime reads for the beach.
|A picture perfect book for vacation reading|
Jennifer Minicus | READING MATTERS | 20 June 2016
A picture book worth the investment
|The Canada Family Life Project finds immediate action needed|
Shannon Roberts | DEMOGRAPHY IS DESTINY | 20 June 2016
What Canadians say about elder care.
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