Clean 15

The Global Search for a New Fuel Source

Climate Change is here. Whether one believes it will affect us immediately or gradually over time, more and more scientists, governments and businesses are beginning to see the predicted effects [...]

Leveraging Canadian Diversity As a Competitive Advantage

During one of our projects we discovered a technology hidden in the far reaches of Russia that was commercialized for just this purpose. The technology not only can separate oil and sand, it can [...]

Is Your Company’s Culture Ready to Open Up?

During a TED talk, British business professor Eddie Obeng said “We spend our time responding rationally to a world which we understand and recognize, but which no longer exists.” In [...]


In 2005, Exxon’s CEO Lee Raymond said to Reuters gas production had peaked in North America. At the time the number of rigs drilling for natural gas was up around 20 per cent, and prices [...]

Climate Change and the Boiling Frog

The frog in the boiling pot of water experiment is an analogy often used to describe attitudes slow to change that in the end is potentially harmful. As the explanation goes, if a frog is placed [...]

Closing the Gap on Canada’s Productivity Decline

When I was a young boy in high school our economics teacher spoke to us about Canada’s lower productivity ranking as compared to other “developed” countries. More than 20 years [...]

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