Business & Economics, Industries
Mining is the Future
Three-Step Process to Achieve Sustainability in Mining by Alp Bora
Metals and minerals are all around us in our everyday lives. They’re used in everything from cars and kitchen appliances to smartphones and complex medical equipment. These natural resources are also integral to many forms of renewable energy. ...
Dying to be Seen
The Race to Save Medicare in Canada by Cathy MacNeil
Canada’s public health care system is under attack. Defunding, deregulating, defrauding, and deliberate disintegration have manipulated Canadians into despising their once-beloved system as unsustainable, unfixable, and cost-prohibitive. There is a ...
A Century of Service
The Story of The Kiwanis Club of Casa Loma by W. John Maize
In 1933, the fate of Casa Loma, a once-proud edifice in the heart of Toronto, hung in the balance. Initially built as a private residence, the castle was languishing in the post-war depression, and the City of Toronto was prepared to accept tenders ...
The 10 Commandments of the Energy Transition
And Other Essays on How to Power Our Society Without Imploding the Economy or Destroying the Planet by Gerard Kreeft
The book provides interested readers an insight into the ongoing Energy Transition. Written with humor and insight the reader is guided through and beyond the technical jargon of the energy sector. Written with a sharp eye and appreciation of the ...
How a Nation Lost Millions in the Legalization of Cannabis by James Sellars
WASTED is an aptly titled non-fictional account of the legalization of cannabis in Canada. The first element of 'waste' is the millions of tax dollars thrown away by incompetent government bureaucrats who failed to realize the economics of the ...
A Life in Stages
Eighty-two years of living a good life, learning , working hard and enjoying the love of family and the companionship of friends and colleagues by Frank Farr
“The station where you begin your life, does not need to be your station at the end of your life. The choice is yours.” Growing up poor in wartime England, Frank Farr is an indifferent student, and once he gets into his rebellious teen years, ...
Rethinking Earned Value & Schedule Management on Construction Projects
Solving the World's Construction Performance Problem by J. Gerard Boyle
This is an essential, groundbreaking book for public and private buyers of construction, contractors and sub-contractors, designers, project managers, lawyers, Earned Value specialists, forensic claims analysts, schedulers, dispute resolution ...
Unlocking Our Shared Value
Corporate Sustainability Strategies In the West African Mining Industry by Robert Ndong
Africa's subsoil is rich in hydrocarbons, precious and base metals, and rare metals that are particularly strategic for the global transition to a low-carbon economy. In this context, the continent's beautiful, serious, and pressing challenge is to ...
Memoir of a Citizen and Reporter in the Irving Press by Julian H. Walker
This book is a love letter to the free press. It is Julian H. Walker’s personal memoir as a citizen and reporter which calls for a healthier New Brunswick free press—one that is more diverse, competitive, independent, and feisty. Through its ...
No Place to Pee
An Alaskan Woman's Tenure on the Klondike and the Pipeline by Margaret H Piggott
No Place to Pee is an intimate collection from a woman who spent 5,000 hours in a male-dominated industry. Margaret H. Piggott, a retired physical therapist worked as a laborer in Alaska on the Klondike Highway and Alaskan Pipeline from 1975 to ...