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  This spring, Google is introducing the self-driving bicycle in Amsterdam, the world’s premier cycling city. The Dutch cycle more than any other nation in the world, almost 900 kilometres per year per person, amounting to over 15 billion kilometres...
Well the 2016 municipal election is just around the corner.  I've read in the paper that a few councilors feel that they have done a pretty good job over the past four years. Humm... I'm sure there are players...

The Next Big Thing

The headline read " Repsol scraps plans to convert Canaport LNG to export gas"and with it Saint John takes another body blow to it's economic mid section. Some years ago I watched a movie called "Cinderella Man." It's the true...
This morning before the big M coffee I listened to the New Brunswick PC candidates jockeying for the PC leadership. Their responses were on "the New Brunswick economic development challenges" hosted by Terry Sequin on "Information Morning" . I heard...

Greed

Editors Note: The following article on the "Irvings" was recently published in the Globe and Mail and provides much food for thought.  On any given day as you discuss the Irvings over morning coffee there seems to be two...
How many of you folks out there will pay your property taxes if "compelled" to do so? 2418

What if?

About 20 years ago I was asked by Enterprise Saint John to write an article about Information Technology within the context of economic development. At the time I decided to write about Microsoft. All that I remember about the...

Starting Over- Update

A week has passed and the Conservative leadership dust has settled. The media political prognosticators will now come out of the woodwork with their predictions. From where I sit it woulhttp://trinitytoday.ca/2016/10/29/starting-over/d seem that the Conservative establishment may have preferred Mel...

Selling Cup Cakes.

I just finished getting caught up on a few articles about "The Crossing" a multi-use development proposed by the Northrup Group. The good thing about opinions is that everyone has one and they range everywhere from a great idea...
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