Published on Aug 21, 2013
The National Household Survey shows Canada had more than three million workers aged 55 and over in 2011.
Published on Jun 25, 2012 by CBCTheNational
A Vancouver man who transcribes medical records for a living says patients have reason to worry about the privacy and accuracy of their medical information.
Wendy’s Training Video – Chili Can Be Served With Cheese
Nov 4, 2011
Community supported agriculture (CSA) has gained popularity in the U.S. since it was first introduced about 25 years ago. People invest in CSA farms by buying shares, which entitle them to a percentage of the harvest. It’s a way to get healthful, local produce on a regular basis. One CSA farm near Washington, D.C. supports the community not only by growing vegetables, but by providing employment for the developmentally disabled.
The New York subway system is one of the largest in the world, ferrying nearly eight and a half million people around the city every week. Riders find more than transportation below the streets; amid the dirt and the grime and the screech of the trains, there is also music. The subway system is like a free concert hall, offering almost every kind of music, from West African kora to American bluegrass to Vietnamese string instruments and Mexican mariachi bands.
Oct 14, 2011
The US Congress is debating how to overhaul the nation’s immigration system in an effort to get foreign nationals who earn advanced degrees at American universities to stay and work in the country to help the U.S. stay globally competitive.
“Just about an hour ago I got you fired.”
“Well what did you do that for?”
“I figured being my wife would take up all of your time.”
From the film Indestructible Man, a hilariously outdated clip that shows just how much our values have changed.