• We Salute You

    We Salute You0

    Eight out of 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses fail within the first 18 months, according to Bloomberg. That means a whopping 80% of businesses crash and burn and only one third of the number of businesses there are now will make it to year 10. We at Two Row Times are on our fifth year.

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  • Resilient indigenous in an age of reconciliation

    Resilient indigenous in an age of reconciliation0

    This week the government in Saskatchewan did something profound and important — making the choice to change a derogatory name of lakes in the province and change them to names that celebrate indigenous culture. A group of lakes called “Killsquaw Lake” near a town called “Unity” have been re-named. According to the Canadian Press elders

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  • A spoonful of sugar

    A spoonful of sugar0

    November is Diabetes Awareness Month and November 14 is World Diabetes Day. Diabetes is a chronic condition associated with abnormally high levels of sugar (glucose) in the blood. Insulin produced by the pancreas lowers blood glucose but the absence or insufficient production of insulin, or an inability of the body to properly use insulin causes

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  • Treaties Recognition Week – The beginning of new relationships

    Treaties Recognition Week – The beginning of new relationships0

    This week the province of Ontario marks Treaties Recognition Week. This is a time where the province’s official social media accounts raise awareness about the treaties made between indigenous people and settlers throughout history. A treaty, when talking about the ones being recognized this week with indigenous people in Ontario, is a historic and lasting

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  • Telling the truth could cost ya

    Telling the truth could cost ya0

    American cable tv news is incredibly polarized in 2018. Evidence of that polarization was dramatically present this last week after pipe bombs were mailed to Democratic ex-presidents Bill Clinton, Barak Obama, his supporters and CNNs New York and Atlanta headquarters. Journalists and analysts targeted by radical supporters of Donald Trump. A second instance of a

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  • Cannabis is legal again?

    Cannabis is legal again?0

    Canadians are calling it legalization but after reading over the many new laws coming into effect today it appears that Canada is still criminalizing cannabis users by adding dozens of new regulations that may negatively impact lives. For people who regularly smoke and drive it looks like Ontario has taken a cookie cutter approach and

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