AUCC president Paul Davidson & Budget 2012

You know it’s actually been a very good day for Canada’s universities because the government has made some smart and strategic investments in research and innovation. I’m thinking particularly about the continued investments in the granting councils, new investments in the Canadian Foundation for Innovation and the creation of many more internships for Canadian graduate […]

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How to Follow Market Trends

How to Follow Market Trends

hey everyone this is marina the trader chick via photo in today’s quick lesson of the day is the dissection of a trend so in a trend we have three components we have the beginning of a trend which after this mess it breaks through and it shows us that it’s starting to head up […]

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Absolute Monarchy: Crash Course European History #13

Absolute Monarchy: Crash Course European History #13

Hi, I’m John Green and this is crash course European history So today we’re moving into the second half of the 17th century The 30 Years War has ended with the Treaty of Westphalia and the Scientific Revolution is producing amazing new universal laws but life is still pretty terrible for the vast majority of […]

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How Do “Dumb” Paintings Sell For Millions?

How Do “Dumb” Paintings Sell For Millions?

Pretend that you have $43.8 million and can spend it on anything you want. What would it be? More than likely you’re not thinking of art. And, no, not some great work from centuries past, but a solid blue canvas with a line down the middle from the year 1953. That’s right, while you were […]

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