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Although we are still braving sub-zero temperatures and bundling up in our Canada Goose down jackets, fashion is always one step ahead and the spring collections will be arriving in stores in the coming weeks. Debby Tavares is a local fashion stylist, who has styled models for Montreal Fashion Week and numerous professional photo shoots. She is also a personal shopper and regularly works with women to perfect their looks and interpret the season’s trends. But, for those who can’t afford a personal stylist, Tavares shared some of her knowledge about what to expect when it comes to spring 2010 fashion. While almost all ...
an audience (viewers, readers or listeners) to purchase or take some action upon products, ideals, or services. It includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade a target market to purchase or to consume that particular brand . These brands are usually paid for or identified through sponsors and viewed via various media. Advertising can also serve to communicate an idea to a mass amount of people in an attempt to convince them to take a certain action, such as encouraging 'environmentally friendly' behaviors, and even unhealthy behaviors through food ...
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Travels in Montreal: Michelle and the Giant Orange
When last we saw our intrepid travelers, they were strolling down Rue Saint Paul in Vieux-Montréal, admiring the view and discussing lunch options, lamenting their missed poutine opportunity from the night before . They’d passed a pedestrian mall with several restaurants, and though it looked kinda touristy, they agreed to grab a quick bite before heading back to their hotel. And then Michelle spotted a sign on a side street that read, simply, “MONTREAL POUTINE.” “Let’s go there,” she said. It wasn’t so much a suggestion as an imperative. Classic poutine is a dish of french fries topped ... market research, surveys and trends
On the QC – Adverbial Warfare
the NFL, and grocery-store sheet cake, Mr. Pinault’s assimilation to America becomes a little more seamless each day. But he still requires regular exposure to the French language, lest the constant drone of English start to grate at his inner joie de vivre . So we decided to abscond to a Francophone country for some Franco-fueling. I’ve remained haunted by an advertising campaign for Quebec City that ran in various upscale liberal publications some time ago, which marketed QC as “Europe, only closer.” It featured a photo of the famous Chateau Frontenac Hotel ( here ), all lit up at night like a fairytale ... market research, surveys and trends

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Ontario Teachers' Group Buys BCE for C$34.2 Billion (Update4 ...
June 30 (Bloomberg) -- Investors led by the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan and Providence Equity Partners Inc. agreed to buy BCE Inc., Canada's biggest phone company, for C$34.2 billion ($32.1 billion) in the largest leveraged buyout. The investment group will pay C$42.75 a share in cash, Montreal-based BCE said today in a statement. Teachers', BCE's biggest shareholder, trumped two bids from groups led by the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board and Cerberus Capital Management LP. BCE closed yesterday at C$40.34. The deal places Canada's most widely held stock in private hands for the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
NEWSPRINT MAKERS RIDING OUT RECESSION.(Catalyst Paper Corp ...
As AbitibiBowater Inc. went about its bankruptcy process last week, its main publicly traded North American competitor, Catalyst Paper Corp., released its first quarter earnings, with results markedly improved over last year. AbitibiBowater said on Thursday that it had entered into a debtor-in-possession agreement with the Bank of Montreal, which will be guaranteed by Investissement Quebec, the economic development agency of the province. The company, headquartered in Montreal but chartered in Delaware, declared bankruptcy in both Canada and the United States in mid-April. The newsprint maker said that the deal had been ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Community rink is the right size for city it will serve
It's been written before in this corner, but it bears repeating, I guess: 1,476 seats in the "NHL Arena" and 504 seats in the "Olympic Arena" as per the plans at the GrantoHarvey Centre is just about right for the community it's supposed to serve. Which is, repeat after me, Fredericton and surrounding area. Not some phantom Quebec Major Junior Hockey League franchise. Not Taylor Swift or Elton John or some American Idol wannabe. Read with interest Danny Flynn's assertion that Fredericton could have a Quebec League franchise "in 10 minutes" if conditions were right in this ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Your Comments: Alberta Man Should Pay $8000 Cell Phone Bill
According to Boutang, his Virgin Mobile statement for the month of June came in at a shocking $7,763.70. These charges accrued while he was traveling in Europe from June 1st to June 7th. Most of our readers agree, Boutang should have read the contract more carefully and should just pay up. Geoff says, Let me get this straight. This guy signs up for cell phone service—does not read the contract and complains when Virgin bills him exactly as his contract says it will. Do I feel sorry for him? Not a bit. Quit whining, get a job and pay your cell phone bill. * Carl says: Every mobile carrier in Canada is out to cheat you, they have ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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It's tough to make it a career, especially in those categories.
You've got a hard task before you.  Making photography into a career is not easy, and if you want to stick to your current favorites of landscapes, travel, and PJ, you're going to be very challenged to make even the smallest of sales.  Frankly, those categories are either tough to break into (landscapes and travel) or so oversaturated (PJ) that making even a meager living is going to be difficult.  You can use your eye to help supplement your current income, but replacing it will be difficult, even in 5 to 10 years. But, to get started, you're going to want some good reading.  John ...
Is a Winter Olympics really worth $6 BILLION ? | LinkedIn Answers ...
Direct Marketing (6), Event Marketing and Promotions (5), Advertising (3), Guerrilla Marketing (2), Business Development (2), Customer Relationship Management (2), Branding (2), Purchasing (1), Conference Planning (1), Compensation and Benefits (1), Events Marketing (1), Public Relations (1), Social Enterpreneurship (1), Distribution (1), Databases (1) This was selected as Best Answer David, I live in Richmond, BC where the Olympic Oval is and am volunteering during the games. Is it worth it, that is a long term investment questions. The dollar figure touted of Six Billion is probably accurate but as others have said, we have ...