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André Darmanin
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#Cities can leverage best deals for new stadiums with location, rent & deals for surrounding development.
The Rams, Chargers and Raiders are all eyeing the Los Angeles region, but sports economists preach caution.
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So true!   #cdnmnt  #cdnwnt
In the wake of Canada's Men's team failing to qualify for the FIFA U20 World Cup, TSN soccer analyst Jason deVos takes a look at some of the underlying reasons why soccer success has been nearly impossible to come by in this country.
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I'm starting to wonder if this is true.  I used to be a power networking, especially during my time here in Toronto.  Maybe it's luck?  Maybe it's the right connections?     #networking   #in   #HBR  
And other lessons learned from “Mr. Davos.”
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Dying suburban 'hoods have opportunity to become mixed use & mixed income. Creativity must be allowed to flourish. With the search for affordability being the top of mind, this is a good sign. But jobs must follow. #urbanplanning #suburbia 
Covington, Georgia, decided not to let a half-completed development sit empty. What happened next has been both praised and vilified by observers.
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An election that just might be interesting. Loonie down. Oil prices down. It's the economy stupid!
The economy always plays an important role in elections, but with oil plummeting and a U.S. rate increase likely, the federal government may face a challenge on its fiscal record.
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How will policy makers respond to lower gas prices?
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Has marketing in politics gone too far? #uspoli #politics #marketing #publicrelations #govtrelations
As Clinton readies a presidential run, corporate marketing specialists help refresh the Hillary brand for 2016.
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Blaming others just leaves you powerless.
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A failed amalgamation plan evidently failed the inner and outer burbs. Starts with feds. #torontoisfailingme
The seven-year-old girl above, Amal Syed, came to Canada three years ago from Abu Dhabi. Her father is a computer analyst who left everything behind
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How will gender split among voters play out in the 2015 election? Libs have the edge. #cdnpoli #pnpcbc
An article in Chatelaine last year asked, "Is Justin Trudeau the candidate women have been waiting for?" Polls suggest that, for a plurality of women, he just might be. Stephen Harper leads among men. Polls analyst Éric Grenier breaks down the federal polls by gender.
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Paving way for regional governance. >> United Ways across the Greater Toronto Area should consider merging
A merger of United Way Toronto and United Way York Region should provide a welcome impetus for consolidation across the Greater Toronto Area.
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Climenhaga hits the nail on the head. Lack of econ diversification away from oil dependency & low taxes killing AB.
Unlike other provinces that didn't share our perverse good fortune, Alberta's situation is made far worse by our government's poor planning, or complete lack of it.
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Downtown Los Angeles, CA - Highland Park, CA - Lincoln Heights, CA - Etobicoke, ON - Edmonton, AB
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    Public Administration, 1992 - 1997
  • Ryerson University
    Urban Planning, 2002 - 2004
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'Nowhere Mayor' needs somewhere to turn
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An eco-stadium? Promises, promises
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