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Simon Vendryes
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Lover of life, people, cars and animals. Arts Enthusiast, Professional Mortgage Agent, Real Estate Investor and Real Estate Investment Strategist
Lover of life, people, cars and animals. Arts Enthusiast, Professional Mortgage Agent, Real Estate Investor and Real Estate Investment Strategist

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Want to WIN an ALL INCLUSIVE trip to Havana Cuba and support the making of DRUMS OF HAVANA, a Feature Film by an amazing and Talented Group. Make History, support Drums Of Havana!
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Working that 9 to 5 grind, we've all done it at some point in time check this song:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_HB54Dku9qw
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Ontario Superior Court Ruling on Law Suit regarding investment in Toronto's Trump International Hotel & Tower.
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Is America Real Estate 4 Sale?
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RBC testing the waters by suggesting a slight rise in interest rates for 2015.  Is it fear mongering to get you to move quickly to secure the current rates or is it a warning that  we should all consider? 

TORONTO - RBC Economics says higher interest rates will put a strain on the Canadian housing market in 2015 and "substantially" moderate prices increases.

In its latest Canadian housing forecast, the bank (TSX:RY) says Canada's current historically low interest rates are not "sustainable" and it forecasts longer-term interest rates will rise by the end of the year in anticipation of a return to tightening mode by the Bank of Canada in 2015.

RBC says if current rates rise, it anticipates home resales to fall by 0.9 per cent to 463,100 units next year following an increase of 2.1 per cent to 467,200 units in 2014, while it sees home prices increasing just 1.1 per cent in 2015, compared with a jump of 4.3 per cent this year.

See the full story here: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2014/08/20/canadian-housing-market-2015-rbc_n_5695621.html?utm_hp_ref=canada-business
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A conversation with music, Original by Dominique Alexandra
conversation with music [original] - dominique [LIVE @ARTISTIC DIMENSIONS 2014]
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My son and I attended a dinner engagement organised by the Canadian Club of Halton Peel at the Oakville Conference Centre. The Keynote Speaker was Dr. Pierre Meulien, PhD, President & CEO, Genome Canada, Ottawa and the main topic was: "Our Personal Genome - The DNA Dilemma". One of the situations covered was the Pine Beetle and how it has affected 7 million hectares of land as of 2005. It is actually a fungus that lives in the beetle's mouth that infects the trees which eventually kills the trees. In Canada, we are planting 400 million trees per year. With Genomics we are developing adaptive trees that will be immune to the fungus killing off the BC forests. Through Genomics we can develop adaptive plants, animals, etc. Climate change is growing at 17KM per year in Canada and as BC gets warmer the challenges that come with that will increase. Previously, the winters in BC were cold enough that the fungus was not a problem but as temperatures rise it will only worsen. They are unable to eradicate the fungus so the only real viable solution is to develop and plant trees that will withstand the oncoming climate change. Careful decisions have to be made since it is a 50 year plan that involves 400 million trees per year. Canada is a world leader in the study and development of Genomics. Through studying the human Genome, scientists have been able to identify previously unknown illnesses that people have previously had to go through numerous tests including MRI's which have not provided conclusive results to identify illnesses that affect humans. It took ten years to record the human Genome and billions of dollars in research. You can now have your genome identified and recorded for $3,000.00 with results in 2 days. There is so much more that was dicussed, too much to cover here. It is an important subject and predicted to be disruptable technology for the 21st century as Silicon was for the 20th century
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My daughter was in Ocho Rios, Jamaica this week end and decided to go on the mic, she's sharing her voice....may I present a Dominique Alexandra original piece, enjoy. desire - dominique [LIVE @ACOUSTICKS - Kingston Music Week 2013]
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