Story Time Yoga

Submitted by Business Link Web on Mon, 11/23/2020 - 15:12

When the pandemic hit, life shut down for everyone. As a single parent working from home and trying to navigate online learning, I struggled to keep my children occupied and keep all of us calm and centred. It was a stressful time for us, personally, as my daughter was also ill. The pandemic had shut down all of my regular yoga offerings. So, I took a step back to figure out how I could move forward in a way that offered support to all of the families out there, struggling through the same thing. As families, we were all turned upside down without warning or preparation.

Storytelling STEM: The Importance of Hearing from Everyday Women in STEM

Submitted by Business Link Web on Fri, 11/20/2020 - 15:13

STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math is a term that is used to group together these academic areas.  Discussing and promoting STEM related programs is a priority in Canada because too few female students are pursuing careers in these fields.  Globally, men occupy the most seats at the STEM table, account for more than 80% of the STEM pipeline, and share the media’s attention for STEM accolades.   

There are three important actions that anyone can take to help change the STEM demographic and encourage more women to participate. 

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BLMG 2020 - We Are Ready

Submitted by Business Link Web on Thu, 11/19/2020 - 11:19

Founded in 2003, Business Link Media Group is an innovative marketing and publishing firm focused on serving the Golden Horseshoe business community by combining innovation, creativity, and experience.

From the beginning, Business Link Media Group has been committed to delivering high value-added solutions, connecting with its audience on a more meaningful level, and ensuring that all our clients are well informed.

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Never mind the deficit?

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Never mind the deficit?

Canada is spending a tremendous amount of money to get the country through the COVID-19 pandemic, but a growing movement says we can shed our old worries about the federal deficit. Modern monetary theory argues that since we control our own currency, the country can create more money and never go broke. Today, Front Burner examines this controversial idea and how it relates to Canada.