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trees that you see all around you when you are in an urbanized environment. You see the trees in your backyard, along the sidewalks and streets and nowadays even on some rooftops and buildings and that’s what composes most of the urban forest in Toronto. To some of you this may seem like a good idea, because why not? Trees can do wonders for our air quality and they make the city look a lot prettier. Now I know what you’re thinking, this guy is just going to bore me to sleep with some environmental...

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Population Change in the Toronto Census Metropolitan Area

Analysis Toronto CMA has experienced a rapid growth in population during the past decades. The question is: will current ministry policies on planning cities suffice to keep the current standards of living if the growth in population continues with the same rate? Detailed analysis of the past profile of population growth is needed to answer this question. However, because of the rapid rate of population growth, ministry needs to change policies and set new plans to address housing, transportation...

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Toronto Football Club

The Case Study Toronto Football club As soccer had become one of the most popular sports in the world, there was a potential possibility to bring a professional soccer in Canada. The first game of the Toronto FC (Football Club) was successful on April 28, 2007 after Toronto Blizzards was dismantled in 1984. Thousands of fans wearing FC gear with diverse backgrounds enjoyed to cheer on their team when the team played match against the Kansas City wizards. Marketing strategy was the key to bring...

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Toronto Sun

| | | | | | | | INTRODUCTION This preliminary project scope statement defines the scope of The Toronto Sun Caribana Parade Project. The project deals with managing a major sponsorship event for the Toronto sun and its presence in the city’s annual caribana parade, on Aug 2, 2008 at 10:00AM. The main challenge is to make the company’s float a success. The Toronto sun earned its place in the parade as the primary media sponsor for the event. Pulling the company’s float from the biggest...

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How Media Affects Society

impacts society to a great extent are through the facts it chooses to reveal, as recently seen in the case of the Tamil war in Sri Lanka. The tone in which it is presented such as the recently reported cases of Tamil protest on the streets of downtown Toronto and finally in the manner it chooses to target certain audiences, such as the case of Victoria George-Pazzano in Mexico. The media affects society through the facts it chooses to reveal. The media can choose to mention certain things and not to...

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Leo Burnett

founded in 1935 in Chicago. One of their clients is Ontann Beauty Care (OBC), which is a leading global manufacturer of health and beauty care products. OBC has been awarding Leo Burnett’s (LB) its business for many years. OBC has been a client of LB’s Toronto and London offices since 1958 and mid-1970, respectively. OBC has centralized its global marketing campaign for a given brand and creates the communication materials as templates for local offices to follow. Local offices are then responsible for...

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Torontos Subway

good and current subway system in a growing city and a city that needs to make changes is Toronto. Toronto needs to expand the underground Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway in order to ensure pubic transit is a viable option for individuals in the future by making it will make the daily commute easier and faster, reduce pollution and provide a more cost effective method of transportation. The current Toronto subway system needs to make a commitment to expand its lines north, east and west so that...

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Insights And Opinions On Canadian Ident

Forces, as quoted in the Toronto Star, 4 October 1992 “Canada’s very nature is contained in the fact that it has as many faces as a Buddhist deity. Our identity crisis really seems to lie in an attempt to cling to the illusion that uniformity and unity are the same things and that they are equally desirable—neither of which, of course, is true.” ~ George Woodcock, author and critic, The Canadians, 1979 “The West hates the East, Maritimers hate everybody else. Toronto hates Québec. Everybody loves...

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Biography of Foster Hewitt

begins on November 21st, 1905, when Foster Hewitt is born in Toronto, Ontario. His father, a sports editor for the Toronto Star, sparks his interest in sports at an early age. Foster begins to develop an early love for the game of hockey. He starts out by selling crystal sets for some extra cash while attending Upper Canada College, but never made any money due to competition. His father then helped him get a job as a reporter for the Toronto Star where he was further more introduced to sports broadcasting...

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HBC supply chain

 Hudson's Bay Company Adds Further Efficiencies From Supply Chain TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 04/27/2004 -- Hudson's Bay Company (Hbc) (TSX: HBC) continues with its commitment to use technology to drive operational efficiencies in all aspects of its organization. The Company successfully completed an automation drive with 140 of its Direct to Store suppliers, to effectively eliminate the handling and processing of 450,000 manual transactions annually. The majority of Hbc's 2,000 vendor-strong...

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