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June 10, 2008 - Gardens can do more than put food on the table or create curb appeal. For some, they're a reflection of values.
June 10, 2008 - For the September 21-23, 2008 edition, Glee organizers have revealed Glee's future as a 365-day a year, industry-focused resource for buyers and suppliers worldwide.
June 10, 2008 - Dutch Growers Garden Centre in Regina was recently named Business of the Year by the local Chamber of Commerce.
June 4, 2008 - A new yearlong research project called Independent Retail: A Changing Landscape will discover and recommend solutions for the challenges affecting Canada's independent retailers in urban and rural communities.
June 4, 2008 - With the growth of retail organized crime in the Canadian marketplace, the types of security measures being employed by retailers are also growing according to a new survey of medium and large retailers.
I just finished reading an article in Nova Scotia's The Chronicle Herald that explored how the age old mantra 'the customer is always right' may actually be bad for business. The article looks at how blindly following this policy makes employees unhappy and give pushy customers an unfair advantage. Is the customer always right at your centre? How do you deal with cranky shoppers?
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Is the customer always right?
I just finished reading an article in Nova Scotia's The Chronicle Herald that explored how the age old mantra 'the customer is always right' may actually be bad for business. The article looks at how blindly following this policy makes employees unhappy and give pushy customers an unfair advantage. Is the customer always right at your centre? How do you deal with cranky shoppers?
May 29, 2008 - Gardening is meant to be soothing – not life-threatening. But what many gardeners may not know is that tetanus bacteria occurs naturally in soil, compost or packaged potting mixtures. And if you haven't had a tetanus booster in the past 10 years, you could be at risk. | READ MORE
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Gardeners may be at risk for tetanus
Gardening is meant to be soothing – not life-threatening. But what many gardeners may not know is that tetanus bacteria occurs naturally in soil, compost or packaged potting mixtures. 
May 23, 2008 - Canadians purchased fewer clothes and accessories but more cars as retail sales grew a weaker than expected 0.1 per cent in March amid severe winter weather, Statistics Canada said today. The Toronto Star reports. | READ MORE
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