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Breathe Outdoors reaches out to broader, nature-loving customer base in rebranding move (Edmonton Journal)

A decades-old business in Edmonton wants its new name to reflect the experience of fresh air and mental clarity in the outdoors, regardless of enthusiasts’ background or activity.

Small Edmonton natural food stores expect short-term supply gaps this week due to B.C. flooding (Edmonton Journal)

Two Edmonton natural food stores expect some products will temporarily run out this week as distributors find ways to move their goods around B.C.’s flooded transportation routes.

Business schools launch ‘overdue’ efforts to Indigenize curricula

With an imperative for the corporate sector to work with First Peoples globally, MBAs are finally revamping programs.

In the Minds of Mavericks (New Trail)

These aren't your average inspirational quotes

Influential U of A experts rank among world’s most cited

Leading researchers in business, genetics, artificial intelligence, food science and physical activity make the latest global list of the most highly cited in their fields.

Supply chain woes from B.C. flooding to reverberate in Alberta (Calgary Herald)

'It will take some time to clear up the backlog … We're going to have shortages for the next little while. This is not going away'

Going back to school re-energized grad’s career

For Margeaux Maron, earning an MBA was a way to put more of herself into her work — and a pathway to a new career direction.

Opinion: Spending time in nature has many social benefits (The Province)

Opinion: Our results show that spending time in nature — and even just thinking deeply about a recent experience in nature — can indeed lead people to prioritize themselves a little less and prioritize others a little more.

Research Finds U.S. Shouldn’t Imitate Japan’s Industrial Policy (Forbes)

Japan’s industrial policy proved to be unsuccessful as trade or economic policy, according to new research.

'Embedded in the abstract world:' 13 Alberta establishments hit with suspensions, closure orders for flouting COVID-19 rules (Edmonton Journal)

Thirteen establishments across Alberta have received 18 suspensions or closure orders for not complying with the province’s COVID-19 Restrictions Exemption Program must recognize they are “not fighting for a common good,” stresses an Edmonton health law and policy expert.

Governance experts say Rogers debacle shows shortcomings in corporate regulations (CTV)

The boardroom feud at Rogers Communications Inc. has highlighted shortcomings in how Canada regulates companies across the country, a number of corporate governance experts said as they reacted to a recent court decision that appeared to bring an end to the saga.

Quebec’s pyrrhic climate victory (National Observer)

In a speech delivered to Quebec’s national assembly last week, Premier Francois Legault announced his “government has decided to definitively renounce the extraction of hydrocarbons on its territory.”