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While a teenager Tony was fortunate to have the opportunity to pursue his love of aviation and began a career began in the airline world during his days in high school and university as he grew up in Toronto. After completing University at Guelph he moved to Ottawa, following a path in urban agriculture and environmental awareness. He shared his insights for over 2 decades as he appeared on TV, and radio, as the "Plant D octor", and operating his own business in horticulture. Later he reentered the transport industry and became involved in the manufacture and marketing of sustainable fuel-saving and safety products for the truck industry. He is director of an African American art collection based in Washington D.C. Today he writes passionately about transportation, sustainability, concerns of our modern-day world, and the intrigue of the human condition.
With spiraling inflation and supply chain chaos already stretching from one end of Canada to another, a deadline is approaching that will create further havoc and difficulties in the already compromised Trucking industry.  On Tuesday, November 23 U.S. President Biden's...
What is the cost of freedom?  In Canada, we are fortunate to carry on our day-to-day lives with the greatest of freedoms and opportunities. How often do we stop and wonder why or what has enabled us to have this...
The “Supply Chain” is affecting us all. Demand for goods is on the rise, getting them delivered is essential for our economy. Again the importance of the trucking industry has come under the focus. Trucking driving has suddenly become...
Slowly our economy and the global economy are starting to roll and gather speed. The wheels of the recovery, however, are slowed by missing spokes. Supply chain issues are affecting almost everything. In Canada, supply issues are holding back...
For greater success, do companies want happy customers or happy employees? Evidence points that most successful companies need both. Oxford University published a study in October 2019 about happiness and productivity in the workplace and found that workers are 13%...
Some wonder, will this COVID pandemic rollercoaster ride ever end? The past year and a half have been chaotic for everyone. Hopefully, we will be able to put the worst of the pandemic behind us soon. But we know...
This May a NY Times headline exclaimed, "Cyberattack Forces a Shutdown of a Top U.S. Pipeline". It was the Colonial Pipeline, (which carries 45% of East Coast fuel) who were hit by a ransomware attack. Colonial acknowledged that its...
Airline and travel companies around the globe eagerly await a post-pandemic travel boom. As more arms receive needle jabs of vaccine, many yet are not double vaccinated and therefore at risk to themselves and others. It has become vitally...
National headlines were made on Tuesday, April 27, when a medical team of 3 doctors and 6 nurse volunteers landed by military transport in Toronto from Newfoundland. Ontario’s COVID overwhelmed health care system is seeking outside help from other...
Earth Day 2021 marked a turning point for renewable green energy globally. Canada already sources 60% of its electricity from renewable green energy. Water has provided us with abundant power and in the future, Canada will further benefit from...

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