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Canadian Evangelical A.B. Simpson has delivered many iconic sermons on deepening our religious life and the healing character of faith. In Days of Heaven Upon Earth, Simpson applies these two concepts in one book. He offers us some thought-provoking meditations on every day of the year, so we can better incorporate religion in every moment of our lives. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Matthew Coles. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/yurt/000178/bk_yurt_000178_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Sahar Biniaz born 1986 is an Iranian Canadian beauty pageant contestant and occasional actress. Biniaz was born in India and grew up in Iran. She resides in Vancouver, B.C., where she began to compete in beauty pageants representing Canada, including winning 1st runner-up in Miss Universe Canada. A beauty contest, or beauty pageant, is a competition based mainly on the physical beauty of its contestants, although such contests often incorporate personality, talent, and answers to judges' questions as judged criteria. The phrase almost invariably refers only to contests for women, similar events for men are called by other names and are more likely to be "body building" contests. Winners of beauty contests are often called beauty queens.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Robert "Bob" Boyer (July 20, 1948 August 30, 2004) was a Canadian visual artist and university professor of aboriginal heritage. He was a Métis Cree artist known for his politically charged abstract paintings. Boyer grew up in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and earned a BEd from the Regina Campus of the University of Saskatchewan in 1971. He joined the Saskatchewan arts community in 1973 and worked on community programming at the Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina until the mid-1970s. He was then a professor of Indian Fine Arts at the Saskatchewan Indian Federated College ("SIFC") (now First Nations University of Canada), a federated college of the University of Saskatchewan, Regina Campus, later the University of Regina, until 1997. During his time at the SIFC, Boyer acted as the Head of the Department of Indian Fine Arts. Boyer's early paintings use material such as acrylics, paper, and canvas. The earliest paintings are realistic, but he soon embarked on an effort to incorporate an abstract style in his work.
Heart disease remains the leading cause of illness,disability, and death among Canadian women. Heart attack, the majormedical emergency of the cardiovascular system, accounts for almosthalf of these deaths yearly. At present, little is known aboutemotional recovery in younger women after heart attack and limitedtherapeutic support is available to women in current models ofcardiac rehabilitation. In this book, Bowers uses an innovative andtherapeutic group approach, Guided Autobiography, to understand therecovery experiences of six women after heart attack. Engaged in aweekly practice of reflection, writing and group dialogue,participantsbegan to incorporate their illness experience intotheir lives. Beckoning the Heart provides readers with an intimateview and analysis of the stories, emotional themes and meaningmaking that emerged through this transformative group experience.This book is essential reading for all women who have survived aheart attack or other cardiac event and for those people who carefor them including family members, medical professionals,psychologists, and researchers.
The idea of a knowledge ecosystem is an approach to knowledge management which claims to foster the dynamic evolution of knowledge interactions between entities to improve decision-making and innovation through improved evolutionary networks of collaboration. In contrast to purely directive management efforts that attempt either to manage or direct outcomes, knowledge ecosystems espouse that knowledge strategies should focus more on enabling self-organization in response to changing environments. The suitability between knowledge and problems confronted defines the degree of "fitness" of a knowledge ecosystem. Articles discussing such ecological approaches typically incorporate elements of complex adaptive systems theory. Known implementation considerations of knowledge ecosystem include the Canadian Government.
This dissertation investigates the causes and consequences of the goodwill reporting choices made by Canadian firms following the adoption of revised standards on purchased goodwill in 2002. First, I show that transitional goodwill impairment losses are associated with managers' incentives to both overstate and understate them. Furthermore, independent board of directors and audit committees act as a constraint on Canadian managers' goodwill reporting choices to ensure that the economic value of goodwill is better reflected in financial statements. Second, I show that investors perceive goodwill as an asset, and goodwill impairment losses as sufficiently reliable measurements of a reduction in the value of goodwill to incorporate them in their valuation assessments. Finally, I show that transitional goodwill impairment losses were impounded in stock prices prior to 2002. Overall, the empirical evidence contained in the dissertation is consistent with SFAS 142/Section 3062 improving the quality of the financial information on goodwill provided in the financial statements.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Xavier Rudd is an Australian singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. He was born in 1978 and grew up in Torquay, Victoria. He attended St. Joseph's College, Geelong. He has developed a strong reputation for playing live performances at musical festivals and concerts in Australia and in North America. His following is particularly strong in Australia and in Canada, where he has recorded several albums. Many of Rudd's songs incorporate socially conscious themes, such as environmentalism and the rights of Aboriginal peoples. In addition to playing the didgeridoo in many of his songs, he has also included both Australian and Canadian Aboriginal vocals in some of his songs.