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New Office Assistant!

by: Heather on 08/28/2008
Posted in: Events

This post is to welcome our new office assistant (and also to ensure that our blog meets its quota of cute kitty pictures)! Welcome Mango!

Yes, that was an action shot, and no, it did not end well for the plant... Thanks to Jean for the great photo!

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Back in Action!

by: Heather on 08/08/2008
Posted in: Events

We're back to blogging after our short hiatus - thanks for sticking around (or coming back)!

Here are a couple of thoughts after my trip to the UK (where I just spent 2 weeks visiting family).

Living in Canada we are very much in the shadow of the US, and most of our impressions of current events (the recession, the housing crisis, soaring fuel …

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Warning - Quiet Blog Ahead!

by: Heather on 06/26/2008
Posted in: Events

Over the next 2 weeks or so posting will be light here as I will be out of the office. Comments are open, so feel free to post any news in the comment thread.

We'll be back in mid-July, but you can subscribe to our RSS feed so you'll be notified automatically when we're back up and running.

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New Society Enters New Phase

by: Heather on 06/09/2008
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We have an announcement!

Ahem...

New Society Publishers is excited to announce our new alliance with the Douglas & McIntyre Publishing Group (D&M). D&M is one of Canada's largest independent book publishers, with offices in both Toronto and Vancouver. It includes the publishing imprints Douglas & McIntyre and Greystone Books and is also the …

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What are you doing with your Climate Action Dividend?

by: Heather on 06/03/2008
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If you live in British Columbia, you probably know that we're all supposed to get a $100 Climate Action Dividend, the stated purpose of which is to help us make lifestyle changes to reduce our use of fossil fuels, and to offset the upcoming carbon tax. As the payout looms closer and closer (projected to arrive sometime in June), it's a good time …

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