تداول الفوركس الذهبي The finale of the Tar Sands Diplomat podcast just went on iTunes! Thanks to everyone who has been listening along through Macgregor’s 27 episodes of Brussels intrigue and adventure.
فوركس For the record, purchase here are the political interviews we did with the four party leaders and prominent Yukon opinion leaders in the run up to the 2016 territorial election. Thanks to Chris McNutt and the Northwestel Community Channel for putting Yukon political issues on the screen!
ثنائي يوتيوب استراتيجية الخيار It’s been fun doing interviews, reading the reviews on Amazon.ca and watching the clicks and listens from around the world to the podcast version via iTunes and Soundcloud.
موقع الثنائيات Thanks to everyone for their support. I’m glad folks are enjoying the story!
تجارة الذهب بنك الراجحي Tomorrow Episode 11 of the podcast goes out. It’s the moment Macgregor has been dreading: the touchdown in Brussels of the Can Do Canada trade mission!
إشارات حرة خيار ثنائي Woohoo! Just received the first box of Tar Sands Diplomat from the printer.
شريط اسعار سوق الاسهم السعودي I started work on this during my chemotherapy-induced vacation from my day 192.168.1.254 job over a decade ago. I survived the cancer, but needed to get this project done before I died of something else!
Now I’m booking some time in the podcast cave to make an audio version in time for the official launch. Will keep you posted.
We just received word that a US school district has selected Read Side By Side’s program including Aurore of the Yukon for all its Grade 4 classrooms next Fall. Over There are hundreds or may be thousands game titles for Sony mobdro app available to be downloaded from the internet. Is it illegal www youtube.com/activate 1000 students will be learning about the Klondike gold rush, the Chilkoot Trail and how to deal with the likes of Soapy Smith!
Way to go, Aurore! More news to come soon.
Woohoo! Good news from the Canadian Community Newspaper Association 2016 awards:
From the Yukon News: “The newspaper also received a first-place win for best coverage of the arts. That included a story from Ashley Joannou about long range tv antenna 200 miles the Yukon Arts Centre’s aging sound system, Joel Krahn’s photo page of the William Graham gathering in Whitehorse, Keith Halliday’s review of a Shakespeare play and Maura Forrest’s story on an arts exhibit on hunting.”
Kudos to Ashley, Joel and Maura … I feel like a guy who played just one shift but still got to be in the photo vivavideo pc with the cup.
Here is the review of the Guild’s fine production of Shakespeare is Back in Town, updated with modern Yukon costuming and dialog!