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A Solution To Coronavirus Lay-Offs

Coronavirus Lay-Offs With the recent public health pandemic and fear over the Coronavirus, many companies are seeking out opportunities to cut costs, recover losses, and possibly shut down operations. This, obviously, is becoming a major loss to employees across North America. As people start searching for work grows with the spread of the virus itself, […]

Join Us In Helping Australia’s Firefighters

Like you, we’ve spent the last few weeks paralyzed with helplessness as we watched the bushfire disaster unfold in Australia. Since our last post on the fires, conditions have improved, but not before even more devastation struck communities and wildlife across the continent. At least 32 people have died and the fires have destroyed about […]

Australia’s Wildfires: This is What Climate Change Looks Like 

Australian summers used to be what dreams were made of: long, lazy days on the beach or by the pool, backyard barbecues, or hiking adventures with friends and family. But this recent summer has become a bone-melting nightmare: where we find schools, campgrounds and workplaces shut down because of catastrophic fire danger, Australians seeking refuge […]

Everything, Anytime – Even The Extreme! An Interview With The Amazing Carbone

It was a misty fall day, the perfect setting for our interview with “The Amazing Carbone”. A champion of Ruckify, Joseph Carbonetto is the owner of Intenseffex and is Stittsville’s resident spook show mastermind.  Paige and I stood outside Joseph’s remarkable house, wondering what sort of adventure we had gotten ourselves into. After a long […]

Why Is “Community Renting” The Future?

“If you want to have a permanent impact on your garage and the environment, the answer is quite simple: stop buying more stuff and Ruckify the things you don’t need,” what is community renting? In an average household, a family has an accumulative 200,000 items in their home… that’s a lot of stuff. Over 50% […]

Rebuilding The Earth’s Lungs Ten Trees At A Time

Neri dos Santos Silva, right, watches an encroaching fire in Nova Santa Helena, Brazil, on Friday, August 23. Photo by Leo Correa Fires continue to blaze across the rainforest For weeks now, forest fires have been burning across Brazil’s Amazon rainforest. Although typically a normal occurrence in the dry season, these fires are much worse than […]