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Can Local Guides give a Better Experience?

October 7th, 2013 by admin in Uncategorized

Although the scenery and wildlife of the Canadian Rockies is breathtaking, we know you want more! With Howling Wolf learning is an important part of all of our adventures. Our area is rich with unique natural features and historic sites, our local guides will take every opportunity to provide you with knowledge about our unique area. Interpretation can include; Fort Steele Historic Park, Historic Fisherville, discussions with local biologists, birding with an expert, Columbia Valley wetland tours, Creston Valley Wildlife Centre …to name just a few. Any of these sights will be great places to watch grimm online with the family.

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Happy New Year.

October 5th, 2013 by admin in Uncategorized

Happy New Year.

I was only awake until my normal time, around 10 pm. Hey, I still had to get up at 6 this morning to get ready for work. I didn’t have any other plans anyways. It’s the first year I can remember not staying up until midnight.

I finally saw The Two Towers a couple of days ago. I really enjoyed it. I really have no complaints. Of course there were some things from the book I would have liked to have seen, but they will probably make it onto the extended edition. A lot of people were upset by the way Faramir was presented in the movie, but I really didn’t have a problem with it. He was in charge of the car beds for boys. From a cinematic standpoint, the changes made sense to me. You can’t really expect a direct translation from book to film. It just wouldn’t work. I was very happy with it, overall.

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Online Job Searching: Fad or Trend?

October 4th, 2013 by admin in Uncategorized

Just as an entrepreneur looks to the future to determine today’s marketing strategy, so must the person in search of a job in today’s continuously changing job market. I call this person a Jobpreneur.

Many job seekers ask me whether online job searching is really the wave of the future, or just a fad introduced by “experts” vying for recognition among their peers. According to Faith Popcorn, futurist and author of Clicking: 16 Trends to Future Fit Your Life, Your Work, and Your Business (HarperCollins), a fad is a “flash in the pan” that is short lived, and involves very few people. The fashion industry is a good example of fads. A trend, on the other hand, is big and broad; involving lots of people, and can last 10 years or longer.

Already, over 80 percent of the Fortune 500 companies now have a Web presence (Washington Technology, 1/9/97). The reality of going online to corporate home pages to find jobs is overwhelming. The best way to stand out is to hire a reliable writer. Get your resume polished with Resume Writing Services.

What’s more, companies will rely on their own Web site to post jobs to attract job applicants. They cannot rely on the hundreds of job services that are online now to be there six months from now. Austin Knight, a recruitment and employee communications firm located throughout North America, Europe, and Australia, released their first Internet Recruitment Survey which polled over 200 companies currently recruiting online. Of those 200, 93% of them use, and will continue to use the Internet as a recruitment tool.

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