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Volume 03 Issue 09

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In this issue; Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) are having a difficult time establishing Circular Business Models because of a lack of consumer acceptance. A Canadian writer’s Humorous Rock-Star Battle story. More Public Art to explore, Ex- Diamond

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WebStamp August 8, 2018

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We all have experienced this volatily with the current Linear Economy Model “Take-Make-Use-Dispose”. With diminishing natural resources and fluctuation of supply, the cost of materials and resources for production continue to rise faster than inflation.
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Werner (Van) Harder, a visiting Canadian Artist from Winnipeg, was disappointed when the Calgary Open-Mike venue was closed and couldn’t present his work. WebStamp offered to published it given Calgarians an opportunity to enjoy his writings.
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Vera Gartley wanted to transform this dark corner with light, reflections and a story. Located in the Plus 15 between Rocky Mountain House and the Central Library at 616 MacLeod Trail We find Vera’s art Ex-Diamond. This work rifts the line between fine art and factory-produced advertisement.

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