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

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.
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.
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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