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Terminal City Times – January 2018

By Carolyn Johnson | January 4, 2018

Click here to read the January issue of Terminal City Times! Dear Fellow Members, Happy New Year, and welcome to 2018. You have survived the holiday season and lived to tell about it! You may now exhale. January can mark the beginning of many new things – and an exercise regime is a proven winner Read More

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Terminal City Times – November 2017

By Carolyn Johnson | November 1, 2017

Click here to read the November issue of Terminal City Times! In his ode “To Autumn”, John Keats wrote: “Seasons of mists and mellow fruitfulness, Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun”. And with that in mind, crisp mornings and brightly coloured leaves are at their peak; winter can’t be far off. As much as we Read More

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Terminal City Times – October 2017

By Carolyn Johnson | October 2, 2017

Click here to read the October issue of Terminal City Times! Here we are, at October already. Our fiscal year has officially ended, and a new one begins. Those last lingering patio days are slipping away, but fear not – there is much indoor fun to anticipate in the coming weeks. Thanks to all of Read More

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Feature Member of the Month: Shafin Tejani

By TCC | September 2, 2017

Since creating his first business venture at age 19, Mr. Shafin Diamond Tejani has launched 40 start-ups in 24 countries, employed more than 350 people, and generated over $100 million in annual revenues through his company, Victory Square Labs. Despite this and the long list of accolades (including Canadian Angel Investor of the Year, Top Read More

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Terminal City Times – September 2017

By TCC | August 31, 2017

Click here to read the September issue of Terminal City Times! For many, the arrival of Labour Day marks the beginning of the unofficial “New Year,” as kids return to school, the throngs of downtown tourists diminish, and those lazy summer days start to make way for the brisk productivity of fall. But if you are Read More

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