Monthly Archives: December 2013

Governance (Critical Blog) – 2nd blog September 23 – Oct 28 correction

Governance is said to be one of the most important factors in eliminating poverty and promoting development. Governance is best defined as the process or action of governing an organization to enhance the importance of decisions and further better the … Continue reading

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Creative Response – Crisis of Identity in Canada

On November 26, 2013, the NHL signed its largest broadcast contract to date. Rogers Communications Inc. agreed to a 12-year, $5.2 billion Canadian TV and Multimedia contract that will give them full rights to all NHL games. In addition Rogers … Continue reading

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Rogers Changing NHL Broadcasting Rights Game

As many of you have probably heard by now, Rogers communication has bought the broadcasting rights for the National Hockey League for the next 12 years. There are many aspects of this deal that will have major consequences on both … Continue reading

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Officials Erred in Mix-Up Near End of Giants Game

It feels like I am always the one to dispute officiating errors, but as these issues continue to increase, perhaps my views will be taken into better consideration. On the most recent episode of Sunday Night Football, the Giants and … Continue reading

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coming out of the closest to being a role model

Tom Daley, who is a British Olympic Gold Medalist Diver just announced today through a youtube video that he is now in a relationship with a man. With the video now have well over 2 million views in less than … Continue reading

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NBA fines Knicks’ Smith for inappropriate Twitter rant (Creative Response)

In 2009, the NBA instituted a policy regarding twitter and other social media sites, banning players from using them before, during, and after games. No cell phones or other communication devices can be used within 45minutes before game time, and … Continue reading

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Teams need to get serious with criminal players

This fall the intersection of sports and criminal behaviour have mixed again and sadly teams and schools seem to lack the integrity to take a stand. In October Colorado Avalanche starting goalie was arrested for brutally attacking his girlfriend, while … Continue reading

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