Barry Finlay is a fiction and non-fiction author. In his previous life, he had an extensive career in financial management before retiring in 2004, after thirty two years with the Canadian federal government. Since retiring, he has divided his time between writing, working as a consultant on financial policy matters, travel, playing golf, climbing mountains, philanthropy and enjoying his three grandchildren. In 2009, Barry got off the couch and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro with his son, Chris. The experience of climbing Africa's highest mountain at age 60 with one of his sons, and discovering the satisfaction of reaching a goal and ...
You wouldn't grow bananas indoors in New York or Toronto, would you?" - Bruce Caven - CEO of Massive Therapeutics The US cannabis market is booming, climbing to a value of $125 billion as of 2018 , and is anticipated to top $146.4 billion by the end of 2025 . With such big bucks at stake, it's little wonder why so many multibillion-dollar cannabis groups are setting up businesses across Canada and the Northern States. But all isn't quite as it seems. There are many pertinent questions to be asked. Why is ...
In a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan and legislative leaders, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said The Stronach Group would be happy to leave Pimlico Race Course as nothing more than a "fenced-in vacant lot." She blasted the track's owners after they urged construction of a "super track" at Laurel Park.
A local delegate has introduced the Parishioner Protection Act of 2019, allowing parishioners to carry firearms in houses of worship to help protect their congregations from a mass shooting. The same bill did not make it past a committee hearing last year.
A Massachusetts company that trades on the Canadian stock exchange has offered $30 million to a Frederick firm to expand its presence beyond its current Baltimore County store in a deal that challenges a regulation prohibiting such consolidation.
Maryland interim coach Matt Canada, who started his coaching career as an undergraduate at Indiana and later served on two different staffs in Bloomingtonm, returns Saturday hoping to help the Terps gain bowl eligibility.
It appears that Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist and legal resident of the United States, has been murdered in a plan likely developed and carried out by the Saudi Arabia government inside their Istanbul consulate. Why is Trump afraid to criticize Saudi Arabia?
The era of the whooping crane at the Patuxent Wildlife Research Center in Laurel is ending. The Trump administration cut the 50-year-old crane breeding program's $1.5 million budget, and by the end of the year, the birds' squawks will no longer be heard at the Patuxent Research Refuge.
Frank Stronach, founder of the company that owns Pimlico Race Course, has sued his daughter Belinda, who had taken the reins of the business in recent years. Frank is trying to wrest control from Belinda, who is expected in Baltimore in 10 days for the Maryland Million at Laurel.
he success in renegotiating NAFTA offers a useful opportunity to look back over 25 years to its first passage and its impact on one Baltimore company, Ellicott Dredges, which in 1993 unwittingly became the national poster child for NAFTA.
From the injuries to safeties Darnell Savage Jr. and Antwaine Richardson to the way Maryland interim coach Matt Canada will rotate his running backs, here are 5 things to look for from the Terps coming out of their bye week.
Freshman wide receiver Jeshaun Jones scored on a 28-yard run, caught a 65-yard TD pass from Kasim Hill and threw a 20-yard touchdown pass to Taivon Jacobs in the first half to help Maryland to 24-7 lead, but Terps saw lead chopped to 24-22 by halftime.
In his first media availability since being named Maryland's interim head coach, Matt Canada said he is still the offensive coordinator and still an assistant coach despite head coach DJ Durkin being placed on administrative leave Saturday.
Jonah Goldberg: The Trump Doctrine, in short, is simply the international relations analogue to the domestic version of Trumpism. The Big Man personifies the national will, and constraints on the national will are for suckers.