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Years of looking down

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I was working out the other day doing step ups. This is an exercise that I have been doing for the past two years. Starting with no weights and working my way up to what I believe to be more than enough weights. It has been pointed out to me when I work out is that I constantly look down. At every session I am reminded that I need to look up as this will increase the effectiveness of my workout. I can’t. I simply can’t look at myself and watch me as I drive forward, as I improve myself and grow stronger. And this time, at this workout

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A journey of self-worth

Growing up in Canada was a great blessing for me. I had a wonderful childhood, was blessed with parents who infused me with pride and a desire to succeed and challenge myself. My father faced every opportunity with a level of positivity and drive that was unfathomable. My mother, who was much more conservative, forsake some dreams to raise her daughters, challenging us to want more, to strive for more than we were expected to want and to carry ourselves with pride and respect every day. And yet I lacked a sense of self-worth that many to this

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The holidays can be stressful – returns shouldn’t be

Over the holidays, Purolator expects to move 23 million packages, representing millions of promises made by businesses to their customers. Needless to say, the holidays are a busy time for Canadian businesses, including Purolator. The busy period will continue once the holidays end as the product returns season begins.

Many businesses and consumers are left with unwanted products and gifts after the holidays. Waiting in a long line at the mall to return gifts? Not high on most customers’ list of favourite things to do. Purolator wants to ensure

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Canadian small businesses fuel our economy

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As Small Business Month wraps up, I thought it was important to reflect on the important role small businesses play in Canada.

At Purolator, we know it’s important to honour and recognize the significant contributions small businesses make. Small businesses alone account for 77 per cent of private jobs in our country.
On average, 150,000 new small businesses are created in Canada each year, creating hundreds of thousands of jobs.

When you look at these stats, it’s clear we need small businesses to grow

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