Month: November 2021

E-cigarette companies are actively attracting young people to try vaping by using various marketing tactics. Canadian vaping suppliers promoting their products on traditional media, such as radio and television, they also go where the young people are, such as recreational events and venues, retail shops, and the internet.
It’s hard to doubt the marketing ploys because, to date, e-cigarette enjoy the spotlight of being among the most known tobacco products among the younger generation.
Good Vaping Marketing Ploys

Are you ready for the biggest October movie extravaganza in Canada? I thought you should. The upcoming October 2021 issue of Star Cineplex Magazine will have all the movie-related content you’ve been looking for.
It is that time of year again when the cool autumn breeze is in the air, and all you want to do is watch a good movie. Luckily for you, we are here to help. We have got an exciting new issue of Star Cineplex Magazine coming out on October 1st with everything you need to know about movies this fall. Whether it’s the newest blockbuster or one of our classic favorites, there will be something great for everyone on …

It’s been a long wait, but the first batch of new movies from 2020 will be hitting your screens in 2021. The studios have finally put their differences aside and agreed on a new system for licensing, which should allow more films to be released every year.
Hollywood has been around for a long time, and it continues to be relevant. Movies are one of the major sources of entertainment in the world today, which explains why Hollywood is constantly releasing new movies every year. The number of theatres that show new releases is also increasing.
The Supervillains of Suicide Squad reappearance is one of the many new movies …

Surge Energy has struck a deal to acquire Fire Sky Energy. This is a very good deal for Surge, which is a company that specializes in buying smaller rivals and/or assets from bigger companies. If the two operations and customer bases are compatible and if the price is right, it might make sense to manage them together.
The proposed transaction is to issue 11.2 million shares and assume net debt of about $3 million, thus increasing the company’s land holdings, production, and reserves by a factor of three. The transaction is expected to be completed within two months. After this deal, Surge expects to have a lot of concentrated…

Firoz Patel was found guilty in the US back in July 2020 due to certain cases. A company he set up in the United Arab Emirates is included in the Pandora Papers files.
Rogue Montreal-based money transfer mogul Firoz Patel boarded a flight to the United Arab Emirates on April 8, 2017, as American and Canadian experts advanced inquiries into his actions.
Leaked documents obtained by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists as part of the worldwide Pandora Papers investigation reveal the trail of Patel’s offshore account. More than 600 journalists in 117 countries and territories worked together to search …

Oil prices increased this fall to territory not seen in seven years. According to experts, a jump in global demand and a lack of spare production capacity could mean that crude oil worth US$100 per barrel could become a reality.
As oil prices increase, the demand for new, efficient technologies drops. The world is now flooded with oil that is no longer profitable. Innovators are scrambling to create Earth-friendly solutions that the world wants and needs.
Oil prices have increased due to the low supply of oil. Prices have been at the highest level since basically 2014, which was the initial big crash that affected the …

Over the past week, the bestseller list for nonfiction books by Indigenous writers is now dominated by Indigenous authors. Recently, the best reads have been Jesse Wente’s “Unreconciled” (which includes his account of dealing with the death of his sister).
Wente’s memoir/manifesto focuses on his life as a Canadian-born black man. He has written a number of powerful essays about reconciliation, diversity, and equity. An indigenous filmmaker and critic, Wente writes about how he began making movies, his views on contemporary indigenous issues, and why it is important for them to be depicted on the big screen.
There are …