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Colour is a magical element that gives feeling and emotion to art, design, and advertising. By understanding colour meaning, (or the psychology of colour) you can choose the right colour to support and emphasize your design.
Manitoba’s NDP government has unveiled plans to crack down on fatty foods in schools and harmful phosphates in rivers and lakes.
Change is inevitable. The current economic situation, while frustrating to many, is not new.
The potato chip bandit case has crumbled. Six months after Thunder Bay police charged four people in connection with the theft of snacks from an Old Dutch delivery truck, charges were dropped against three individuals.
Cadbury Schweppes PLC appeared to end months of speculation about the future of its U.S. beverage business, announcing in mid-October it would spin off the maker of Snapple and Dr Pepper rather than sell it.
Why do governments do the things they do? And why do we cry out in seeming helplessness when some government takes a specific action that seems to fly in the face of reality? Such is the case when we see the government of British Columbia trying to enact its “policy on health food in public facilities.”
Fun Expo will make a bold move as part of a new strategic initiative by moving their fall show into the Spring to co-locate with the Amusement Showcase International (ASI) beginning in 2009.
The Pepsi Bottling Group is eliminating 150 managers and 550 hourly rated jobs in the United States, Canada and other countries.
Trading in Cott Corp. shares was halted April 13 after the Wall Street Journal reported the Canadian soda pop maker is in talks with private-equity investors about a merger with Cadbury Schweppes’s beverage division.
Ralph Coppola, president of Innovative Concepts in Entertainment Inc. (ICE), announced last month that the company will double its initial production run on its newly licensed ticket redemption game, Deal or No Deal.
Quite a while back, Greg Suitor shared the best description of the vending industry with me. He said the industry was, in essence, just the model of delivery for products the consumers have demonstrated a desire for.
You know something interesting is happening when the subject of your interview pauses from answering questions to talk to a few inquiring minds.
At this time of year, the mood always swings to one of sentimentality. Little things become more important, and our minds wander to moments of reflection.
As it tries to regain a strong presence at home, Vancouver-based Clearly Canadian is also trying to make a difference outside the country.  The company said it will partner with Global Water, a U.S. non-profit organization dedicated to establishing safe water supplies in developing countries.
PepsiCo and the National Hockey League said they have signed a multiyear deal giving Pepsi exclusive North American rights in the beverage, sports beverage, bottled water and snack categories, as well as select marketing and promotional rights. Financial terms of the deal, which began July 1, were not disclosed.

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