Sunday, March 25, 2012

OSM: Nagano Conducts Strauss and Brahms

I went to another sold out MSO concert. It was an evening of Strauss and Brahms. The music and the orchestra were glorious! KENT NAGANO, conductor BORIS BEREZOVSKY, piano NEAL GRIPP, OSM principal viola BRIAN MANKER, OSM principal cello R. STRAUSS, Don Quixote BRAHMS, Piano Concerto No. 2

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Jen said...


Owing note of thanks for Canada’s banks

Mulroney finance minister set up stable system

By Alim Merali, Freelance May 1, 2010 8:35 AM

“Some also laud Paul Martin’s role as finance minister in the Chretien era. Canada’s banks, they speculate, might have taken on Wall Streetstyle risks had they been allowed to merge. He also firmly resisted pressures to deregulate even in the boom years, while many others loosened up their rules on banks.

But for the most important lessons, we need to look further into history. Michael Wilson, finance minister in the Mulroney years, made three fateful decisions in 1987 that set up our banks for stability today.

First, Wilson…….”

Read more- it is very interesting

Dr Roy, I searched the edmonton Journal on this article but no go. Can you contact either the on the full story or the author for the full story

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