April 2022

Logical LogisticsBuilding Sustainability into Supply Chains

Logical Logistics

Building Sustainability into Supply Chains

The Silk Road, which linked China, Western Asia, Persia, Central Asia and Europe, is an early example of a supply chain, used to transport jade and bronze, and later precious Chinese cloth. Much like spice trade routes, this supply chain saw products like black pepper, cinnamon, turmeric and star anise travel thousands of miles before reaching their final destination. It is interesting to consider how challenges of logistics have been so deeply ingrained in our society.

The Money In HoneyThe Buzz Around Bees

The Money In Honey

The Buzz Around Bees

Check out any local farmer’s market this season and you’ll be sure to find at least one stand devoted to all things bee-related: candles, waxed food wraps, soap, lip balms, and of course, honey. You can’t help liking these little guys who are working so hard for us.

The 25-Year LinkStrait Crossing Bridge Ltd.

The 25-Year Link

Strait Crossing Bridge Ltd.

The 12.9 km (8.9-mile) Confederation Bridge linking Prince Edward Island to the mainland is a stretch of the Trans-Canada Highway that crosses the Northumberland Strait. But that doesn’t begin to describe a structure which is the longest bridge in the world over ice covered waters.

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