The Spring 2010 at

Projects for Spring 2010 are many! will continue to encourage quality in the arts be it music, writing, film or other areas. Our priority will be given to books that open spirit over the obstacles of life, events of art and artists whose talent is exceptional as a society without artists is a society without soul! greatly appreciates the discoveries in technology and it will continue to monitor very closely all developments to occur in the Internet domain. Never before society has undergone as much freedom of expression, and democracy itself, since the advent of Internet. Some experts claim that we are at the dawn of the technological age. The future would be even more exciting and revolutionary of what we have seen so far!
-Miss-X is very concerned about the injustices and we will report about events or situations where injustice is crying either in politics, business or simply in terms of daily life. will support several public campaigns including the one put forward among others by Montreal violinist Sylvie Harvey in order to free the French woman Florence Cassez who is imprisoned in Mexico following a political plot. (See website Florence Cassez) will continue to advertise certain cultural activities including those of poet and songwriter Louis Royer, who organizes the shows “Les rendez-vous de la Chanson vivante” presented every Sunday night in Montreal. (See official website)
-The creator of Bernard Bujold hopes to find a solution about his search for a new job but he is not alone in facing such a challenge. Websites linked to individual job search will attract the attention of including the one of journalist Lisa Johnson Mandell and the one of Stewart Bacon a renowned film producer out of work for almost two years. We will also watch the developments in the labor dispute at the Journal Montreal. The conclusion of the lockout will set the tone for the future of all workers in information and this no matter what the media group for which they work.
See site Lisa Johnson Mandell
View site Stewart Bacon
See site Rue Frontenac
See site Bernard Bujold
-Finally, we remain open to your suggestions! Feel free to write us, to respond to our texts and join us in this wonderful adventure of life in the world of Internet!
(Photo’s team and subjects coverage)

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