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Spring 2013 | Articles

The Need to Connect Online: Associates, Principals and the H...

What is the first thing that comes to mind when considering the associate/principal hiring process? Overwhelmingly, I have found that the common answer to this question is frustration. Dentists are fortunate to have bucked the universal unemployment trend due to … READ MORE >

Spring 2013 | Articles

Making The Move To Canada…Are You Ready?

For those practicing in the United States, is it time to get out of the downpour of the past and ongoing U.S. financial storm? Whatever your reasons, making the move to Canada for lifestyle and professional reasons will be worth … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


Thinking Ahead, Looking Back

Being semi-retired has its perks, and the main one, as of late (besides trying out the many flavours of coffee, leisurely walks or of course shopping) has been… reflection.  Looking back on life and career can be an arduous, caffeine-consuming … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


A Veterinarians’s View from Mid Career

Dr. Robert Lofsky is a veterinarian in mid career.  He was an associate veterinarian for ten years in Toronto and Hamilton.  Three years ago, he opened the Wilmot animal Clinic in Kitchener.  He currently employs an animal care graduate (Alan … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


Dentistry, Science and Compliance

Dr. Joseph Zeisler graduated from the university of Toronto, Dental College, in 1986 and like all dentists has a very strong science background.  Unlike many dentists, he continues to pursue his passion for science and research while operating a dental … READ MORE >

Summer 2012 | Articles


Caregivers, the Old, the Ill and their Pets

This issue brings newcomer contributor Karen Henderson to our pages.  Her article entitled My Dad and My Dog is a heart-felt account about a daughter caring for her elderly father and the dog that revealed much about the behaviour of … READ MORE >