The Sept. 23 – Oct. 6, 2019, edition of Brian Cormier’s Weekly Update is out!

Click here for this week’s newsletter. To subscribe, please fill out the form in the upper right-hand corner of my website. In this week’s edition:
– YouTube creators facing changes which could radically change their channels – and their income
– E-cigarettes lose huge retailer in U.S.
– TV reboots continue to grow in volume
– Fashion trend gone wrong: Hoodies being sold with bullet holes
– Jewish group asks that offensive sign language gesture be changed
– No joke: The Far Side comic strip returning
– What you need to know about Cannabidiol – or CBD oil
– War on plastic continues: Burger King drops plastic toys in U.K.
– September book giveaway: Rock Recipes
– 2019 Greater Moncton Sunrise Rotary Dinner & Movie for a Year draw
… and quotes of the week, photo of the week, trivia, links to interesting articles and more!

The Sept. 16-22, 2019, edition of Brian Cormier’s Weekly Update is out!

Click here for this week’s newsletter. To subscribe, please fill out the form in the upper right-hand corner of my website. In this week’s edition:
– KitKat getting rid of plastic packaging in favour of paper
– U.K. political ads had altered BBC headline
– Samsung uses missing iPhone 11 camera feature to get Apple fans to jump ship to Note 10
– Canadian wild boars set to invade U.S.
– Man behind (literally) Rusty and Jerome dies
– A new twist on home renovation shows: murder houses
– Debate: Do tattoos hurt your career?
– Google Earth solves mystery of missing man
– September book giveaway: Rock Recipes
– 2019 Greater Moncton Sunrise Rotary Dinner & Movie for a Year draw
… and quotes of the week, photo of the week, trivia, links to interesting articles and more!

 

The Sept. 9-15, 2019, edition of Brian Cormier’s Weekly Update is out!

Click here for this week’s newsletter. To subscribe, please fill out the form in the upper right-hand corner of my website. In this week’s edition:
– Latest buzz phrase in cannabis marketing: “Affordable luxury”
– What is clickbait and why does it work so well?
– They’re magically ingenious: Lucky Charms marshmallows
– Why you can smell fall in the air
– Fake extra virgin olive oil is a thing!
– What’s coming and going at Netflix Canada in September
– Trending in fashion: Big toe shoes
– September book giveaway: Rock Recipes
– 2019 Greater Moncton Sunrise Rotary Dinner & Movie for a Year draw
– Next Rotary Trivia Night: Sept. 9
… and quotes of the week, photo of the week, trivia, links to interesting articles and more!

The Aug. 26 – Sept. 8, 2019, edition of Brian Cormier’s Weekly Update is out!

Click here for this week’s newsletter. To subscribe, please fill out the form in the upper right-hand corner of my website. In this week’s edition:
– 2020 Tokyo Olympics medals to be made from recycled cellphones
– Authoritarian African regime violently targets comedian
– Apple’s “premium branding” goes over-the-top with new credit card
– Apparently, pumpkin spice Spam will be a thing this fall
– Sage advice for when work turns into a dumpster fire
– City of Saskatoon gets hoodwinked by sophisticated online fraudster
– Season 3 of Netflix’s hilarious, touching and cringe-worthy series on puberty premieres on Oct. 4
– 2019 Greater Moncton Sunrise Rotary Dinner & Movie for a Year draw
– Next Rotary Trivia Night: Sept. 9
… and quotes of the week, photo of the week, trivia, links to interesting articles and more!

The Aug. 12-25, 2019, edition of Brian Cormier’s Weekly Update is out!

Click here for this week’s newsletter. To subscribe, please fill out the form in the upper right-hand corner of my website. In this week’s edition:
– Chase Bank forgives balances of all Canadian credit card holders
– Canadian Tire takes over Party City stores in Canada
– Plastic bags are on their way out permanently at Sobeys
– U.S. petition to move Halloween to the last Saturday of October
– Are generic phone chargers safe?
– Christmas ornaments targeted by retailers in crackdown on plastic
– A clowns-only screening of a horror movie sounds like fun… not!
– Hasbro moving toy manufacturing away from Chinese factories
– Sydney, Australia, bringing back trams after banning them in 1950s
… and quotes of the week, photo of the week, trivia, links to interesting articles and more!