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Sarah Stenabaugh

Sarah Stenabaugh is a former journalist and current communications intern at MDB Insight. She is currently working towards completing her Graduate Public Relations Certificate at Mohawk College. She has an Honours B.A in Anthropology from the University of Waterloo and a Master of Journalism degree from the University of British Columbia.

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Articles Posted by Sarah Stenabaugh

Move over Mars, Venus means business

With all this talk about technology disruption and its affect on virtually every industry and job, another type of disruption has been flying under the More...

World Bank report on rising water scarcity a wake-up call for North America

Life is dependent on water – and so is our economy. Every sector of the industry needs water. The agricultural sector needs water to grow More...

Economic value of transit could be in the millions, billions

Predictions of a car-free future could come to fruition sooner than later, as many cities are scaling back their automobile dependency. Take Paris for example, More...

Millennials have few choices in current real estate market

Canada’s real estate market has defied gravity for years and it looks like it will continue to climb in 2016. The average home in Canada More...

How families protect the financial health of cities

The growing financial insecurities of families around the globe have been fast becoming a chronic issue for many communities. As the cost of living continues More...

Are university degrees still useful?

The idea that a university degree in Canada will automatically get you a prestigious and high paying job has arguably been debunked – leading many More...

Working in 2020

What will your job look like in the future? Markedly different, according to the World Economy Forum’s recent report, ‘The Future of Jobs and Skills,’ More...

Urban forests yield high returns

Mannheim, Germany just raised the bar for urban planners as a new car-free neighbourhood is set to be developed by design firm, MVRDV. The urban More...