So long as government issues flip-flopping travel policies, people will make plans despite the pandemic
Author: Gerard Lucyshyn
Experienced Lecturer In Economics with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Nonprofit Organizations, Budgeting, Business Planning, Analytical Skills, and Program Evaluation. Strong education professional with a Master of Arts (MA) focused in Economics from Carleton University.
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