literary consultations: text and book design advice
Roy Anthony Shabla is a respected writer and bookmaker. Both his literary and design work are praised for their craftsmanship, clarity, and timelessness. He was, at one time, the youngest professional literary editor and publisher in the country. His books remain fine examples of quality literature.
Editing and text consultation ~ 15¢ per word
Book design ~ $125 per hour
art consultations: acquistion and site placement advice
Roy Anthony Shabla is a respected lecturer on fine and decorative arts, specializing in American ceramics and the mid-century aesthetic. As a feng shui master, he is regularly consulted on the selection and placement of both indoor and outdoor art. He is, himself, an artist and art collector.
Art consultation ~ $175 per hour (plus expenses)
health consultations: medical intuitive advice and wellness therapy
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MONTREAL -- The former head of largest union in the construction industry Quebec is calling for the federal government to intervene in his province's troubled construction industry.
Robert Fonbergen says in his recent speech to the Montreal Institute of Technology that in the face of wo xenical bestellen declining union support and rising costs, the government is "failing miserably" by not regulating unions across the country.
Fonbergen, who headed the union at Montreal-based Lafarge for 21 years, said in a telephone interview Wednesday that he is convinced the current government needs to do more help out the construction sector.
He said the government may need to "play a larger role" in the sector, adding that he does understand the need for a provincial "concussion."
"Our argument is very simple: We don't like the way that government is handling Quebec," he said. "The government hasn't done anything for the construction sector during whole (Quebec) Liberal regime."
The federal government has said there is nothing it can do in Quebec, including on the issue of wage agreements.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission is in the midst of a review labour market to determine if it should regulate labour.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said he wants the regulator to make a decision before 2014, after the Oct. 19 elections in province.
Fonbergen said the commission should make changes "to sure the people who are employed in construction prot