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Maureen and Gord Haddock, in affiliation with Get a Bigger Wagon and the Edwards School of Business, are delighted to announce the second annual Get a Bigger Wagon Young Entrepreneur Awards competition.  Young people, ages 7 to 15, who own businesses, are encouraged to submit an entry as early as September 1, 2019, and no later than December 1, 2019. There are three categories and three cash prizes (see poster below).  Requirements are simple. A... continue reading

The Get a Bigger Wagon team is very excited to launch the first Get a Bigger Wagon Young Entrepreneur Awards competition for kids aged 7 to 15. There are three categories and three cash prizes. Get a Bigger Wagon is partnering with the Edwards School of Business and the presentation to the winners will happen at the Haddock Speaker Series, sometime in the last half of January 2019. The celebration event will be a chance for entrepreneurs, of all ages, to meet and learn from ea... continue reading

Awards Celebration, 2017 Maureen Haddock was one of five University of Saskatchewan, College of Education alumni to receive a 2016 Education Wall of Honour Award. Dr. Michelle Prytula, Dean of Education, presented Maureen with her award for her involvement in business and philanthropy. Maureen spoke about her journey outside of the regular classroom, expla... continue reading

On January 6, 2017, author Maureen Haddock featured her third book, With Love, From Iraq in Bridges in The Star Phoenix, and in QC in The Leader Post. After a strong 2016, where the book enjoyed 18 consecutive weeks on the McNally Robinson Booksellers bestseller list, it reappeared for the first three weeks of January, and has appeared several times since. Maureen is grateful for this opportunity to reach new readers. ... continue reading

Author Maureen Haddock's latest book, With Love, From Iraq, tells the story of Wajid and Maysoon Toma. Wajid and Maysoon are successful, happy Canadians who came to Saskatoon from Iraq with no money, no knowledge of English, and three small children. Wajid is a skilled hair stylist and had owned his own business, in Iraq, at the age of fourteen. The book offers the reader a love story, an escape story, and a recipe for becoming Canadian. ... continue reading

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