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The journal provides an opportunity for intellectuals to share their vision on particular subject or results of specific research with other intellectuals no matter where author is living in moment of submission of his work as well as no matter of subject except war and racism propaganda.

Founded by the Alliance of Technology and Science Specialists of Toronto Inc. (ATSS) in 2004 is the Canadian website providing professional content for specialists in various professional fields of art and science, such as scientific researches, innovations, practices results, artistic works, literature works, etc. in any creation activity.

The goal of the journal is to meet information needs of the intellectual people, different types of businesses, government officials, and any kind of society to provide a range of useful products of interest to any specific group of population.