The desk in Evagoras Vryonides' Toronto office is in a nearly constant state of organized clutter. Mr. Vryonides faces two wobbly rows of staple-bound printouts, layered between un-cracked National Geographics, letters, reports, and newspaper articles on his desk. He sighs, and explains his backdated filing system as he points to each stack. "This is week one, week two, three, four and week five. Here, the work piles up very easily because I have many hats."