Monthly Archives: April 2012

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Climate Change Affecting the Health of Inuit Communities

In the beginning of this course, we studied communities in the Canadian arctic and how they are affected by climate change. I was still curious about the different ways climate affected Canadians who live in the far north, so I … Continue reading

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Hello Spring Time!

As a Canadian the beginning of spring is something I look forward to every year. It is a fresh beginning and allows us to leave many of the hassles of winter behind such shoveling and scraping the car windows, the … Continue reading

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Taking Action to Reduce Poverty.

Do Canadian currency have a billion dollar as a Canadian bill? Since I came to Canada from four years ago I never heard that; however, as I read if we do not take an action on climate change, that could … Continue reading

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The Sum

Living in Southern Ontario I am privileged enough to see and experience 4 different seasons every year. Winter, spring, summer and fall all heavily influence my daily activities. In the winter time I am forced to shovel my driveway and … Continue reading

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Super Car

Last summer Nissan released there new 100 percent electric running car called the Nissan Leaf, LEAF stands for leading, environmentally friendly, affordable, family car. ┬áMore than 22,000 leafs are now being driven worldwide, it seems as though these reliable cars … Continue reading

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Nissan Leaf

This is potentially one of the greatest commercials I have ever seen

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