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Will climate refugees in Canada finally spur action on climate change?

July 22, 2015 12:23 pm
Will climate refugees in Canada finally spur action on climate change?

Photo Credit: Eric Wüstenhagen Ryan Meili and Mahli Brindamour A young child arrives at the hospital emergency room in respiratory distress, his asthma worsened by smoke exposure. An elder has uncontrolled blood pressure because there wasn’t time to get her medications when the evacuation orders came through. Scabies and other illnesses related […]

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History, Religion, Geography and Great Food: Majestic Israel Has It All

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History, Religion, Geography and Great Food: Majestic Israel Has It All

To even attempt to adequately describe Israel is, to put it mildly, a daunting task. While well-known images of the country abound, absolutely nothing can prepare you for the complete amazement or the unexpected emotions you may feel as you explore this magnificent country. Whether you are religious or not, […]

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Canada’s Development is Dependant on Relationships

July 21, 2015 3:05 pm
Canada’s Development is Dependant on Relationships

Canada would not be the country it is today without the help and influence of other countries around the world. Canada develops its relationships in unique ways in order to grow and become a key player in the world. One of the most significant relationships is obviously the Canada-China friendship […]

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Take a Look Inside Jordan Clayton

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Take a Look Inside Jordan Clayton

“Toxoplasmic Encephalitis,” Oil on Linen, 127 x 132, 2015. If you stepped into Jordan Clayton’s studio, it might take you a minute to find anything out of place. The room in his Toronto apartment has just about everything you’d expect. There’s a wall with giant canvases leaning against it, brushes, […]

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