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6 steps to becoming an SEO freelancer

6 steps to becoming an SEO freelancer

By James Donaghue Search engine optimization is an industry in demand. Millions of websites compete daily for their positions in the search engines, and a qualified and experienced SEO professional can make an enormous difference to those positions. If you know your SEO and have been thinking about [...]

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For the first time, a celebration of K-Cinema is being hosted across Canada

For the first time, a celebration of K-Cinema is being hosted across Canada

ABOVE: Best Supporting Actress winner (Minari, 2020), YOUN Yuh-Jung stars in Ladies of the Forest by director KIM Cho-hee. Date: July 1, 2021 – October 30, 2021 Website: http://kccincanada.com Organizer: The Embassy of the Republic of Korea, The Korean Cultural Centre Canada, The Consulate General [...]

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The great significance of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects to China and the world

The great significance of building a moderately prosperous society in all respects to China and the world

ABOVE: Freelancer at work in Qingyuan, Guangdong, China. (PHOTO: iSTOCK) by Cong Peiwu, Chinese Ambassador to Canada When talking about China, a topic that people often mention is “Xiaokang society” (moderately prosperous society). So what exactly is a “moderately prosperous society”? [...]

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China-Canada education cooperation benefiting from development of education in China

China-Canada education cooperation benefiting from development of education in China

ABOVE: Canadian student takes in the culture and the sites while on an educational exchange in China. by Cong Peiwu, Chinese Ambassador to Canada In May 2021, the Chinese Government announced promoting the building of “a Country Strong in Education” during the 14th five-year plan period [...]

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Trudeau and Bob Rae called out for hypocrisy/superiority complex on residential schools

Trudeau and Bob Rae called out for hypocrisy/superiority complex on residential schools

ABOVE: Prime Minister Trudeau and Canada’s UN Ambassador Bob Rae and a tribute outside of a church on the Stoney Indian Reserve in Alberta that mourns the loss of children at Canadian residential schools. (PHOTO: iStock) Editor's note: Keith Lamb is a University of Oxford graduate with an [...]

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Stone in the interior: the possibilities of application and properties

Stone in the interior: the possibilities of application and properties

by Taylor Radey Stone in the interior is not simple, but original material used in both private and public interiors. The most important task of the designer when using stone in the interior is to remember its properties in mechanical action and exposure to moisture. Natural stone in design is a living [...]

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Defence procurement: Stop the impossible and unnecessary estimations of lifecycle costs

Defence procurement: Stop the impossible and unnecessary estimations of lifecycle costs

by Laurie Hawne PC CD Canada’s first fighter acquisition program was in September 1914 when we bought the Burgess-Dunne for $5,000. The life cycle cost was pretty much zero as it was taken to Salisbury Plain and never flown. Times have certainly changed. Since then, we’ve had a few high-profile [...]

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Truth and Reconciliation – Canada’s obligation

Truth and Reconciliation – Canada’s obligation

by Marc Kealey Imagine living through the stress of being taken from your parents because government policy formalized state sanctioned welfare as better than what you had at your home? Imagine being taken away from the refuge of your own home and the people you love, whose DNA courses through your [...]

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Happy belated 80th birthday Bob Dylan

Happy belated 80th birthday Bob Dylan

by Bill Woodley I turned 80 last December, and on learning that Bob Dylan turned 80 on 24 May, I was reminded of the only time I have seen him perform live. It was in 1965, at the Newport Folk Festival. But I missed the big news story, when he shocked the folk world by “going electric”, [...]

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Sports exchanges build a bridge of friendship between China and Canada

Sports exchanges build a bridge of friendship between China and Canada

ABOVE: Ottawa Dragon Boaters use ice picks instead of paddles during Winterlude. (PHOTO: OLM STAFF) by Cong Peiwu, Chinese Ambassador to Canada “On the clear Dows Lake in Ottawa, a fleet of lightsome dragon boats rushed out of the starting line in the hot summer sun, galloping in the strong [...]

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