Published on June, 2019

Saying Goodbye in June

June 2nd, 2019; By Erin Kelly

Every year, you begin to say goodbye to people, places and things in school. It may be your last year in high school, or even elementary school. One thing is […]

Career Profile: Stone Cutters and Carvers

June 2nd, 2019; By Susan Huebert

In 2014, stone cutters and carvers in Ontario went to work at restoring a section of the Parliament Buildings in Ottawa. Not everyone in this trade gets to work on […]

Career Profile: Surveyors

June 2nd, 2019; By Susan Huebert

If you ride or walk down city streets often enough, you’re likely to see people looking through yellow machines that look a bit like cameras. These people are surveyors, who help […]

I Want to Work for Myself: How to Start a Business at a Young Age

June 2nd, 2019; By Stephanie Hughes

You might not like the idea of sitting in a cubicle from nine to five, typing away at investment reports or calling back a list of customers to ask them […]

My Challenging Co-op Experience: Trying to Balance it All

June 2nd, 2019; By Sadie Osborne

Hi, my name is Mercedes and I don’t have my wisdom teeth or tonsils, but I do have anxiety. Last semester was my first time trying co-op education, and I […]

Career Profile: Network Cabling Specialist

June 2nd, 2019; By Susan Huebert

Every day, people use computers, televisions, phones, and other devices for work or entertainment, or to communicate with each other. Without the work of network cabling specialists, none of that would be possible. […]

Important Lessons I learned in School This Year

June 2nd, 2019; By Alexa Cairns

Over the course of my school year so far, I have learned a lot. I learned a lot about politics, history, art, English and math, but the most important lessons […]