Published on September, 2012

Bike-sharing: An Idea for City Cycling

September 20th, 2012; By Susan Huebert

How good are you at sharing with others? Do you ever let your friends use your bicycle? How would you like to share it with hundreds of other people? You […]

Languages Open Doors!

September 20th, 2012; By Kevin Sexton

You might wonder what’s the point of learning a language that you don’t need to speak in order to get by. It’s a question worth asking and there’s more than […]

The Importance of Academic References

September 20th, 2012; By Pat Dwyer

If you are like any other teenager, I am sure you have been told to try to find and maintain strong professional references. These references usually consist of past employers […]

The Plight of the Honey Bee

September 20th, 2012; By Joy Kita

They are a marvel of architectural design and one of nature’s most heroic creatures. The honey bee is an incredible insect with a work ethic beyond anything humans could ever […]

Why Choose a School Far Away from Home?

September 13th, 2012; By Erik McKay

When considering post-secondary options, there are many decisions that dictate which school you settle on. This can range from the programs offered, the cost or the familiarity of the school […]

Water: Is the glass half empty or half full?

September 13th, 2012; By David Suzuki Foundation

We can’t live without water. We need it to stay hydrated and grow food. We use it to generate electricity. Water is in us and all around us. It makes […]

Endangered Animals of Canada

September 10th, 2012; By Joy Kita

The vast, wondrous beauty of Canada is enriched with incredibly diverse wildlife. From the smallest insect to the largest mammal, the country proudly hosts some of the most beautiful creatures […]