Published on February, 2013

Career Profile: Agricultural Engineer

February 22nd, 2013; By Bel Harris

Agricultural engineering might sound like complicated work, but the nature of the job is really quite straightforward. It’s a collision of two worlds – bringing engineering solutions to agricultural projects, […]

Fall In Love With Nature

February 21st, 2013; By Nature Conservancy Canada

A recent Ipsos Reid poll conducted for the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) shows that more than 97 percent of Canadians believe that getting outdoors is important to their family’s […]

Science Isn’t Just For Scientists

February 19th, 2013; By David Suzuki Foundation

A 14-year-old boy in Donetsk, Ukraine, recently made a fascinating discovery halfway around the world and 894 metres under the sea. Kirill Dudko was watching Neptune Canada’s live-stream footage of […]

Choosing A Post-Secondary Institution

February 19th, 2013; By Kimberly Moreau

So many colleges and universities to choose from, so hard to pick just one! 
 When entering the final year of high school, sometimes earlier for students eager to plan […]

Career Profile: Police Officer

February 19th, 2013; By Kathleen Gerry

People who are attracted to being a police officer highlight the many benefits associated with this position. They want to work as a police officer because of the thrill of […]

The Strange History of Money

February 18th, 2013; By Tomas Ilnatis

We all use money every day. It is essential because if we want to buy some food, clothes or services we have to pay money for them. Money is recognized […]

Writing A Scholarship Application Essay

February 17th, 2013; By Mark Gonzales

Getting a scholarship at any leading college or university requires immense preparation for students. One of the most challenging jobs is to submit a well articulated scholarship essay. Admission officers […]