Published on May 14th, 2014

Thirst is a Drop in the Cup

May 14th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

Forget smoothies and sodas: the best drink comes right from the tap! The human body is composed of up to 60% water, so it makes sense that we’d need to […]

Working as a Bus Driver

May 14th, 2014; By Susan Huebert

For many young people, learning to drive is a symbol of freedom. When they learn that skill, they no longer have to depend on parents or other adults to take […]

Career Profile: Painters and Decorators

May 14th, 2014; By Service Canada

Type of Work Painters and decorators apply paint, wallpaper and other finishes to interior and exterior surfaces of buildings and other structures. Sources of Employment Employment opportunities will come primarily […]

Career Profile: Baker

May 14th, 2014; By Service Canada

Type of Work Bakers prepare bread, rolls, muffins, pies, pastries, cakes and cookies in retail and wholesale bakeries and dining establishments. Bakers who are supervisors are included in this unit […]

Transitioning to University Life

May 14th, 2014; By Christopher TJ Brown

The idea of going off to college or university sends shivers of anxiety down spines and churns stomachs. Don’t worry – this is normal. It’s a big step moving from […]

Scholarships and Bursaries for Aboriginal Students

May 14th, 2014; By Métis Nation of Ontario

Bursaries and Scholarships The Aboriginal Financial Officers Association of Canada is dedicated to helping Aboriginals reach the highest standard of excellence in finance and management. AFOA’s initiatives in the development […]

Getting Your 40 Volunteer Hours

May 14th, 2014; By Gale Blaylock

As you know, all high school students need to have 40 hours of community service in order to graduate. Use this information to discover where your 40 hours can best […]