Published on July, 2014

Embrace Your Weirdness

July 14th, 2014; By Jamie Hadland

A lot of people spend time trying to fit in. They don’t want to stand out or be considered different, weird, awkward or strange. Having the same clothes, interests and […]

No More Recess!

July 14th, 2014; By Michelle Osei-Bonsu

One of the biggest transitions from elementary school to junior high school is dealing with the fact that there’s no more recess. Instead, you have one period of lunch during […]

Why Red Seal Trades Might Work For You

July 14th, 2014; By Mackenzie Wall

You may have heard the advice, “learn a trade – it’s an important skill to have.” That’s good advice: there will always be a need for carpenters, electricians, plumbers, mechanics, […]

Career Profile: Lawyer

July 12th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

Are you interested in the law? Lawyers are intelligent, perseverant and outspoken individuals responsible for promoting the rights and values of their clients. They do incredibly varied work, from drafting […]

Career Profile: Roofer

July 12th, 2014; By Service Canada

Roofers install, repair and replace flat and sloped roofs. They work with membrane roofing systems that consist of a variety of materials with different application methods. They also install, replace […]

Scholarships and Bursaries for Aboriginal Students

July 12th, 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 with Volunteer Centres

July 12th, 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 […]