«Elementary» column

Ne vous battez pas contre les larmes : l’importance de pleurer

October 19th, 2018; By Anthony Teles

On vous dit souvent d’être fort, de vous concentrer sur le positif et de sourire. Mais vous n’avez pas toujours envie de le faire. Il y a des moments où […]

Never Fight Your Tears: The Importance of Crying

October 19th, 2018; By Anthony Teles

You are often told to be strong, to focus on the positive, and to smile. But you do not always feel like it. There are times you just want to […]

Why You Should Care About Politics at a Young Age

October 1st, 2018; By Maria Cruz

What are/ is politics? Definition of politics according to Merriam Webster Dictionary: “1a : the art or science of government b : the art or science concerned with guiding or […]

Career Profile: Water Utilities Manager

September 25th, 2018; By Susan Huebert

Imagine going to get a drink of water at the kitchen sink but not being able to get anything from the tap. Or think of what might happen if you […]

A Closer Look at a Career as a Personal Support Worker (PSW)

September 25th, 2018; By Rochelle C. Pangilinan

Living independently or without any assistance is something that all adults aspire to, perhaps something that the young ones can’t comprehend until they have come of age. However, in some […]

Career Profile: Postmaster and Mail Superintendent

September 25th, 2018; By Susan Huebert

In the past, people mainly wrote letters to each other when they wanted to communicate at a distance. E-mail and phones have changed that, but the postal system is still […]

Our Home and Native Land: A Small History of a Huge Country

September 25th, 2018; By Anthony Teles

Canada is quite the country, eh? With ten provinces, three territories, and over 36 million people, it is huge. That also means huge in size – Canada is the second […]