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Staying Organized with Technology

November 30th, 2014; By Teodora Pasca

How can you make the most of your technology? While electronics can certainly be frustrating distractions at times, they can serve as incredible organizational tools as well. Whether you’re working […]

Renewable Energy – A Trade for the Future

June 17th, 2014; By Kimberly Moreau

Are you seeking a future-centric career? Looking to make a difference in the world? Want to join an industry destined to flourish significantly within your lifetime? With a growing awareness […]

Climate Change and the Loss of Sea Ice in the Arctic

April 25th, 2013; By Canadian Wildlife Federation

Climate change affects every part of the world in a different way, but most experts agree the North will be impacted more than any other region. Sea ice spans most […]

Media Release: Opening Doors for Aboriginal Students

February 28th, 2013; By Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada

Canada’s universities recently launched a new online tool to provide Aboriginal students with better access to information on programs and services on campuses across Canada. The comprehensive, searchable database of […]

Child Labour: Working For A Living

February 23rd, 2013; By Susan Huebert

Do you usually have a lot of chores to do at home when you return from school? Do you have to help cook supper, walk the dog, mow the lawn, […]

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch: Filling the Ocean with Plastic

November 19th, 2012; By Susan Huebert

Have you ever been to a garbage landfill? Have you seen cities where the garbage lies on the street without ever being cleaned up? If you have, you know all […]

Gum Recycling

October 21st, 2012; By Susan Huebert

Do you ever chew gum? How many times have you heard your parents or teachers tell you to put your finished gum in the garbage instead of spitting it out […]