Cause and Consequence Who: All people and countries involved in WWI were affected. What: The armistice was a global ceasefire which marked the end of World War One. Fighting ended, and soldiers would be allowed to return home over the course of the next several years depending on whether they were needed or not. Where: […]

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It’s sort of 3/5 of a Venn diagram because I made it a bit too big at the start.   www.cbc.ca/news/politics/trudeau-speech-indigenous-rights-1.4534679 trudeaumetre.polimeter.org/ www.elections.ca/content.aspx?section=res&dir=his&document=chap2&lang=e www.cbc.ca/news/politics/ahmed-hussen-immigration-hussen-1.3966724 www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/sir-wilfrid-laurier/  

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Greetings to you all. Gentlemen, it is an honour to speak in front of you here on this fine day. Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Thomas D’Arcy McGee. I am Irish and a Catholic, but I do not share the annexation-driven desires of my kin. Instead, I see in the not remote […]

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I thought post #5 would be my final post, but I guess I have to do one more! Who’d a thought it? (Interestingly enough, “Who’d a thought it” is apparently the name of a ghost town in Alabama.) Since my previous post, I’ve completed my composition with the exception of editing. I’ve added an ending […]

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As a bit of context, the biography I chose to study was I Must Say: My Life as a Humble Comedy Legend, the autobiography of Martin Short.  Quote 1 “Canada is a sparsely populated nation, a mere 34 million people across a vast expanse of land. Consequently, as you grow up there, you encounter more weirdos who […]

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Mr. Morris English 10 April 17, 2018 Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first Prime Minister, has been a major subject of controversy as of late. He united Canada as a single nation separate from America that went from sea to sea, but committed genocide against the First Nations, Métis, and Chinese populations in doing so. […]

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Intro My question for this Document of Learning is: “To what extent did Radisson and Des Groseilliers’ deal with the English affect Canada’s history and culture, and how were the ideas of entrepreneurship surrounding the event similar to those existing today?” I’m going to be focusing on the alliterating areas of Cause and Consequence and […]

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This is my final post. As such, when I say that I’ve done a lot since my previous post, I mean a L O T. And trust me: it’s a lot. When I said “a lot” in previous posts, that wasn’t even close to what I mean now. The reason I did so much is because know that […]

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For my event, I’ve chosen the War of 1812, which was one of the most (if not the most) important, key defining moments in creating a distinct Canadian identity. I will now go over the effects of the war on each of the four quadrants. I’ll begin with the environmental aspect, as there are no […]

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I’m writing this within 10 minutes of publishing my 4th In-Depth post, and I’ve noticed something odd. It said my post was published tomorrow, at 1 or so in the morning. I edited the post to correct the time, but the problem still remains. Look at my other posts. One of them was apparently published […]

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