Category: In The Media
This great new website is for parents and students preparing to enter college in the USA. It provides a very quick and realistic estimate of actual costs to attend private and public colleges in America. Private colleges have extremely high published tuition which keeps many students of modest and even middle class income families from applying. This website … Read More »
The deterioration of the environment has been a rising concern for decades, particularly in recent years as we have learned more about the impact of climate change. The only way to address and resolve these concerns is through worldwide education and cooperation.
This is the significance behind Earth Day, an international event that occurs every year … Read More »
Easter is both a religious and cultural celebration that has been celebrated for centuries across the globe. In North America, Easter is also synonymous with the arrival of spring; the legend of the Easter Bunny is thought to have originated as early as the 19th century and served as a symbol of new life and … Read More »
Henry Goldbeck responds to the CBC article: “Former workers aren’t flocking back to the oilpatch” published recently on msn.com
“This article talks about laid off oil patch workers in Alberta who are reluctant to return to the field when the jobs opportunities sprout again. The longer the downturn, the more laid off workers will have found … Read More »
Sunday, April 9th this year, marks the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. This date marks a significant historical event in World War One, particularly for Canadians, as it was the first time that all four divisions of the Canadian Expeditionary Force operated as an interconnected unit.
Vimy Ridge was a strategic battle … Read More »