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Future Educator & Biology Major

Technology & Twitter In The Classroom

For my final blog post I’ve decided to summarize how technology, mainly twitter and blog posts have enlightened my academic career. Early into my secondary education we were always told to avoid using twitter and Facebook in classrooms, whether it … Continue reading

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Information about & Policies on River Bank Restoration

A project in collaboration with: Devin Ali What is River Restoration: River restoration is the active task of taking a damaged riparian or river ecosystem and restoring it to a stable condition. More so, the act of restoration generally refers … Continue reading

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The Election and What It Means for the Future of the Environment

As you may have already learned, the 45th elected president of the United States is now Donald J Trump, but what does this mean to North America and the rest of the world? The 70 year old reality tv star/business mogul … Continue reading

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Who is Margaret Atwood? -A Canadian Treasure

“I hope that people will finally come to realize that there is only one ‘race’ – the human race – and that we are all members of it.” -MA Margaret Atwood, a house hold name across Canada is an accomplished novelist, … Continue reading

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What I Did This Summer

Goodbye Summer 16′ and hello 12 weeks of Biology! If you were lucky enough to take a field course with Dr. Bazely and Dr. Scott Tarof this summer then you already know what a fun, exciting and short few weeks we … Continue reading

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