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Aiming High: Success in Secondary Schooling
While the first years of elementary schooling are mostly spent on ABCs, high school's new focus may be best summarized as AAA: Attendance, Attachment, and Achievement.
October 12, 2008
Ottawa Reception Celebrates Taiwan’s National Day
The Taiwanese mission in Canada celebrated Taiwan's 97th birthday with an elegant National Day reception at Ottawa's landmark ...
October 9, 2008
Innovative Program Helps Stem Rise in Homelessness
In Surrey, the only program of its kind in Canada known as Project Comeback helps those who are ...
October 2, 2008
Word on the Street: Torontonians Flock to Book and Magazine Festival
Hundreds of thousands of book lovers gathered in Toronto to celebrate Word on the Street, Canada's largest book ...
October 1, 2008
‘Green Games’ Seeks Creative Solutions for Environmental Problems
The Green Games, a competition launched last week in British Columbia, is challenging students across the province to ...
September 28, 2008
Sustainability Festival Solidifies a New Tradition
SFU added another feather to its sustainability cap on Wednesday by hosting a rip-roaringly successful sustainability festival in ...
September 25, 2008
Printing Green is Serious Stuff
Alen Rokolj and Brian Schindel, co-owners of Vancouver-based Green Printer, say they conduct business differently from others.
August 27, 2008
Riding for Rights: David Kay Arrives in Vancouver
Nearing the end of his “Race for Rights” across Canada, David Kay was welcomed by Tibetan Canadians, Falun ...
August 24, 2008
Alberta Group Disputes Ownership of Coalbed Methane
An organization in Alberta is challenging the provincial government's ownership of coalbed methane (CBM), a natural gas found ...
August 21, 2008
Vancouver PNE: 98 Years Old and Still Going Strong
Fondly referred to as “the PNE” by Vancouverites, the Pacific National Exhibition is a fair like no other. ...
August 21, 2008
Ghost Tours Spice Up Calgary History
After taking a trip to Boston 2 years ago, Johanna Lane learned much about the city's heritage and ...
August 19, 2008
A sea of umbrellas flowed through a rainy Taste of Danforth festival last Friday to Sunday.
August 15, 2008
Debora de Souza
Big Line-up of Acts for Ottawa Folk Festival
It's a party for the people! The fifteenth annual Ottawa Folk Festival, to be held at Britannia Park ...
August 14, 2008
Mock Olympic Medals Highlight Chinese Regime’s Rights Abuses
While Beijing was staging the opening ceremony for the 2008 Olympics, in Toronto human rights protesters were awarding ...
August 10, 2008
‘Afrikadey!’ Brings Culture, Color, Education to Calgary
A hot August sun bathed Calgary's Prince's Island Park as the 17th annual Afrikadey Festival staged its main ...
August 10, 2008
Groups Rally in Solidarity as Olympics Begin
‘We will not be silent,' Liberal MP Irwin Cotler joins protest at Chinese embassy
August 9, 2008
Tibet Supporters Hold Candlelight Vigil at Calgary Chinese Consulate
Moderate temperatures and blue skies served as the backdrop to a candlelight vigil held by various Tibet support ...
August 8, 2008
China’s Human Rights Abuses Betray Olympic Pledge, says Cotler
On the eve of the Beijing Olympics, Liberal MP Irwin Cotler released a report that highly criticizes China's ...
August 7, 2008
Heritage Day at Historic Fort Calgary
Historic Fort Calgary played host to Heritage Day on Monday, providing wholesome entertainment and education for young and ...
August 5, 2008
Ottawa Welcomes ‘Race for Rights’ Cyclist
A former Team Canada member and Pan American medallist arrived in Ottawa today as part of his cross-Canada ...
July 28, 2008
Toronto Jazz Festival Has International Flavour
Celebrating 20 years in existence, the Beaches International Jazz Festival has been in full swing in Toronto since ...
July 27, 2008
Chamberfest ’08 — Ottawa’s Premiere Music Festival
Where can you start the day with “Musical Musings” by musicologist Harry Halbreich, learn from top-notch musicians at ...
July 24, 2008
Cancer Survivors Park Soon to Open in Ottawa
When Richard Bloch was diagnosed with lung cancer in 1978 and doctors told him he had three months ...
July 24, 2008
Gerardo Barajas Garrido
Rally Marks 9th Anniversary of Falun Gong Persecution
At a solemn protest at the Chinese embassy on July 22 marking nine years of persecution, Falun Gong ...
July 23, 2008
Ottawa Rally Celebrates 40 Million Chinese Quitting the Communist Party
Ottawa rally shows support for 40 million people who have withdrawn from the Chinese Communist Party.
July 13, 2008
In Canada, Chinese Media Stir Up Anger Against Tibetans
TORONTO–It was the kind of tightly scripted broadcast typical of state-run television in China. The narrator introduced the ...
March 27, 2008
Seeking Justice in Taser Tragedy
GLIWICE, Poland—Friends and family of Robert Dziekanski, who died Oct. 14 after being Tasered by the Royal Canadian ...
November 22, 2007
Mentor of West Australian MP Linked to Chinese Communist Party
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Stock Market Plunge Reveals What Americans Need to Learn About China
Some California Voter Records Possibly Switched From Poll to Mail Ballots, Says Nonprofit
, Epoch Times
President’s and Vice President’s Chiefs of Staff to Depart by Year’s End
Stories of Persecution Told on Capitol Hill Before Human Rights Day
The Many Passports of Arrested Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou
, Epoch Times
US Becomes Net Oil Exporter for First Time in Decades
Paris Cleans up as Macron Prepares to Respond to ‘Yellow Vest’ Riots
North Carolina Republican Accused of Illegal ‘Ballot Harvesting’
Army-Navy Game Features Stunning National Anthem Rendition