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Forces AVENIR Campus 


Forces AVENIR aims to recognize, honor, and promote the commitment of students and employees in projects that contribute to the development of socially conscious, responsible, active, and persevering citizens who are both dedicated to their community and open to the world. Every year across Quebec, the program will award up to $60,000 in grants in various categories: Student Project Categories: Art, Literature and Culture – Project pertaining to the performing arts, visual arts, cinema, arts and crafts, literature, architecture, design or heritage. Mutual Aid, Peace and Justice – Project aimed…

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A Review of Arne Hassing’s, Church Resistance to Nazism in Norway, 1940-1945 Uncategorized 

A Review of Arne Hassing’s, Church Resistance to Nazism in Norway, 1940-1945

Arne Hassing’s novel, Church Resistance to Nazism in Norway, 1940-1945, is one that I would not change many aspects of, or rather object to. I believe that Hassing’s research and the topics he chooses to explore are extremely useful when discussing the idea of Second World War education; we often neglect the impact that smaller nations have had on the overall everlasting effects of the War. This is not to say that Norway’s efforts have had no impact, but that the internal struggles of the Church are something to reflect…

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Haunted Spook the Insider 


Because I could not stride for Haunted, it did  kindly stride for me. I don’t like the fact that it, learned to stride for me.   Does Haunted make you shiver? does it?   One afternoon I said to myself, “Why is Cathy afraid of Halloween?” Cathy is usually daring and bold, but not when it comes to Halloween!   “The ball is going to be deadly”, Cathy would say, Masquerade Balls are the deadliest balls of all. Are you upset by how mortal it is? Does it tear you apart…

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The Scary Stranger Spook the Insider 

The Scary Stranger

One day at a candle shop, I met a man selling lots and lots of candles, For money, he wanted to swap a vile of blood, But I really wanted some candles.   “Got any candles?” I asked . “For that’s how I’ll spend my money.” “No candles here!” said the guy. He seemed to find it quite funny.   “I’ve got some lovely blood candles, I’ll give you a very fine price.” “I’d rather have some souls.” The man blinked rapidly thrice.   The man seemed exceptionally creepy, And…

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R. v. Sparrow (1990): A Landmark Supreme Court Case Features 

R. v. Sparrow (1990): A Landmark Supreme Court Case

To highlight the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation, it is only appropriate to discuss a landmark case of the Supreme Court relating to Aboriginal law. The importance of R. v. Sparrow (1990) cannot be overstated; it is said to be the first case of the Supreme Court to truly explore the boundaries of the purview of section 35(1) of the repatriated constitution of 1982. In particular, section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982 officially enshrined Aboriginal and treaty rights in Canadian law, and section 35(1) is concerned with “The…

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Taylor Swift Uncategorized 

Taylor Swift

“He said the way my blue eyes shined” Was the opening line to her favourite song Boy, it takes me back. “Love Story” used to be our song We danced every time it came on Can’t believe what it could have been I can still see her every time I close my eyes Back to those beautiful summer times But now everything has changed   We used to be so happy and so in love You were the queen that turn me in your king I never thought we were…

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