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  • Cultural Awareness Program Essay

    April and June, drawing 82 participants: 79 AEMERA staff, 2 from Indigenous Relations, and 1 from Alberta Energy Regulator (see attached attendance sheet). Each session had evaluation forms (see attachments for evaluation summaries). To celebrate and acknowledge Aboriginal History Month (June), several e-mails on Aboriginal culture and history were sent out to AEMERA staff and shared on the Alberta Environment and Parks news sharing website, The Current (see attached Aboriginal History Month…

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  • Sink Or Float Research Paper

    Lesson Title/Focus Can you make it sink or float? (2/3) Date 3 Consecutive Days… Group Grade 2 Science (Unit B: Buoyancy & Boats) Time Duration 45 mins OUTCOMES FROM ALBERTA PROGRAM OF STUDIES General Learning Outcomes: 2-7 Construct objects that will float on and move through water, and evaluate various designs for watercraft. Specific Learning Outcomes: 2-7.2 Alter or add to a floating object so that it will sink, and alter or add to a non-floating object so that it will float. LEARNING…

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  • Women's Rights In Canadian History

    start of a colossal event in Canadian history. These five astounding Canadian women were Emily Murphy, Irene Parlby, Nellie McClung, Louis McKinney, and Henrietta Muir Edwards. Although they all had different jobs, they were all settled in Alberta with their families. Emily Murphy was born on March 14, 1868 and died on October 27, 1933 at the age of 65. She was a Canadian women's rights activist, jurist, and author. In 1916, she became the first female magistrate in Canada, and in the…

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  • The Importance Of Engineering Control

    Adopting a good, working posture allows for the proper use of the body’s muscles in minimizing work effort. It also allows for good blood circulation to areas of the body commonly affected by MSIs (Palmer, 2011). Engineering Control Structure re-modification The redesigning of tools or workstations may be necessary in preventing MSIs. Modification of the design may reduce awkward wrist positions and minimize the effects of repetitive motions (Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety,…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Should Canada Break Up?

    This has brought the region into crisis. Most people who worked as fisherman have to be transferred to other jobs or lose their job. This decreases job opportunities in the Atlantic region. Many Atlantic Canadians move to the west to Ontario or Alberta to look for work. Recently, the Atlantic region changed. There has been an oil discovery near the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. It resulted in a small economic boom and it boosted up job opportunities. From now on, the Atlantic region…

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  • Tar Sands In Canada

    development of reduction technology, processes like Slurry Hydrotransport, Paraffinic Froth Cleaning, and improved bitumen extraction with novel chemical additives, can be used to lower the amounts of GHG emission from the developmental process. The Alberta government also requires that the most up to date, economically feasible technologies be used for controlling the quality of air. Along with toxins being released into the air, certain acid-forming emissions (SO2, NOx, and Polycyclic Aromatic…

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  • The Themes Of Racism In Fences By August Wilson

    Some critics complain that August Wilson’s play are too subtle and that nothing happens. With Fences August Wilson proves that his plays are not too subtle, but they are in actuality dramatic. Fences is a dramatic work because it demonstrates many conflicts. August Wilson brings to light many problems that people dealt with at the time. In Fences Troy faces racism, has marital problems, and has problems with his two sons. First of all, August Wilson did a phenomenal job in demonstrating the…

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  • Obligation In Fences

    my pockets.” This shows the theme of family and obligation because it shows how dedicated Troy is to his family. Another example of Troy’s dedication is how he continues to provide for Rose and Cory even after he tells Rose about his affair with Alberta. He tells Rose “I’m gonna be somebody’s daddy.” (2.1). He also tells Rose, “I take my pay and give it to you.” (2.2) This shows family and obligation because in an event like this, most men wouldn’t continue to live and provide for his family.…

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  • A Concept Of Tragedy In Sophocles's Othello And Fences

    Tragedy Aristotle developed a Concept of Tragedy using Sophocles’s plays and other tragedies. He defined tragedy as “an imitation of an action of high importance, complete and of some amplitude; in language enhanced by distinct and varying beauties; acted not narrated; by means of pity and fear effecting its purgation of these emotions.” (Kennedy and Gioia 1160). The main character in a tragedy is called the tragic hero. According to Aristotle, the tragic hero has certain qualities that made…

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  • Blackfoot Tribe Research Paper

    The Indian tribe that was researching was the Blackfoot Tribe. The Blackfoot Tribe is an Indian tribe that found most of its settlements on reservations in Montana, Idaho, and Alberta Canada that are still founded today. Since some of the tribe found their settlements in Canada which is in a different country, the tribe had two different names. The common saying in America is Blackfeet and in Canada people say Blackfoot, but the tribe accepts both sayings. The Blackfoot comes from a dark…

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