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    the frame play includes an interior play typically with actions and characters separate of the frame play: the traditional “play-within-a-play” motif. The aforementioned…

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    Pool Pocket Case Study

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    Pool Pockets Problem Statement: A ball is hit off of the bottom left hand corner of a pool table at a 45angle. The pool tables dimensions are all whole numbers and the ball bounces off at a 45 angle, how many rebounds does it take before it goes into one of the 4 corner pockets. Which corner will it land in? Process: To start the problem I drew about 20 rectangles to represent the pool table in the problem and recorded the dimensions and rebounds by each rectangle. This took me about 3 days and…

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    Doukhobors Background

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    In Canada they mainly farmed,but some men of the Doukhobors were carpenters and joiners, shoemakers, blacksmiths, harness makers,etc. ; and women cooked and farmed and as well wove, embroidered, and made clothing for their families. To pay the mortgages in British Columbia, most of the men went out of the villages they lived communally in to build skills on highway construction and maintenance, also went to work in the forest industry. When the CCUB had failed, many of the workers had stayed in…

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    centres or all situation. An example of this is the idea that “early childhood educators use developmentally appropriate practices when working with children” (Early childhood educators of British Columbia, 2008, p. 6). There have been times in my own practice where I have seen children thrive with practices that were a bit over their developmental age skill. In these times the child had fun and learned more practical knowledge and learned about themselves. It is important as practitioners to…

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    Grand Sudbury Case Study

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    A fairly new community in Canada, established January 1 2001, the city of Greater .Grand Sudbury located in Northern Ontario is a regional municipality that includes a diverse variety of small towns and cities; Sudbury, Capreol, Nickel Centre, Onaping Falls, Rayside-Balfour, Valley East and Walden, as well as several unincorporated townships Fraleck, Parkin, Aylmer, Mackelcan, Rathbun, Scadding, Dryden, Cleland and Dill. The region’s history goes back to the late 18th century and a small railway…

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    The sudden discovery of a natural hot spring along the shoulder of the Sulphur Mountain, by three railway workers, lead to the creation of Canada’s oldest National Park, Banff National Park. Banff National Park is located in the province of Alberta and was established in the Rocky Mountains in 1855.. Upon the discovery, the Canadian Pacific Railway recognized the vast tourism potential and saw a future for the development of tourism in Banff. Therefore, Canada established a federal reserve…

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    All students studying at the University of Victoria (UVic) want to achieve success. Chinese international students are no exception to this rule. For Chinese international students to have overall success they need to be proficient in three inter-related areas of academics, culture and social. First, challenges interfering with academic achievement include Chinese international students lacking English language proficiency, lacking academic skills and______. In regards to culture, there are…

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    One of the best ways to spend your holidays is by visiting a beautiful tourist destination and spending some quality time with your loved ones amidst nature. You can choose to go to a national park and recharge in the lap of nature while going on various adventurous thrills. Glacier National Park is one of the options that you can consider. There are two different parks with the same name – Glacier National park – one of them is situated in British Columbia in Canada while the other is in…

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    Things to do in Maple Ridge Maple Ridge’s unique geography and location provide the residents of the city with a wide range of outdoor activities and lifestyle choices. It is precisely these activities that make Maple Ridge such a coveted and great place to call home. Not only does Maple Ridge offer a wide range of outdoor opportunities in close proximity, but the city also provides a great selection of cultural and historical attractions all within the city limits. Here are some of the more…

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    Sea Level Rise Adaptation

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    Many people living in low-lying communities do have diverse options when it comes to protecting their properties from a rising sea level (Cross, 2013). A common option is building barrier islands in inter-tidal zones to reduce potential impact of winds and waves (ibid). Residents of communities like Delta could also build higher dikes or implement unique architectural solutions, like building homes on stilts or even moving entire communities (ibid). The British Columbia government also warned…

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