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  • Wildlife Veterinarian

    Introduction The veterinary profession is challenging and exciting to begin with, but the niche of wildlife medicine is even more so. It is a highly competitive field with additional training and accreditation needed to compete for a limited number of positions (Learning Path, 2015). To those passionate about the field, these challenges are mitigated by the rewards of a diverse, dynamic, and incredibly hands-on job. One of the wildlife veterinarian employers in Western Canada is the Calgary Zoological Society, commonly called the Calgary Zoo, which participates in a variety of conservation work in Alberta (Calgary Zoological Society, 2015 a). Wildlife Veterinarians Responsibilities and Challenges All Veterinarians A veterinarian’s key role…

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  • Lake Of The Lake Analysis

    Lake of the Woods. The Lake of the Woods is a lake that occupy's parts of Manitoba, Ontario and the state of Minnesota. When the last ice age ended and the glaciers retreated, the basin of water that is known as the Lake of the Woods was left over. The water from the lake flows into smaller rivers but mostly is is a still body of water. The Lake of the Woods in known for its natural beauty. Since it is on the edge of the Canadian Shield we are able to see the thousand of years old rocks that dot…

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  • Calgary Stampede Speech

    Good Afternoon Mr. Smith, Thank you for your interest in the Calgary Stampede, it truly is the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth! To assist in your decision making process, let me tell you a little bit about the Calgary Stampede and what you can expect to see and take part in if you choose to experience our amazing city during the Stampede. For ten days you can expect to see free pancake breakfasts all over Calgary. If you are interested in partaking, please see the link below to all the…

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  • The Calgary-Cambridge Model

    emphasise the importance of a good introduction. Certainly the Calgary-Cambridge model clearly has…

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  • The Calgary Flames In The NHL

    The Calgary Flames have been in the National Hockey League since 1980. They won the Stanley Cup in 1989, the trophy for being champions of the league. Hockey is considered to be “Canada’s Game” as it is the most popular sport among Canadians. The Flames are one of the seven Canadian franchises in the NHL. They are part of one of the biggest rivalries in the NHL, which is the battle of Alberta. The Flames have nine players currently in the hockey hall of fame. The Calgary Flames generated 430…

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  • Calgary Headshot Photographer Case Study

    Calgary Headshot photographer; clothing and grooming rules for professional headshots According to a general saying, ‘dress exactly how you want to be addressed’. This saying is spot on when it come to real life scenarios but does this really apply when taking headshots for business and professional purposes? In my own opinion as a Calgary professional headshot photographer, I think dressing and being groomed the right way matters when considering the type of headshot you want to get and what…

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  • Calgary Family Assessment Model Analysis

    The Calgary Family Assessment Model The CFAM was developed in the early nineteen eighties by Wright and Leahey (2013). The first edition of their book outlining the CFAM was published in 1984. It was recognized around the world and is often referred to in large academic papers still today. It is now recognized by the International Council of Nurses as one of the top four assessment models in the world. It was adapted from the Tomm and Sanders assessment model from 1983 (Wright &Leahey,…

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  • Generative Family Assignment: The Calgary Family Assessment Model

    Generative Family Assignment; the Calgary Family Assessment Model As a nurse, the primary focus is the wellbeing of your patient. Nurses must take into consideration all of the factors that contribute to a patients improved optimal health. According to the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO, 2006) it is important to analyze and assess families as a whole as they have the ability to positively or negatively affect the clients’ health. This paper will discuss the result of two…

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  • Sustainability In The Age Of Responsibility

    The youth is the future of Calgary and it is up to our communities and companies to foster the ideas of a more sustainable and environmentally friendly way of living with them. How can our children learn the importance of be conscientious if we do not teach them or provide them with information about our world? Green Kids is the educational program our children need. “Green Kids program is offered to schools, community, and homeschool groups year round; and is an opportunity for children…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Sustainable Cities

    accommodated using a minimum of resources” (Plan / Transportation / Introduction). Public transportation helps create a sustainable city by minimizing resources while still helping the workforce and general population where they need to go. The usage of public transportation helps reduce the emissions of pollutants by using one transportation vehicle instead of multiple for individuals (Plan/ Transportation/ Introduction). This is an exact factor of sustainable cities, the ability to reduce…

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