The end of World War I brought about a crackling, commoving event known as The Roaring 20s. The Roaring 20’s was a time of change, and a time for shifting autonomy. As Canada recognized its place in the world as an independent country, so did the people within it. For example, during the war, women […]

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I, Edward Barron Chandler, can only see one future. In the palms of that future stands the power of Confederation. I was invited to the 1864 Charlottetown Conference, where I was educated on our governmental issues, and I have become convinced that Confederation is an inevitable move. However, I must push for terms that favour […]

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I’m currently reading David Lam: A Biography by Reginald H. Roy. The following are 5 passages from the text that I considered impactful.   1. “It was a torture to study English and to study a lot of things, which, to my young mind, I considered totally irrelevant. We learned about Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Midlands – […]

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It is often easier to forget out mistakes than to address them, but the erasure of errors does nothing to rectify them. Due to controversy surrounding Macdonald’s past actions according to our current values, some believe that those who have instigated ethical wrongdoing, such as Macdonald, should no longer be honored as statues, have public […]

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I met with my mentor this week at Lougheed Mall. This was a bit nerve-wracking for me because recently I’ve really been trying to write without boundaries. Some of the stuff I put in my document was really embarrassing because I didn’t allow myself to erase anything, including an illiterate paragraph where I typed in […]

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A. Outline the focus of  your inquiry and provide background knowledge. Why is this an important and significant questions to ask about the past? Provide evidence from primary and secondary sources.   Inquiry Question: How did the arrival of the “Filles du Roi” or “King’s Daughter’s” impact today’s French-Canadian society? The Filles du Roi were […]

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e·vent əˈvent/ noun a thing that happens, especially one of importance. “one of the main political events of the late 20th century” a planned public or social occasion. “events to raise money for charity” synonyms: occurrence, happening, proceeding, incident, affair, circumstance, occasion, phenomenon; Mor     For my Wheels of Revolution event, I chose a planned public or social occasion rather than an […]

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I’ve made some progress so far in my project. My goal was to finish a first draft of a short, approximately 100-page novel by the end of the project. I made myself a goal of writing one page per day. The way I keep track of this is with a tracker in my bullet journal, […]

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