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Women’s Suffrage and Canadian Autonomy

What? Women in Canada began to fight back against discrimination, violence, and unfair wages near the end of the 29th century. In hopes of finding a solution for the ills of the female population, women saw the right to run… Continue Reading →

Trudeau- Successor to Laurier?

Canadian Confederation? The Crown Weighs In

An address to the British Parliament regarding Canadian Confederation from Her Majesty Queen Victoria   In many ways, it is in England’s best interest to support Canada in its movement toward confederation. As a part of England, the British North… Continue Reading →

Final In Depth Update!

Update:   Since my last post, my driving skills have improved dramatically! I have spent more time with my mentor, as well as a ton of time on the road with my parents. On my most recent drive with my… Continue Reading →

Biography Check-In

“My people were hard-working folk, greatly concerned with the problems of making a living, tired many a time with the day’s work and perplexed with life’s cares, but they were never too tired or busy to comfort a sad little… Continue Reading →

John A. Macdonald: Does Canada Fear Change, or do We Fear the Truth?

Does Canada Fear Change, or do We Fear the Truth?   Generations of Canadians have fought hard to create a space in which all can enjoy a feeling of safety, compassion, and an appreciation of diversity. Why are we holding… Continue Reading →

Independent Investigation: The Chinese Immigration Act

What were the motives of the Chinese Head Tax in Canada, and to what extent were the impacts felt?   In order to better understand why the Chinese head tax is a part of Canada’s history and how it affected… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Post #5

Since my last update post, I have been working with my parents much more often to get in practice time and to get comfortable with being behind the wheel more frequently. I also worked more with my mentor, revisiting parallel… Continue Reading →

Socials DOL #3

1. The Canadian event that I believe has been highly influential to Canadian identity in the quadrants of Political, Social, Economic, and Environmental issues is the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls human rights crisis that has been a… Continue Reading →

In Depth Post #4

I met with my mentor for our first lesson together this week, and the outcome was way beyond my expectations.   When I got in the car, my mentor asked me to get in the driver’s seat. We discussed some… Continue Reading →

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