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DOL The Royal Canadian Air-force in WW2

During World War Two, the United Kingdom found that they didn’t have the space required to train an air-force large enough to combat Nazi Germany. To solve this, the British parliament called upon the commonwealth to support their forces in… Continue Reading →

Desmos graph art My approach to this project was very much trial and error. Though I had a general idea of what I wanted to create, I had to combine multiple smaller images of a fan, some wave designs and some free-handed… Continue Reading →

Emily Carr- a symbol of Canadian identity.

“Perfectly ordered disorder designed with a helter-skelter magnificence.” That is how Emily Carr lived her life. From her first clear memory to her last moments she embraced her life to the fullest and lived regardless of the social norms of… Continue Reading →

Sir John A Macdonald. A Conversation piece.

“I know of no time in human history where ignorance was better than knowledge” (Neil DeGrasse Tyson). In the present day, many Canadians wish to find an issue, use a brief and simple solution, and move on, acting like everything… Continue Reading →

Final In-Depth post

In-depth is only a few weeks away!!! I’m so excited to share my newfound knowledge with all of our guests and finish off my TALONS experience with a bang. Over the past few weeks I have done so much, including… Continue Reading →

Independant Novel study Check-in

The following quotes are all from Emily Carr’s Growing Pains.   “Easy soft living might have induced laziness. The harder I worked the happier I was, and I made progress.” (72)   Emily Carr could have had a simple life. She… Continue Reading →

In-Depth Post #5

The past few weeks of In-depth have been my most productive yet, and I’m not slowing down anytime soon. On my own time, I have gotten my hands on a sketchbook and I spent much of my spring break and… Continue Reading →

Is Canada a Post-National State, a country, or a nation?

Canada is a country because we are globally acknowledged as a country and we have legal borders recognized on a map. Firstly, every person in Canada has different values and beliefs depending on their region, which means that Canada consists… Continue Reading →

In-depth post #4

This week in In-depth my mentor helped me learn the breadth of my skills and practice some baseline techniques. This left plenty of time for discussion as we were doing our makeup. We worked on basic principles of makeup theory,… Continue Reading →

Romeo and Juliet Act 2 critical response

1: Love requires a connection on the emotional level. Based off our readings of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet so far, I agree with Jindra Kulich that Romeo and Juliet’s relationship is an example of puppy love. Every interaction between… Continue Reading →

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