Author Archives: Fred Williams

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30 Jun
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The Culture Of Canada

The culture of Canada is a term that embodies the artistic, culinary, literary, humour, musical, political and social elements that are representative of Canada and Canadians. Throughout Canada’s history, its culture has been influenced by European culture and traditions, especially ...

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30 Jun
0

Canadian Clothing

Clothing The colonization of eastern Canada began with the French in the 17th century. For some years, these settlers depended for clothing on what they brought with them. New garb was expensive and the only clothing available was ready-made garments ...

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industryfacts
28 Jun
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Canadian Industry

Over the last few weeks I’ve been sharing a selection of my favourite stats and feats from my new book Canadian Geographic Biggest and Best of Canada: 1000 Facts & Figures (in stores now!). If you enjoy trivia, particularly Canadian ...

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canada
28 Jun
0

Canada

Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic Ocean, covering 9.98 million square kilometres (3.85 million square miles), making ...

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18 May
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Double bridles and Breeches fit snug on your body!

Helmets just make sense as you don’t know when and how an accident could occur. Skill level should NOT be a factor when deciding to wear a helmet as even the best horses can trip and can fall. You simply ...

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20 Feb
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“Tagged” Explores The Dangers Of Social Sharing & Cyberbullying

I’m sitting in an intimate theater with a bunch of teenagers at the opening performance of the play Tagged. As you would expect, the teens are loud as they sing along to the blaring pop music as we wait for ...

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20 Feb
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Shred dies’ “Search For Goodness” Highlights Canada’s Best

One of the things we cherish about being Canadian is our reputation for being polite. It’s great to raise our families in a country known the world over for having good manners (and it’s super handy to be able to ...

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20 Feb
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We’re putting a price on carbon. Get over it.

Who would have thought a year ago that carbon pricing would be splashed across Canada’s front pages? Yet here we are. Energy- and resource-beat reporters are chronicling the at times heated exchanges between the federal government and the provinces as ...

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20 Feb
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How your backbenchers spent their summer vacation

The House of Commons is “on a break” for the summer, as they say, and Members of Parliament will be “back to work” in the fall. While it’s true that the political news is a trifle thin these days (shirtless ...

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19 Dec
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Emerging Economies that are Shaping the 21st Century

Most economists agree the 21st century economy will not belong to the West. As both Europe and North America struggle with low growth, a refugee crisis, the of populist politics, and higher unemployment rates, the stage is set for the ...

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