I’ve Graduated – Now What?!

The time has come. The moment that once seemed so far off – that particular time in which you thought you would have all of your goals and priorities laid out and would know the exact direction to pursue for the rest of your life. College graduation. You’ve finished at least seventeen years of primary

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In Memoriam – Remembrance Day 2014

  “In Flander’s Fields the poppies blow, between the crosses row on row.” These immortal words of Lt-Col John McCrae will no doubt be spoken at dozens of school assemblies and community ceremonies across Canada on November 11th. Yet beneath the well-known poem lies an underlying message that unifies us as Canadians – We will

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Volunteerism – Not Only Essential For Academic Competition

With competition for jobs, graduate studies and professional programs rising, you may feel lacking compared to others. To distinguish your résumé, you can turn to volunteering. But, it is also important to look past all the competition and to truly enjoy the volunteering experience. So, what is so great about volunteering aside from it looking

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