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    instantly fall apart. Some models require students to work on it in school due to the resources necessary. However, the Toronto Transit Commission often used by students for commute, closes at 1:15am. This

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    III. Business Environment As a franchise of Noodles and Company looking to open in the Greater Toronto Area there are many environmental elements to be taken into account when considering the structure of the franchise. Firstly, the most important factor to consider is that the overall success of Noodles and Company as an entire company and a franchisor will impact the success of the franchise. This means that if the business as a whole is doing well and develops a healthy image and marketing campaign

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    The Oak Ridges Moraine is one of the last natural areas in southern Ontario which we can preserve for future generations. The Moraine has many natural resources that our city will need for the future. It also is has over nine hundred species of animals, many of which are rare or endangered. Lastly, there are numerous of other places to build homes on without harming twelve thousand years of history. Ruining the beautiful Oak Ridges Moraine would be a mistake because it provides many natural resources

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    there is a direct link between economic prosperity and a well-developed system of transportation and communication. It is possible to understand this direct link by reviewing and comparing the infrastructure and economy of three different cities. Toronto has well-developed transportation and communication systems, North Bay has terrible communication and transportation systems, and Brampton has just recently developed their communication and transportation systems. In order to understand the direct

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    According to the Toronto Environmental Office, vehicles are responsible for 35% of all greenhouse gases (GHG) produced in Toronto (City of Toronto, 2011), and the Clean Air Partnership estimates that idling in the GTHA wastes 90 million litres of fuel each year (ibid), which further justifies the need to combat gridlock and traffic congestion with effective government policies. Air is a transboundary problem therefore no one jurisdiction, whether it is a municipality, province, country or continent

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    In nearly a few days from now, the great flood that struck and killed so many lives will be one its one year anniversary. Where were you when the tragedy Ondoy had brought to the Greater Manila Area happened? It was so tragic that it gave me so much fear, and had left me wondering on why these things happened to us? Were you as afraid as I am then? Are you still filled with questions on why things such as this tragic flood happen if God is really watching over us? Have you ever wondered if you are

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    The Night Stalker

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    being afraid every night that an unknown man could break in rip your family apart. There were many prolific serial killers throughout the seventies and eighties that struck fear in many people. In that time only one man was terrorizing the greater Los Angeles area. In the span of one year from June 28, 1984 until August 24, 1985 Richard Ramirez killed sixteen people going as far as seventy six miles south of Los Angeles. He was known as the “Night Stalker”. Richard Ramirez was born on February 29

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    psych

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    has continuously served a community that is rich in culture and diversity among the years. According to the United States Census of 2012, the city of Los Angeles has an estimated population of 3,857,799 people. More specifically, within the greater Los Angeles area, resides the West Hollywood community. This pocket of the Los Angeles County caters to an estimated 34, 781 people (U.S. Census, 2012). Similarly, West Hollywood carries a unique culture of people and has for many years. As the city continues

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    humanity. Its first bloodletting of that season of the Devil occurred on the warm evening of June 28, 1984, when an earth-bound Lucifer found his way into the small Glassel Park apartment of 79-year-old Jennie Vincow. Throughout the Los Angeles area a damp humidity had oppressed the air that day, and when the evening came and the temperature slightly cooled, Jennie left her window open to invite what little breeze there might be into her flat. Like a fallen leaf, decayed and tossed from its

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    Rutten a columnist for the Los Angeles Times, he started as a columnist for the calendar section in 2002, and he also participated in the Times Pulitzer Prize-winning team coverage of the 1994 Northridge earthquake, and he won a 1991 award from the Greater Los Angeles Press Club in editorial writing. While Rutten attended University of California Los Angeles, he majored in political science, and wrote an excellent article on the issue regarding the water shortage in California, which gives him the interest

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