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    During the height of the British Empire—a time of exploration, discovery and colonization—lower class citizens of Great Britain were suffering under the weight of upper-class oppression. Many of these farmers, braziers, blacksmiths and etcetera passed the long arduous hours of manual labor by daydreaming of freedom, adventure, excitement and most of all landownership in the New World. The class system of eighteenth century England was rigid and restrictive to upward mobility; whereas, the New World

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    This is an installation by Workshop Architecture of Toronto called “Red Blanket” (Burshtein, Karen), and it is part of the current winter’s Warming Huts event, an initiative which takes place annually since 2010 on the Red River Mutual Trail in Winnipeg. Firms and individuals from all over the world, including Canada, seize the opportunity to propose a design for the competition, often redefining the concept of a “warming hut” – a structure usually found along ski trails (wise geek). The rivers’

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    future development of transportation within the capital region will be developed in conjunction with the Partnership of the Manitoba Capital Region (PMCR). The master plan would identify the opportunities and challenges for transportation within the Winnipeg area. It will also create a map that is intended to address the needs of its residents and municipalities (Tomorrow Now). • The Manitoba GrEEEn Trucking Program (Economically and Environmentally Efficient) was a four year limited funding program

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    Musicians and showcase there talent and sometimes shell shock people who never knew how good they are. Canada does this time over again in modern times and in early years. Canadians continue to reach top charts in other nations like America. Canadians even did this in the 1970's. Canadians musicians and entertainers of , the 1970's had major impact of their industries. As well they helped to showcase their impressive talent, passing the way for future generations of entertainers. Anna Murray, The

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    Effects of Eutrophication on Humans

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    oxygen depletion and problems in water treatments. Eutrophication is currently happening to many of the Canadian Lakes including Lake Winnipeg. Since 1969, it has been observed that Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) has been the reason for the 90% hike in the algal blooms.Cyanobacteria causes a smelly odour and releases toxins that are detrimental to humans and some other organisms. When the lake is enriched with phosphorus, cyanobacteria thrive due to nitrogen-fixing. Due to the unfair advantage cyanobacteria

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    The Decrease in Goal Production in the NHL When I look back to 1992-1993 I remember A few things, Teemu Selanne Scoring 76 goals in the NHL as a rookie, tying Alexander Mogilny. I cant forget 30 players having over 100 points, 15 with over 50 goals in a season. As I watch the fastest game on earth now, I see the most talented players in the world, struggling to score 30, maybe even 40. The same players who scored 70+ goals are having 30 goal season's. Have the players gotten worse or has hockey

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    life and death. At the age of thirteen Margaret Laurence's first story "Pillars of a Nation" was published in the newspaper TheWinnipeg Free Press. The fictional town name Manawaka first appeared in this story. Her second work published in the Winnipeg Free Press was "The Case of the Blond Butcher" only a few months after the first.

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    Drinking Water Scarcity and Conservation

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    up only a very small amount of all water. Most water on Earth is in the oceans (97 percent). The remaining portion (~3 percent) is in frozen (in glaciers) or is below the land surface, i.e., groundwater found in aquifers. Amazingly all the water in lakes, inland seas, rivers, and the atmosphere amounts to only 0.023 percent (or two parts per ten-thousand) of all the water on our planet. Of the fresh drinking water available to us, 72 percent is frozen, which leaves... ... middle of paper ... .

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    Acid Rain

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    The Effects of Acid Rain on Lakes and Trees Acid rain has long been argued by society’s most formidable minds. It indirectly destroys ecosystems that surround forests and lakes (Taylor, 26). People need to make decisions dealing with the destruction of nature and the role acid rain plays in it. Acid rain destroys millions of forests and lakes (Taylor, 26 ). Studies show that acid rain is one of the largest contributing factors in the death of forests and lakes. Acid rain indirectly kills millions

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    Air Pollution

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    these affects is the acidification of lakes and streams and trees at high elevations (for example, red spruce trees above 2,000 ft). acid rain primarily affects sensitive bodies of water those which rest atop soil with a limited ability to neutralize acidic compounds (called “buffering capacity”). Many lakes in the National Surface Water survey (NSWS) suffer from chronic acidity ,a condition in which water has a constantly low ph level. In some sensitive lakes in Scandinavia acidification has completely

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