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Month: June 2014

Immigration problem worries Maria

Submitted by Nate Prosser, Legal Services Society Level 3 Maria is a refugee from Mexico. Maria is scared. She thinks she might have to leave Canada. In 2005, Maria came to Vancouver from Mexico with her two kids. She claimed refugee status. Maria and her children stayed in Canada as refugees. They became permanent residents….

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National Aboriginal Day – June 21

Adapted from Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada website Level 3 On June 21, we take time to learn more about aboriginal culture and history. National Aboriginal Day is for all Canadians. Share in the celebration! Take the National Aboriginal Day quiz here! For more information, visit the Indian and Northern Affairs Canada website. Look…

Holidays
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A big hug

2014 Write a Story contest winners Story by Stella Kong Vancouver, BC This story is by one of our four winners. Click the link to read the story.

Life Stories
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A childhood phase

2014 Write a Story contest winners Story by Bobbi Earl Summerland, BC This story is by one of our four winners. Click the link to read the story.

Life Stories
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The real me

2014 Write a Story contest winners Story by Alberto Holz Osoyoos, BC This story is by one of our four winners. Click the link to read this story.

Life Stories
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Mini-farms sprouting at Delta schools

Adapted from The Vancouver Sun Level 3 Students in Delta schools are learning about farming. They grow, harvest, cook, preserve and distribute their own produce. Project Pickle makes pickles. Project Pickle started at Pebble Hill Elementary School in 2012. Their mini-farm was five raised garden beds. Students planted 200 cucumber plants in June. They harvested 35…

Education
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