Posts Tagged ‘ Canada ’

Icelandic Foot In The Door

October 24, 2011

By Carlos Encinas and Wyatt McCall. The Little Northern European Island is the EU’s Key Step for the Arctic. The melting Arctic is more than a problem, it’s also soon to be a hot spot of economic eruption.  Where once was ice, there now churns liquid assets.  Where once only the bravest of explorers...
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Canadian and European Students Have Shared Knowledge About EU

September 27, 2011

Taken from Jessica Cheng, a first year university student from Canada, admits she is embarrassed about her lack of knowledge on the European Union, which currently comes from Twitter news updates. “We don’t really talk about the EU,” says Cheng. “There are more important issues for us, like what happens in the United...
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A Journalist between a jazz singer and a ballet dancer

September 8, 2009

It was going to be the second time we sat down and talked, but I could notice that there was already trust between Teresa and me. This Canadian girl, with some American heritage, is very open minded and has been in many different situations. She has an extraordinary capacity to adapt herself. Vancouver, Czech...
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