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Animation Club is Seeking New Members

Written by: Naoreen Kabir – Grade 12

Have you ever thought about dabbling into the world of animation? Lester B Pearson’s animation club is looking for new members of all experience levels. 62 more words

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Pearson Press Has Kicked Off For The School Year

Written by: Naoreen Kabir – Grade 12

Pearson Press, Lester B Pearson’s student-run blog has now started up for the school year. The club met today at lunch in room 1212, with many newcomers and returning members gathering for the first meeting of the year. 119 more words

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Have any PMs been Olympians?

No, they haven’t. But two came very close. Lester Pearson enjoyed a prolific and competitive hockey career, particularly during his years studying at Oxford, playing for Switzerland in the European championships in 1922. 93 more words

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The story of the woman who sewed Canada's first maple leaf flag

A Canadian flag hangs from the garage of Joan and Brian O’Malley’s home just south of Ottawa International Airport. Red-and-white petunias line the walk leading up to the front door, where a small table bursts almost to life with red-and-white paper flags. 1,001 more words

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We are all descendants of Adam, and we are all products of racial miscegenation. – Lester B. Pearson http://ift.tt/1NSADMN

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From three leaves to one

1964: The cabinet of Lester Pearson approves his favoured design for a Canadian national flag. It’s three red maple leaves flanked by blue vertical bars. 65 more words

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I have worked in a very close and cordial way with Norwegian representatives at many international meetings, and the pleasure I felt at those associations was equaled only by the profit I always secured from them. 7 more words

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