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Images Celebrating the Outaouais now on Flickr

The Outaouais region is steeped in history. Library and Archives Canada collections reflect this history, and remind us of the enduring importance of the people who have lived here, their economic and commercial enterprises, and the natural beauty of the region. 71 more words


It's a girl!

Amid much less fanfare that I thought was likely, our Prime Minister gave birth to a baby daughter yesterday. Rather surprisingly, when Google’s landing page is opened from a New Zealand IP address, a rather small image acknowledges the arrival. 242 more words

New Zealand


Interconnected through the BT home hub
The glowing, extraterrestrial, central nervous system of the World Wide Web
Following each other across the globe
Facebook, WhatsApp, Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, Flickr… 87 more words

Unseen Illness

Images of Racing now on Flickr

Race (noun) – a competition between runners, horses, vehicles, boats, etc., to see which is the fastest in covering a set course.

Yes, Canadians race through all kinds of weather and situations too! 54 more words


Reducing Singapore Reliance on Foreign Labour

Singapore Humble Beginning

Singapore is a small nation state founded from a British Colony Trading Port.  The early days of Singapore saw many migrants coming from South Asia and Southern China settling down in this small island to build up a successful trading outpost and a place called home. 3,267 more words

Foreign Labour

National Identity Crisis: A Scot Living in England *

I had no idea how important my national heritage was to me until I moved away from it. More importantly, I didn’t know how much it defined me in the eyes of other people. 782 more words


Images of Point Pelee National Park and Pelee Island now on Flickr

Point Pelee National Park is located in southwestern Ontario. The park is a peninsula that extends into Lake Erie and consists of marsh and woodland that are home to diverse flora and fauna. 125 more words