Voting, participating in democracy, is seen as a civil right and duty for Canadians – you can vote and you should. Canadians who can vote are expected to so democracy continues. The question for many, not just first time voters: how do you vote?
Diversity and multiculturalism shown in Toronto at a vigil for a van attack Rahman Mohamed
On April 23 Toronto, Canada was hit with a tragedy. It has not been classified as a terrorist attack. Along Yonge Street 24 people were hit by a man driving on the sidewalk; 10 died. Victims included locals and foreigners, a tragedy that was felt across borders. On Sunday, April 29 a vigil was held for victims of the attack.
Rahman Mohamed A vegetable available for your teeth, stomach and phone.
As the New Year begins New Year’s Resolutions are on the tip of the tongue. Although their popularity is dipping they are still made. Commonly known, one of the most popular resolutions when the year is new is losing weight. It’s also a resolution that’s among the “not-fulfilled” (the broken resolution)
Carrots are among children’s favourite vegetables. They have a taste, a crunch and a nice colour; in Canada they’re most often orange but they are reported to grow in a variety of colours. Recently (5 December 2017) Medical News reported a range about carrots.
Carrots have antioxidants. They may be a prevention for cancer
They have Vitamin A, help prevent vision loss
They contain protein, fibre, Vitamin C, Calcium, iron, potassium, sodium and other minerals and Vitamins
Unknown to many Canadian governments have been working to help Canadians lose weight and learn more about health using an app. Available on the Apple App Store and Google Play the app is named “Carrot Rewards”. Continue reading →