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The Second Class Games? Apathy and Nonchalance Haunt Vancouver's Paralympics
The Paralympic Games deserve an equal amount of public attention. Why so much apathy?
Mar 15th, 2010
A Battle for Hockey Dominance: Canada vs. USA
How will Team Canada fare against Team USA when they duke it out in Men's Hockey on Feb. 21? As these teams are closely matched in skill and talent, this game is surely to be very close.
Feb 20th, 2010
Your Olympic Effort to Boost Canada’s Reputation
Despite the celebration and festivities of the Olympics, the Games still remain a political event. As Canada will be under the global eye, what can you do to protect a positive Canadian reputation in
Feb 1st, 2010
Global Interdependence and the 2010 Olympic Games
A high-level of positive and negative energy can be felt in Vancouver as we prepare for the 2010 Olympic Games, and as these preparations interrupt the lives of many Vancouverites, and remind us of it
Jan 17th, 2010
Avatar: A Vehicle for Cross-Generational Conversation
How Fox's smash blockbuster "Avatar" gave life to a SkyTrain conversation between an elderly man, a mother, and her young son.
Jan 8th, 2010