Morris April  16th 2018 Humanities 10 TALONS The first prime minister of Canada, Sir John A. Macdonald, was responsible for building the Canadian Pacific Railroad, forming parliament and separating the country from Britain, but the people he used to get there were unacknowledged, excluded, and treated like a “separate species” (Stanley). When he first came […]

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As of Wednesday, I have completed my 6th gluten-free creation, a lemon meringue pie. This was by far the most challenging of the recipes that I have completed as the crust was extremely hard to perfect, due to both the gluten-free ingredients, and some pie crusts are prone to crumbling. This did not hinder the […]

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Historical significance: The inquiry question that I posed for study was, “How did Ochasteguin kick start Canadian economy?”. Before I delve into the fruits of my research, Ochasteguin was the chief of the Arendaenronnon nation of the Wendat Confederacy, the lesser of the two indigenous peoples who were controlling the trade along the St. Lawrence […]

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The event that I believe has effected Canada in a great manner would be the war of 1812, in which Canada and the USA were involved in a conflict, where the USA was attempting to invade Canada in an effort to gain land and cut off British supply lines (as they were also an enemy […]

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UPDATE: Thus far, I have completed 5 out of 7 food items, and have planned to re-make them to verify during the spring break. At the bottom of this post, I have included a few photos to show you of my work thus far. The next meeting will be the upcoming Saturday, in which we […]

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1. What is the Story of my 2002 Canadian Mint Specimen Set? 2. What type of source is this? Who created it? When and where was it produced? This is a primary source, as the coins contained inside were made straight from the mint in Ontario during the time of printing in the beginning of […]

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After careful thought and consideration, eliminating the questions in which I believe we have already delved deep into, I came to the conclusion that the best question from the “Guideposts to Historical Thinking”, is “The Ethical Dimension”, or “How can history help us to live in the present. The main reason I have selected this […]

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Hey TALONS, During my last meet-up with my mentor, we made breakfast cookies, literal cookies made from rice cereal and oats, making it a breakfast cookie, made from breakfast, that you can eat for breakfast. During the meeting, I copied down the flour recipe, and can now use it at my own house, both for […]

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It took awhile to recover it, but I managed to re-post my indepth post 2   How did your mentor gain their experience/ expertise? Over the years, my mentor has gained her experience through the years of toil and trouble of being on a gluten free diet. With years of practice, you tend to uncover […]

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In Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, there are a variety of main characters, and the one I chose to analyse with the Myers-Briggs test was none other than Juliet’s mother figure, the nurse. The nurse, known by no other name than that, leaves a lasting impact on the audience with her unique sense of humour, and is […]

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