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IDRC | CRDI 20h
NOUVEAU : Mettre un terme au mariage des enfants avec
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IDRC | CRDI 20h
NEW : Breaking the bonds of childhood marriage w/
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Canadian Geographic Sep 21
“People have different values and don’t all think the same way about the herd. But to make a plan that will work, it’s essential to respect all perspectives.”
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Javier Frutos Sep 20
Grizzly bear in North Vancouver Island. @seawolfadventures
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Canadian Geographic Sep 21
Thanks to everyone who voted for the cover of our November/December issue guest edited by Minister . Here’s how we made the decision:
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ImmunizeBC Sep 20
With the 100th anniversary of the pandemic will explore the Spanish Flu outbreak of 1918-19. Why was it so deadly? And could it happen again?
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CPAC Sep 20
LIVE: "Unmasking Influenza" — discussion on impact of 1918 Spanish flu in Canada EN DIR. : « L'influenza démasquée » — Colloque sur l’impact de la grippe espagnole de 1918 au Canada organisé par la
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The RCGS/La SGRC Sep 20
Thread on the kickoff event for Unmasking Influenza, a fascinating new project we’re undertaking with , , and more to commemorate the centenary of the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
We’re happy to have you here!
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
And for a taste of what to expect from the broadcast and our forthcoming feature-length documentary on the 1918 pandemic, read ’ gripping feature on the social and emotional impact of the flu in Canada.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
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You can learn more about the Unmasking Influenza project at the link.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
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We are also honoured to have in the audience tonight Alex Saunders, whose mother was one of the few influenza survivors in the former Labrador community of Okak. Of Okak’s 263 residents, only 59 survived the outbreak.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
Replying to @CPAC_TV @CdnHeritage
Tonight’s forum will be taped and broadcast later this fall on as part of Unmasking Influenza, a project we’ve undertaken with to commemorate the centenary of the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic.
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
Tonight at 50 Sussex, we’re pleased to host Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s Chief Public Health Officer, and Dr. Esyllt Jones, historian & author, for a discussion on the lessons and legacy of the Spanish Flu pandemic, moderated by .
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Canadian Geographic Sep 20
It can be difficult to find real solitude in Banff National Park, but it's not impossible. Check out President 's account of his recent backpacking trip through the Front Ranges:
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CanGeo Education Sep 19
Have you ordered a copy of the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada? This groundbreaking educational resource is a must-have for every classroom across Canada. Teach your students about the land on which they live.
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The RCGS/La SGRC Sep 19
Have you checked out these exclusive first photos of the Canadian schooner Queen of the Lakes? Explorer-in-Residence made the first dive on the wreck:
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Canadian Geographic Sep 19
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Can’t wait!
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Canada Sep 19
That’s it for today, thanks for tuning in! See you on October 17 to talk about Canadian Food & Wine!
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Can Geo Travel Sep 19
Replying to @CanGeo @ExploreCanada
Great photos, great destinations!
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