Nathan Cushing

The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan

The British Commonwealth Air Training Plan was designed Canada, Great Britain, New Zealand and Australia in 1939 and fully implemented in 1940. Its purpose was to handle all of the Allies’ air training programs within Canada. This included training programs… Continue Reading →

Venn Diagram

Trudeau Similarities Laurier Trudeau focuses on impacting individual lives for the better through open negotiation. He aims for everyone’s individual happiness to go up and caters to the individual. Trudeau has many promises to fulfill and has set expectations. His… Continue Reading →

Confederation DOL

I, Joseph Howe believe that is is in Nova Scotia’s best interests to not join the new Canadian Confederation. Currently, Nova Scotia is one of the furthest east colonies. This means we can use international trading exports, as well as… Continue Reading →

In depth #6

I am genuinely happy with what I have done over the past four months. I have managed to learn a lot more about event photography and some unique skills I never thought I would have learned. I learned about what… Continue Reading →

James Cameron

“Cameron’s great-great-great-grandfather, a schoolteacher, migrated from Balquhidder, Scotland, to Canada in 1825. ‘He was a bit of a free thinker. He didn’t like the king,’ “ This quote doesn’t directly relate to James Cameron, but relates to how Canada’s identity… Continue Reading →

John A. MacMemorialized

Nathan Mr. Morris English April 18, 2018 How do the values of the past translate to the values of the present, and therefore our current actions? Through judging history’s values, statements about society’s current beliefs translate to our actions. One… Continue Reading →

In Depth Week 11

Since my last blog post, I only took photos at a few more events and they were SlamJam and a new car release at a dealership. I’m not going to touch on SlamJam in this post a lot as I… Continue Reading →

Canada’s Identity DOL

Disclaimer: I discuss a variety of topics related to racist and discriminatory policies in the late 1800s from the perspective of people at the time and how they justified it. If you are not comfortable with this, please refrain from… Continue Reading →

Document of Learning #2

How Tina Fontaine’s murder sparked change for the country. Tina Fontaine is among the thousands of missing and murdered indigenous women that have affected Canada in a severely negative way over the years. She was only 15 years old when… Continue Reading →

Historical Thinking Questions

How do we know what we do about the past? I believe this question is the most important question to address in socials this year. The past i defined as everything that has ever happened before us, while history is… Continue Reading →

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