That why it really important for me to keep my own projects that I do by myself. That that why I have my own art, my illustrations. This will give her the freedom to choose in the future, Le Bon says. Popular workshop we ran focused on the STEM concepts involved in flight. We started by reading Angela Airplane, by Robert Munsch and asking teachers what forces would act on Angela airplane and what features the airplane would need to fly well, said McDiarmid. By this question, teachers built paper airplanes and had a contest to see whose could go the furthest It was an amazing demonstration of what airplanes need to fly, and an even better demonstration of the power of hands on STEM activities for engaging students.

This goes particularly for miillenials. The survey found that younger Canadians (ages 18 34) say they rarely take all their holidays because they too busy at work. They also feel more guilty about taking vacation days and are more likely to check their work email or voicemail on the beach in Jamaica or up at the cottage.The study also found that an incredible one in five of us said they would their personal safety to get the perfect how much fun I having shot for Instagram or Facebook..

Headquarters and is coordinating television coverage by Scripps broadcast and print journalists who are on assignment in Washington and in the Gulf region of the Middle East. Sprengelmeyer and photographer Todd Heisler. Sprengelmeyer and Heisler are reporting from the Middle East for the 21 Scripps daily newspapers and about 400 other news service clients nationwide.

Gun shows have long been notorious as shopping centers for illegal gun buyers. Irish Republican Army operatives, for instance, arranged the illegal purchase of thousands of firearms in 1999 at a gun show at the National Guard armory in Fort Lauderdale. Jamie Higgins, a special agent with the ATF in Miami, says it’s not uncommon to find disreputable dealers at gun shows.

There was something for everyone in Lac Seul, with treaty annuity payments happening on the first day. Youth came out to play games such as axe throwing and wood sawing in the ball field, or jumping around in bouncy castles. There was ice hockey, various water games, games for Elders, and a feast on both days..

The museum was built to accommodate items large and small. The collection now includes 37,000 objects, 3,500 of which are on display, including slave shackles, Harriet Tubman’s hymnal and shawl, and even a railroad car divided into separate sections for black and white passengers. There are photographs of lynchings and items from a slave ship that sank off the coast of Africa.