Camping is a classic summertime activity, and it’s a great way to spend quality time outdoors with your friends and family. Filmed at the Elora Gorge, this video shows you how to prepare delicious food while camping. Roasting food over a fire not only makes it taste great, but it’s fun too!
This heartwarming video was posted by Rebecca Davies a spokesperson for the Ripple Refugee Project, a Toronto-based group of private citizens that sponsors, settles, and helps to integrate newcomers to Canada.
Remembrance day takes place on November 11 every year and marks the signing of the agreement to end World War One. This Sunday marks 100 years since the signing of this agreement. Remembrance Day is about showing our respect and gratitude to those who have sacrificed for our country. In Canada poppies are worn to remember because they are the flowers which grew on the battlefields after World War One ended.
Citizenship Week, which runs from Oct 8-14, is a great way to welcome new Canadians. Today, a group of new Canadians were welcomed to Canada by the Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship, Ahmed Hussen, when they took their citizenship oath at the top of Toronto’s CN Tower.
There is one food that you are likely to find at almost every Thanksgiving Day table in this country, and that is pumpkin pie!
The Avon Maitland District School Board Centre for Employment and Learning has created an online English as a second language program called Anytime ESL. Anytime ESL is a free program offered to all anyone that qualifies for Adult Non-Credit ESL services.
Anytime ESL, has developed an online instructor-led program that provides learners with an opportunity to practice their speaking and listening skills in a supportive environment. Learners at Canadian Language Benchmark Levels 1-5 can register online to participate in Live Group Discussions. This program will begin in September 2018 and continue until March 2019. A calendar of events and conversation topics can be found at Coffee Break Discussions.
September 28-30 2018 local artists will be inviting the public into their homes and studios to view their work. Visit the Autumn Leaves Studio Tour web site to find more information and a map to fantastic studio locations.