Micaela Powers

Discovering Ontario’s Service Industry

Ontario’s GDP is divided into two categories: goods and services. According to the province’s Ministry of Finance, goods, such as raw materials and final products of the agricultural, forestry, mining and manufacturing industries account for...

Discovering Ontario’s Industries and Culture: Agriculture

One of Ontario’s primary industries is agriculture. There are farms all over Ontario, but most of them are in the southern area, where the soil is more fertile and the growing season is a little...

Manufacturing and its Impact on Ontario’s Economy

Ontario is rich in natural resources – from the forests and minerals in the north to the fertile farmland in the south. Although some of these resources are exported as raw materials, Ontario has a...

The Canadian Fishing Industry

Canada and the United States are well known for sharing a long land border, but Canada’s other borders are shared with oceans, the Pacific in the west, the Atlantic in the east and the Arctic...

Canada: Ontario’s Forestry Industry and What You Need to Know Today

The province of Ontario’s land comprises 66 per cent of forest, according to Ontario.ca. Most of this is in the Boreal forest region, on the Canadian Shield. There are three other main forest regions in...

Ontario Overview

Ontario has densely populated cities along the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River in the south, and remote communities in the forests of the Canadian Shield in the north. This is reflected in the top...

The Canadian aerospace industry reaches for the stars

Manufacturing is the second largest industry in Canada, accounting for around 10 per cent of the country’s GDP according to Statistics Canada. Many products are manufactured in Canada, but the area that sees the most...

An Introduction to Canadian Industries

Canada is the second largest country in the world and is divided into 10 provinces and three territories, each with a unique economy and culture. Because the Canadian landscape varies dramatically from coast to coast,...

English language skill test options amid the COVID-19 Pandemic

International students planning to study at a Canadian designated learning institution (DLI) must meet several admission requirements. Although each DLI has its requirements, most assess applicants’ transcripts, professional backgrounds, motivation letters, academic and professional recommendations...

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Five Ways to Create an Eco-Friendly Beauty Routine for Fall

For many, the autumn season marks a new beginning as school resumes and the summer holiday ends. Hence, routines evolve and schedules change to...

Discovering the Canadian Film and Screen Industry

Filmmaking is more than just artistic expression. As an industry, it has evolved into a highly profitable enterprise. Canada’s film and screen industry contributed...

How Public Libraries Support Newcomers to Canada

For many Canadians, public libraries play an essential role in daily life. Canada’s first public libraries opened in 1883. One of the oldest publicly...

Combat dryness this fall season

It is no secret that when the leaves start to change, so does our skin. Our summer glow fades, and skin starts to look...

Phu Quy Island Travel Guide

A “raw pearl hidden in the middle of the sea” is what Binh Thuan locals call the island of Phu Quy. This is because...

The Many Sides of Vancouver

On a recent trip to Vancouver, I learned to see the city a little differently. I was trying out two downtown hotels during my stay....

Spooky and Spectacular Places to Discover This Halloween in Ontario

If you're looking for some strange and spooky, family-friendly outings or even the creepiest attractions, check out our top recommendations for mysterious scary Halloween...

Second Generation Asian Canadians Dominating in Baseball

Over the previous few decades, very few North American Asian baseball players have been able to make it to the major leagues. Baseball is...

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