Indie’s 3am thoughts

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The Ology of an Apology

Canada is a beautiful place. People come here travelling or immigrating all the time, because generally it’s a cool place to be, and it always has been. Since Canada has existed, people have travelled far to get here, and stay here, but 100 years ago, that was a bigger deal than can be today, because…

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The Legacy of the Komagata Maru

The Komagata Maru was a ship that sailed in to Vancouver from India in 1914, with the hopes that the passengers could make a life in Canada. Unfortunately, Canada was extremely racist at the time, and didn’t want anyone who wasn’t white, so they held the passengers on the ship for a few months, then…

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The Government Is Us

Hello, my name’s Indy and in this post I’m going to be telling you about the latest project that I did!  This project was called “Think you can do better?” and it was all about politics, and how we should or would govern ourselves, if we were given the power to do so currently. In…

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Press release

Traditionalist Party of Canada Press Release What makes us unique?   Our party is unique in the way that we aren’t left wing or right wing, we’re economically right, but socially progressive, we’re not even considered to be central. Our party works to stabilize the economy and decrease the wealth gap in a right wing style,…

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Why will small specific parties never get seats?

Hi! I’m Indy and today we’re going to talk about why small political parties like the Marijuana party, or the Animal protection party or even the Green Party can’t get seats during elections. Quite a few of these parties are single issue parties, which means their platform points are actually really just 1 or 2. For…

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WWI! Artifacts, soldiers and videos oh my!

Hi there, my name is Indy, and I’m here to tell you about my experience through a project called The Great War Exhibit. The driving question for this project was: How might we use artifacts and film to show the significance of WWI?  My soldier was called Eugene Gerald Hunt, he was in WWI and…

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Nationalism is a case for all nations!

Hi, welcome to my blog post on a project that we just finished called a Case For a Nation. This project was all about nationalism in history, and nationalism today. The driving question for this project was: How can an understanding of nationalism in the past, help us make sense of today? This blog post is…

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Frankenstuffies! What a time to chop up stuffies!

Hello! This is my blog post on a project we just finished called: Frankenstuffies. It was our 3rd and final project before the break.  This project was all about the Industrial Revolution and how it transformed the world. The driving question was: How do revolutions transform the world. My answer to this question was: Revolutions…

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Storm the barricades!!! Is that a metaphor or a revolution?

Hello! You’ve come across my Blog post about my experience of the learning my class and I did on this project, called Storm the Barricades!  For this project we did some petty cool stuff. Everything we did was based around the driving question, which was: How do revolutions transform societies? We answered this question by…

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Running a remake!

Hello! This is my first blog post of grade 9, it’s been a while since I’ve written a blog post. I hope you’re all doing well, and let’s just jump into it and see this project together. So this is my journey of The project called Running A Remake! Here we go! The driving question…

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