Monthly Archives: September 2016

Tourism in Newfoundland

Economic Impacts Newfoundland’s economy is heavily dependent on natural resources, typically cod fishing being the most prominent income generator. However, Newfoundland’s history has had the misfortune of experiencing lingering economic hardships because of its declining fish stocks. (Cadigan, 2009). This … Continue reading

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The Greek and Syrian Conflict

Introduction The Mediterranean country of Greece lays sprawled across the Aegean, Ionian and Mediterranean seas.  Located in south-eastern Europe, it lays at the meeting point of three continents – Europe, Asia and Africa. Several hundred of its islands form steppingstones … Continue reading

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Jumbo Joe Thornton

Allow us all to stop, pause and reflect on the NHL. Reflect on players who continuously fly under the radar but consistently find themselves atop the NHL for points, among other categories. Reflect on their mentality, the way the play the … Continue reading

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