What is the Canadian Identity?

Now we find ourselves 150 years from the forming of the country that is represented by the bright red maple leaf emblazoned in a white square upon a field of red. Much has changed since that inaugural date but one question still stands out as unanswered. And that question is: What is the Canadian identity?

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Father’s Day Celebrations Around the World

The father-figures we watch and are exposed to are quintessential beacons for the types of fathers men want to be for their children. They envision themselves as the fathers they see and read about, and strive each day to be that beacon for their own children.

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Queen Victoria and the Brain of a Multilingual

There are many surprising things to learn about the Grandmother of Europe such as the fact that she was a hemophiliac, she proposed to her husband Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, and she spoke four languages: German (her first language), English, French and Hindustani.

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Mother’s Day a Celebration Around the World

But where did the term “mother tongue” come from?

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The Origin of Intelligence and Language

While the movie creates an interesting premise for the unknown origin of intelligence it also brings up the fact that, like intelligence, there is no conclusive evidence that shows when or how language began.

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