Victoria is a beautiful land full of rich resources and wonderful natural landscape. Personally, I
would not live in Victoria; however, I would definitely choose Victoria to be a vacation spot.
Victoria has small regions of cities but the cities
Title: Climate Change (Specifically in the Arctic)
Presenters: Aisha, Manasvi, Ravicha and Shankavi
Date of Presentation: Tuesday, February 28, 2016
Outline of Seminar:
Causes of Climate Change
o Earths Orbit, volcanic eruptions, changes
Thursday, January 12, 2017
State of Denial
Two months from now, what or who do you think you will remember from this film and why?
Two months from now, I believe that I will remember president Mbeki and how ignorant he was of the
situation of HIV a
In our media presentation, we chose to do a podcast show that was similar to an interview
with characters from The Yellow Wallpaper. I voiced the host of the show, I interviewed Jane and
Jennie as well as introduce the specialist Dr. Markway. My script fr
Monday, January 16, 2017
DUE end of class Wednesday Jan 18th
1. When is World AIDS Day? 
o World AIDS Day is on December 1st.
Stages of Infection
Read over the stages of HIV Infection:
Option: The Geography of Food and Health
Evaluate life expectancy, infant mortality rate (IMR) and
child mortality, HALE (health-adjusted life expectancy),
calorie intake, access to safe water and access to health
services as indicators
The Geography of Food and
Health is defined by The World Health Organisation as a state of complete physical, mental and social
Food miles: A measure of the distance that food travels from its source to t
Core 1: Populations in transition
Responses to high and
Gender and change
Explain population trends and patterns in births (Crude Birth Rate), natural increase and
mortality (Crude Death Rate,
1. How can we improve our knowledge question?
- Affect instead of effect
- More clear not broad enough
- Yes it does effect
- More about the knowledge itself
2. How strong are our arguments and claims?
- Did not understand where you
- More coh
1. What did I research?
2. How many resources did I use and what were the resources (specific)?
What was the point of writing your tache, what purpose did it serve?
Why did you choose to write a blo
Victorias natural landscape is a marvelous sight to be seen. Victoria is located on the Vancouver
Island (the most western island in Canada) which has abundant of trees and mountains; in fact,
only regions near Victoria are urban, the re
Victorias Climate and Weather
Climate in Victoria is directly affected by its geographical location. Victoria is close to a large
body of water that draws excess heat off the land and adds humidity during the winter to create a
thermal blanket. Due to the
Victoria is very rich with resources; most people see this and take economic-based jobs. Much of
the population is working with forestry, shipping, fishing, mining, recreation, and tourism. Most
of the population being resourced based,
History of Victoria
The city of Victoria has a rich history full of developments, changes, and discoveries that shaped
Western Canadas oldest city. History was made in 1778, when the first European adventurer
Captain James Cook set foot on what is now Vic
Victoria has many popular festivals, museums, observatories, and nature walks. Recently, many
from around the world have gone to The Victoria Film Festival, which offered a range of
cultural, artistic and philosophical ideas and lifestyle
The follow shows a population pyramid of British Columbia to compare with Victorias
As you can see, the baby boom effect applies to British Columbia and Victorias population.
I predict that as the baby boomers age, the cate
A lot of things are unique about Victoria that you cant quite find anywhere else.
1. In 1967, many Ferry passengers claimed to see a mermaid with long blonde hair sitting
on a rock, eating a salmon! Even though this is hard to believe, photos take
Unit 3: Solutions, Acids and Bases
Unit 8: Acids, Bases and Equilibrium
Chapter 6: Acids and Bases
Unit 8: Acids, Bases and Equilibrium
Properties of Acids and Bases
Operational Definitions: How