My Collaborative Learning Environment
FEW - branding and other corporate services; https://few.io/
Allbirds - shoes; https://www.allbirds.com/
In a website, i believe that it is very important that if the website is about giving information that the information is easy to find. If the user has to look through tabs and scroll for several minutes to find what they're looking for then the design isn't very good.
Review information on Web design practices, and new page designs. Set some criteria for what you think web pages should look like and how they should work in general. Avoid design considerations for specific products or services.
december 6- morning of decemeber 6 two vessels collieded.
decmeber 6- 20 minutes later at 9;04-:35am the S.S blanc exploped
decmeber 6 - the explotion killing 2000 people and ruining 2621 houses.
The Halifax exposion was a disaster in Halifax, Nova Soctia on the moring of December 6th, 1917. A frech cargo ship laden with high explosives, collided with the norwegian vessel SS Lmo in the narrows, a strait connceting the upper Halifax Harbour to Bedford Basin.
Mont-Blanc was carrying explosivess from New York to Boordeaux in France, and passed through Halifax. The Imo was a Norwegian ship that was leaving the harbour. The Imo was in a dificult spot in the haarbour to pass because of 2 ships that had just passed it.
1621-First encounter with english and 1st Nations along Cape Cod.
1917-The Halifax Explosion which killed 2000, disabled 9000, and left 25000 people without adequite shelter
1943-Canadian allied forces capture the Villa Rogatti
Alot of things happened on Dec 6, But im 99% sure that you wanted us to look into the 100th anniversary of the Halifax Explosion. So here are some interesting facts on the Halifax Explosion. Which Hapened on Dec 6 1917
Wednesday dec6 100th Anniversary Halifax Explosion Memorial Service
December 6th is a A Maritime disaster- Halifax NS explosion
-On the morning of December 6th, 1917, 9:04:35
-SS Mont-Blanc a French cargo ship with high explosives collioded with the norigian vessel.
The Halifax harbour exploded because 2 ships collided. One was a french cargo ship that had many explosives and the other was a norweigan vessel this happened at around 8;45 am.
december 6 1917. The halifax explostion. killing 2000 people, 9000 left blinded or maimed,25000 left without selter. 2621 houses ruined.
the morning of december 6 the boat The S.S blanc collied with the norwegian vessel S.S imo.
December 6th is The National Day Of Remembrance And Action on Violence Against Women. This day is also known as The White Ribbon Day. It is the day where in Canada each December 6th, the anniversary of the 1989 Ecole Polytechnique Massacre.
Wednesday was a pop vocal group
1917 - Halifax explosion happened in Halifax killing more than 1900 people in the largest man-made explosion to date. 9000 more were injured, and just about everything within 800 meters was completely destroyed. $35 million in damages were done ($569 million today)
-There was a explosion in Halifax on december 6th 1917. A cargo ship called SS Mont-LeBlanc was filled with explosives and it collided into the SS Imo. There was about 2,000 people that were killed, and we guess that around 9,000 people were injurred.
1. A visual representation of what canadians wore to play in, to work in, and to go out in dress clothes. And how making canadian clothing and selling them made canada lots of money. How there were clothing companies that helped develop the nation.
What we do with our selves can represent sexuality, culture or race. Recently men wearing makeup has become stanardnized in our lifes and its normal now to everyone who sees it, we no longer sit here and think of it as weird and only being a girl thing to wear it.
My project will be on the military history of Canada
Visual representation – photo of some war veterans, speak about their significance, and their impact on Canada today
The Canadian Pacific Railway has a more formal name which is known as the CP Rail. It is a owned by Canadian Pacific Railway Limited, CPRL began all of there operation as legal owners in 2001 but the CPR is a historic class l railroad which was originally put in place back in 1881.
Social Change in the 19th and 20th Centuries
A couple of links to try (these will open in a new browser tab or window):
On October 21, 1880 the government signed a contract with the pacific canadian railway company lead by George Stephen. The construction of the pacific canadian railway began.
the canadian pacific railway (cpr) it was started in 1881 and finished in 1885 it went from east to west british coluimba to hailfax. it was canadas first trans continetalrailway.