Monthly Archives: August 2011

Wanna buy a llama?

My lovely apartment is located in downtown Sucre. It’s a fourth-floor walk-up with a large balcony and a panoramic view of the city. Probably the best perk of my residence is that it’s just around the corner from the Mercado … Continue reading

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Making a difference in Bolivia

Hi. My name is Jasmine Sealy and I’m an International Development Studies Co-op student at UTSC. I’m currently on placement in Bolivia. My official mandate for Oxfam-Quebec is to act as advisor in the areas of leadership and communication for … Continue reading

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Does climate change affect wine making? A tour of Niagara’s wine region.

The Niagara wine region has been blessed by its geographic locations bounded in the north by Lake Ontario and in the south by Lake Erie.  The last glaciations that ended 10,000 years ago formulated the Niagara Escarpment, mainly the St. … Continue reading

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