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url 2018-12-03 07:08
Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program

The Immigrant Investor Venture Capital Pilot Program endorses economic growth and employment in Canada by attracting people with investment, business or managerial skills for business immigration to Canada. for more details please contact-3069792481 ,Visit Website-https://ircc.ca/federal/immigrate/immigrant-investors/

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url 2018-12-03 05:43
Super Visa for Parents - Determine Your Eligibility to Visit Children in Canada

Super visa is a temporary resident permit that allows parents and grandparents to stay upto 2 years in Canada per visit with a validation upto 10 year. For 6 month stay period, one can opt for a regular multiple-entry visa. For More Information Visit Website- https://ircccanada.tumblr.com/post/180679846903/super-visa-for-parents-determine-your-eligibility

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url 2018-12-03 05:14
Learn Everything You Need to Know about Canadian Immigration and Visa

Canada is deemed to be one of the most immigrant friendly nations in the world. With its aesthetic beauty as serene as the scent of its maple syrup, Canada has a demographic comprising of a multitude of nationalities and origins. For More Information Visit Website- https://ircccanada.livejournal.com/293.html

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review 2018-11-04 16:39
The Quiet Place - Sarah Stewart, David Small
The Quiet Place - Sarah Stewart,David Small

An antidote to the toxic attitude toward immigrants of color right now. As if people of Northern European descent somehow have a more valid claim to American citizenship than indigenous people of the continent. It's like demanding that the UK remain for Romans only. 


Set in 1957 the dresses are spot on an appropriate, and matched with mid-century furnishings, signage, and motor vehicles.


Library copy

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review 2018-10-30 04:54
A Must Read and good one to discuss..
The Girl Who Smiled Beads: A Story of War and What Comes After - Clemantine Wamariya

It’s not an easy subject to write and review about. What can you really say about it when it’s filled with tragedy, mass displacement, and human suffering. It’s definitely an eye opener and if you’re wanting a book to read and discuss this would be an ideal one.


What is prevalent all throughout the novel is Clemantine’s feeling of displacement and how she’s not really entire ‘whole’ or she’s never really had a place to call ‘home’ considering all she’s been through. She’s gone through various countries through Africa only to be displaced time after time. It’s emotionally jarring and to even think that Clemantine was only a child during this period would be traumatizing to any child exposed to this world.


I find the book interesting and shows how her behavior is like once she moves to the US. Clemantine constantly seeks new opportunities but it feels as if she’s doing so to learn more about herself or to constantly fill herself so she can feel wholesome. Every time she accomplishes something, she goes out to do more. It’s never ending. It’s an admirable trait if you look from another perspective but if you don’t know her real background, you would assume she’s a normal, overachieving teenager.


Claire’s strength is admirable throughout the story. Despite all the chaos going around her, she is constantly trying to improve so she can get out with Clemantine. The sad part is, because of what was happening around them, they didn’t really have the chance to be actual sisters. Claire looked out for everyone, Clemantine stayed home and held the fort.


No matter how hard you try you can’t really put yourself in their perspective. You can’t really know how it is until you’re actually there experiencing it too (and no one wants that obviously) you can only wish Clemantine and her family will continue to lead on successful and fulfilling lives like they rightly deserve just like everyone else.

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