Infinity Development - Lafleche Tourism and Hospitality Cooperative

About this class

Infinity Development is a model company and professional cooperative which is comprised of third year students from the Tourism and Hotel and Restaurant Management programs at College Lafleche.   The cooperative specializes in offering professional consulting services for businesses in the hospitality sector which seek to maximize their sustainability and reduce their environmental and socio-economic impact.  Infinity devopment believes very strongly that sustainable, responsible, and equatable practices do not come at the expense of profitability, to the contrary, sustainability is the future of the travel and hospitality sector. 

 

 

 

  • Services offered:  marketing research,  branding/rebranding, product development, quality assurance audits, advertising, pubic outreach and education

 

  • Mission: Bridging the gap between sustainable practices and profitability.  We do business forever!
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by fanoushka on November 23, 2017
This is a pamphelt I wrote to educate people about sustainable tourism in North Africa

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by Béatrice Provençal on November 21, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Recently, there was an alert in Montreal, raised by Environment Canada, regarding air quality. The air was severely affected, to a point where there was a possibility of smog. This smog is caused by an elevated level of pollution. According to Développement durable, Environnement et Lutte contre les changements climatiques, a smog is a yellowish haze from a mixture of air pollutants that limits visibility in the atmosphere.

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by imaneeem on November 14, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
What is a vegan diet, How do people become vegan?

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by TYuen5678 on November 14, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
  Description of The Project _____________________________________________________________________________________

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by coraliedallaire on November 13, 2017
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Video of Ellen Degeneres "Hey Wrinkle Face!" Commercial for Olay Simply Ageless Foundation | COVERGIRL  

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by Wallace Lou on November 13, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Wallace Lou, Lina Osmani, Farah Majid, Kazuki Gonzalez-Adachi, Georgi Maslyankov   What is our goal?

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by DanielBoon on November 13, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Gianni Delli Colli  Marco Polce  Samuel Leger Danyyil Bun   Green Cars With the new innovations being brought upon eco-friendly cars, we question which is better, electric or gasoline? The quick answer everyone falls back to is that electric cars are more expensive, or that they do not cover long distances as well as gas operated engines. The real answer however, is no and no.

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by DanielBoon on November 13, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Gianni Delli Colli  Marco Polce  Samuel Leger Danyyil Bun   Green Cars With the new innovations being brought upon eco-friendly cars, we question which is better, electric or gasoline? The quick answer everyone falls back to is that electric cars are more expensive, or that they do not cover long distances as well as gas operated engines. The real answer however, is no and no.

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by mplescia on November 12, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Recycle & Reuse   What is our goal?   Our goal for this project is to make use and profit out of plastics that would have cost us money otherwise.   Why are we pursuing this goal?   We are pursuing this goal because it is much eco-friendlier to make use of what was already processed than to send it who knows where. Also, so much recycling is wasted when food or other such products are thrown into the recycling bin. This is leads to being able to reuse so much less materials.

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by DanielBoon on November 12, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
              Action Research Project -Fundraiser Goal: We organise a Magic Show to raise funds to support other projects made by our classmates and Champlain Go Green fund. We pursue this goal to improve current financial situation of the Go Green fund and possibility of achievement of other projects goals.   Steps: After project is approved

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by Charles Martel on November 11, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
By: Charles Martel, Sofiya Taver and Anthony Patulli The issue chosen is e-waste pollution, the environmental damages caused by electronic debris. About 20 to 50 million tons of e-waste is generated every year throught the world with a significant portion of it being exported to UK shores and China to be recuperated and transformed. This crude and long process leaves time for persistent and harmful pollutants to be released continuously from the these large heaps of heavy metals, leaving many areas unbreathable. 

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by XavierGagnon on November 10, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
By: Xavier-Rowan Gagnon, Dorin Popa, Simon-Pierre Dupuis The Issue:

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by Igman on November 9, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Environmental Issue Our project is aimed at eliminating incorrect sorting of waste in cities. More specifically, its goal is to diminish the use of garbage cans as the universal waste bins and instead, encourage people to recycle and compost as often as they can. Solution Our approach to this problem is to fabricate stickers that we will put on municipal garbage cans all over Saint-Lambert and that will make people reflect on whether or not what they are disposing of belongs in the trash.

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by Mélodie Ah-Waye on November 9, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
By Ariane Gauthier, Alexanne Beaulieu and Mélodie Ah-Waye  

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by Audrey Houle on November 9, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Isabela Gorea, Audrey Gauthier and Audrey Houle

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by etienne on November 9, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Geothermal is a kind of renewable energy that comes from the Earth’s internal heat. How does it work? Water runs through the pipes, goes all around the house and finally comes back in the soil. Water comes from deep in the ground. This water has been heated in the Earth by the natural temperature in the ground.  After, the water comes back in the house to heat the house. During the summer, it is the same concept except that the water that comes from the soil is cooler than the temperature in the house. In fact, this action can cool the temperature in the house.

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by hina on November 9, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Biogas By : Marine Gauthier, Audrey Rose Lucier, Catherine Martin, and Hina Idris. 

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by Matthill31 on November 9, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Matthew Hill, Umrick Singh & Luka Guenette-Larocque Solar Water Heaters   As seen in the movie "Seeking the Current", solar water heaters are part of our future in terms of heating our homes. It is where energy from the sun is converted into heat to warm water using a solar thermal collector (solar pannels). Solar water heating began in 1980 and is today mostly used in China, Japan, India, and all over Europe.

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by xmorand on November 9, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Domestic waste is a huge environmental issue all around the world, but according to an article by Radio-Canada called, “Où produit-on le plus de déchets? La réponse en carte” (2016), Canada is one of the countries that produces the most domestic waste per person per day. The worldwide average of waste per person per day is of 1.2kg (which is already huge), and Canada is way above that average according to the map attached to this article.

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by chloebenko on November 8, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
Since the past centuries, many animals have gone extinct. Today, we are facing an alarming extinction of pollinators, especially of the honeybee population. The consequences of this extinction are very significant to human survival since they play an essential role in our food chain. Honeybees are the main actors responsible for the pollination of our flowers, fruits and vegetables. The majority of human food crops that supply the world's nutrition are pollinated by bees.

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by SunnyDeng on November 8, 2017
Champlain College, Saint-Lambert
In an article on sciencing, John Newton (2017) explains that the space needed to create a landfill site destroys the homes of many species, as well as pollutes the water in the ground and the quality of the soil around the site. Not to mention the degradation of the health of those who lives near those sites. Plus, he explains how it generates methane gas which is a known greenhouse gas that does more damage to the atmosphere than carbon dioxide. In other words, it can exponentially speed up climate change.

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1 day 1 hour ago

Charles, your project is very interesting, thank you for sharing it! Your idea to install recycling facilities for electronic waste at your school is very brilliant! If you don't mind, I would like to add a few more thoughts to this whole e-waste thing: I think that there is not enough awareness about the consequences of e-waste right now. We should put some efforts into spreading the information to the population. I cannot believe that people change their 800$ cellphone as soon as a newer model comes out. This blows my mind every single time! It is not only e-waste, but also a big money waste! In another hand, giants like Apple and Samsung also do major updates on their system so that your cellphone get really slow once the update is installed. JUST DON'T DO THE UPDATES! That's the best way to keep your phone responsive and fast! People needs to be smarter and people needs to be more educated on the consequences of changing their electronic devices just for the luxury of getting the newest gadget. I hope my thoughts will ring a bell to some of you and that awareness will be considered to decrease e-wasted in the future!

Claudia M.

Reply to: Planting Fresh Air
1 day 3 hours ago

I think that you had a beautiful idea.
I think that to create new spaces to put green plants can be only beneficial. Indeed, it is an attractive and little expensive way to get involved in a beautiful cause that is the ecology. The air quality is essential for a good running of the brain: it needs oxygen to feed its grey cells.
To complete your good idea, did you think about a roof-garden? If the roof of your College is flat, you could create a roof-garden, which will follow a new international trends. In many big cities, people are searching for a piece of nature, and it’s sometimes very difficult. A roof-garden will be a great idea for the air quality, but it comes with many other advantages. For example, the cafeteria of your school could cultivate fruits and vegetables, like tomatoes or pickles, or more simply, aromatic herbs, which don’t need a lot of maintenance. Then, your College could use his own spices or vegetables, and it is also good for the environment. The students could eat local products, fresher and surely better for the health than imported food, and it will reduce CO2 emissions, because of less middle of transportation.

Reply to: Planting Fresh Air
1 day 3 hours ago

I think is a really good idea and your project can make a difference for the pollution. It’s true, the plant has a lot of benefits for the environment in a building. It’ very good that the pants can help for the concentration and well being. I propose you to inform and educate other peoples about your project. You can give some’s information’s about the benefits of the project can offer. After, the people will know the importance of the plant around the school and in the class. I am certain that the others students will appreciate this project.
A.G.

1 day 4 hours ago

I totally agree with you. e-waste pollution is actually a very big problem worldwide and we need to find solution about it. In order to stop harmful pollutents to be releases continously, we should take the problem by it source. By that I mean that reducing our consuption would be the first step towards the preventiong of this problem. Overconsuption is making even more waste. We should always think before buying a new electronic device and ask ourself if we really need it. For example, changing our cell phone or computer every year just because a new model has released will produce way more e-waste pollution than just keeping the same device for many years.

4 days 3 hours ago

It is an original project to do as your main goal is to fund the Go Green and using magic to attract people is great! On the other hand, how will you do this magic show? Will you invite a magician, or will you do it yourself? I'm not sure whether you can actually entertain the audience with a performance that is questionable. Also, can you attract people to come see your show if the ticket costs too much money? If it seems overpriced, then most people won't go, which is why it is something to consider on. On the brighter side, I believe that if everyone in your team actually does their parts, it will indeed look realistic to do. Good luck on your project!

4 days 16 hours ago

We are commenting on your article for a class. We thought that your essay on this topic was well written. However, there were some minor concerns regarding how much of an alternative wind-turbines actually are over hydro-electricity. First of all, your idea on building a wall to reduce the sound pollution of wind-turbines is more complicated than you perceive due to the high costs associated with it. A wind-turbine is around 80-meter high. Consequently, the wall needs to be at least 80 meters as well. This will inevitably bring up the costs of material, design and personnel. Furthermore, if a wall is placed near a wind-turbine then the efficient of the turbine will decrease since no wind will reach it.

1 week 2 days ago

Just like what most of others said, this is relevant to many people, which consists of student's feeling anxious or depressed. I myself find sports a remedy in my life when it comes to the difficult obstacle I must overcome. Although this can be very pertinent in someone's life, you guys didn't go deep in the details of this project. It's vague and hard to understand what the outcome will be. I have some questions that could help the understanding and thoroughness:
1.How will you promote this encouragement towards playing sports?
2.Will this project be set up as creating teams?
3.Will someone help you fund this project?
4.How much will it cost?
5.If you're someone who needs a distresser, should you feel stress about trying this out?
6.If so, how will you make people feel comfortable getting out of their comfort zone whether or not it's with stress
These are just few things you need to consider. More information about it could help not only us critiques but the people you're encouraging, understand the purpose a bit better.
I'm interested in seeing the final results:)

1 week 2 days ago

Just like most of what others said, this is relevant to many people which consists of student's feeling anxious or depressed. I myself find sports a remedy, giving me time to forget about the things I feel stressed about and just focus on having fun and improving. Although this can be very pertinent in someone's life, you guys didn't go deep in the details of this project. It's vague and hard to understand what the outcome will be. I have some questions that could help the understanding and thoroughness:
1.How will you promote this encouragement towards playing sports?
2.Will this project be set up as creating teams?
3.Will someone help you fund this project?
4.How much will it cost?
5.If you're someone who needs a distresser, should you feel stress about trying this out?
6.If so, how will you make people feel comfortable getting out of their comfort zone whether or not it's with stress
These are just few things you need to consider. I think that the idea is good but more information about it could help not only us critiques but the people you're encouraging understand the purpose a bit better.
It's a good idea, and I'm interested in seeing the final results:)

1 week 2 days ago

Just like most of what others said, this is relevant to many people which consists of student's feeling anxious or depressed. I myself find sports a remedy, giving me time to forget about the things I feel stressed about and just focus on having fun and improving. Although this can be very pertinent in someone's life, you guys didn't go deep in the details of this project. It's vague and hard to understand what the outcome will be. I have some questions that could help the understanding and thoroughness:
1.How will you promote this encouragement towards playing sports?
2.Will this project be set up as creating teams?
3.Will someone help you fund this project?
4.How much will it cost?
5.If you're someone who needs a distresser, should you feel stress about trying this out?
6.If so, how will you make people feel comfortable getting out of their comfort zone whether or not it's with stress
These are just few things you need to consider. I think that the idea is good but more information about it could help not only us critiques but the people you're encouraging understand the purpose a bit better.
It's a good idea, and I'm interested in seeing the final results:)

1 week 2 days ago

Just like most of what others said, this is relevant to many people which consists of student's feeling anxious or depressed. I myself find sports a remedy, giving me time to forget about the things I feel stressed about and just focus on having fun and improving. Although this can be very pertinent in someone's life, you guys didn't go deep in the details of this project. It's vague and hard to understand what the outcome will be. I have some questions that could help the understanding and thoroughness:
1.How will you promote this encouragement towards playing sports?
2.Will this project be set up as creating teams?
3.Will someone help you fund this project?
4.How much will it cost?
5.If you're someone who needs a distresser, should you feel stress about trying this out?
6.If so, how will you make people feel comfortable getting out of their comfort zone whether or not it's with stress
These are just few things you need to consider. I think that the idea is good but more information about it could help not only us critiques but the people you're encouraging understand the purpose a bit better.
It's a good idea, and I'm interested in seeing the final results:)

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