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I am a student at Champlain College and I was in the commerce program last semester, but I changed to General Social Science. I love anything art related whether it's dance, music, visual arts... On the day of the inauguration of the new President of the US, I am worried about what will occur in the next four years because of the multiple things he said during his campaign, but other than that, I don't really care about it since it is not my country.

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The 519 is an organization based in Toronto that aims at creating a true difference in the lives of individuals and at promoting understanding, respect and inclusion of LGBTQ people in their communities. They are also committed to the health and happiness of these same individuals. They provide multiple services, such as counselling services and coming out groups, as well as space where other organizations can hold meetings and activities and leadership services. 

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Throughout Canadian history, there has been a substantial sense of pride attached to the efforts made to maintain free healthcare for all citizens across the country. In the pursuit to ensure proper medical centers that are fully equipped, one supply is essential and difficult to obtain: human blood. The supply of blood necessary for transfusions, accident victims and those battling cancer can be an extremely large amount.

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CNN news published on August 22, 2016 an article on Ryan Lochte: ‘I over-exaggerated’ Olympics robbery story by Azadeh Ansari. In the following article U.S Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte has formally apologized for his immature behaviour and false accusations during the world Olympics that took place in Brazil during 2016. Lochte claimed that after a party hosted by  team France, him and his teammates were held at gun point by Brazilian police officers demanding money.   

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The article “How to tell fake news from real news” written by Laura McClure who is an award-winning journalist and the TED-Ed editor talks about how to tell if news you see on the internet is fake or real. She talks about the steps on how to tell if a news is fake or not by looking at who wrote it, what claims the news makes, when the news was published and where was the news published. The reason why I chose this article and why I think it is a credible source is because TED hosts many lectures called “TED Talk” from different people on pertaining to different fields and subjects.

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I am a student at Champlain College and I was in the commerce program last semester, but I changed to General Social Science. I love anything art related whether it's dance, music, visual arts...

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