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Hockey​ v​ s​ S​ occer professional soccer but it is
still a very popular sport just
Hockey and soccer are no not in as many countries.
doubt two of the best and Hockey players usually don't
most famous sports in the just play hockey, like Wayne
world. There's always debates Gretzky arguably one of the
about what one of the two best hockey players ever
sports is better and today we played a number of sports
are going to compare both of growing up. Hockey has
them because they have camps all across the country
many similarities and all year round and some
differences. Hockey is a fast companies even pay for them
paced sport played on ice with so kids who maybe don't have
skates on your feet with enough money to get out on
blades that are ⅛ of an inch. the ice can have that chance.
Unlike soccer your equipped Hockey is always bringing
with full body gear in hockey people and communities
to protect you from getting together. Sometimes it could
crushed by some goon or do the opposite when people
someone with a laser of a get a little too competitive and
slapshot. Hockey is Canada’s mouthy, but who doesn't love
unofficial official sport. a nice rival? Rivalries are one
Wherever you go in the world of the many things that make
almost everyone will tell you watching a hockey game at
that Hockey is Canada’s the community rink or even at
sport. The NHL (National home on the TV so much
Hockey League) isn't near as more fun because you know it
rich as some of the will be fast paced and intense.
People of all ages love


hockey even in the NHL their Sinclair, Karina Leblanc and
are people over 40 years old. Erin McLeod. All three were a
It is a great way for people to part of the canadian women's
learn how to lose and win national team in 2012 who
together. It can build took home a bronze medal in
character and get people to the London summer
work with others that they Olympics. Christine Sinclair
wouldn't even consider wore the captain band during
working with off the ice. All this tournament. This was
and all hockey is a wonderful both Leblanc’s and Mcleod’s
sport and it is our nations last Olympics. Leblanc retired
game. after the tournament and
Mcleod has been out since
Soccer is also a fast with a serious knee injury.
paced sport, but is played on Christine Sinclair is known all
grass or turf (artificial grass). over the world, by many other
The equipment used for well known players. Abby
soccer is cleats, socks and Wambach, one of the United
shin guards. Soccer is States’ top players, said “I
becoming a more popular think she’s (Sinclair) the best
sport in Canada today. It is all-around player in the
played in all four corners of world... I think she is probably
the world. Soccer is most the most underrated player in
popular in countries like the world.” Sinclair is involved
England, Spain, Germany and in many camps and other
Portugal. Well known players things to help soccer become
in Canada’s world of soccer more popular in Canada. In
are players like Christine Canadian soccer, there are
many different age groups,


programs and skill levels to
compete in. The sport can be
played during all throughout
the year. There are also
different ways that people
play it. For example, here on
pei, soccer is played at most
schools during the months
September through October.
There is also club soccer,
which happens during the
summer months. The age
groups for club have recently
been changed to u13,u15,u17
and senior. At each age level,
there is the option fo à team
to compete at à higher level,
premiere, or à lower level, first
division.


Are​ s​ hih​ ​-   
 
tzus​ G​ ood   
 
pets?    block  or  some  run  around  time  in  the 
yard​ ​are​ ​enough​ ​to​ m​ eet​ t​ heir​ d​ aily  
​ S​ hih​ T​ zu​ d​ ogs​ ​have​ a​ lways​ h​ ad exercise  requirements.  Shih  tzus would 
much  rather be curled up on a lap than 
 one​ j​ ob​ t​ o​ d​ o:​ ​Be​ ​a​ l​ oyal,​ l​ oving gone​ f​ or​ a​ ​ r​ un​ ​or​ a​ ​ ​workout. 

companion. Trainability  

Personality  Often  shih  tzus  can  be  a  handful  to 
The  name  shih  tzus  means  a  little  lion.  train.  After  they  realize  there  are 
These  dogs  are  anything  but  fierce  rewards  involved  they  will  soon  come 
(petwave).  Shih  tzus  are  known  for  around.  They are stubborn and will not 
there  happy  temperaments  and  being  do  much  unless  there is something in it 
energetic  and  friendly.  They can live in  for  them.  (petwave)  Housebreaking  a 
any  size  house,  good  with  other  pets  shih tzu can sometimes take six to eight 
and  are  over  all  a  good  family  pet  or a  months,​ ​depending​ ​on​ ​the​ ​dog. 
great​ c​ ompanion​ ​for​ ​an​ ​elder(hills).  Behavior​ T​ raits 
Appearance  These  dogs  make  excellent  watch  dogs. 
The shih tzu is a lively dog with a round  Shih  tzus  are  alert  and  will  definitely 
head  and  a  little  black  nose.  T​ here  bark if someone comes to your house. If 
round  eyes  are  usually  large  and  wide  they  are  not  trained  properly  there 
set. The muzzle is short. Shih tzus under  bark  may  get  out  of  hand  fast. 
bite is a main characteristic. There ears  (petwave) 
often blend in with their body and there  Grooming​ a​ nd​ B​ asic​ ​Needs 
long  thick  coat  may  be  any  colour  and  Because  of  their  long  fringed  ears  you 
covers​ ​the​ e​ ntire​ b​ ody​ (​ petwave).  pay  prefer  giving  your  dog  a  dry  dog 
Activity​ a​ nd​ E​ nergy​ L​ evel  food  rather  than  wet.  People  may  also 
One of the best behavior traits of a shih  rather use a hanging bottle instead of a 
tzu is that it is willing to jump and play 
with its owner and other dogs(all). Even 
though they may be hyper at times they 
are  more  then  happy  to  sit  and  watch 
you  if  your  busy  with  something  like 
cleaning.​ A​ ​ ​simple​ ​walk​ a​ round​ ​the  


bowl to keep their face dry and clean. It   

is essential to learn a regular grooming   

habit.​ (​ petwave) 

PetWave.​ ​“Shih​ ​Tzu-temperament​ a​ nd​ p​ ersonality​ “​ PetWave.​ ​July​ 1​ 6,​ ​2015. 
​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ h​ ttp://www.petwave.com/Dogs/Breeds/Shih-Tzu/Personality.aspx 
Hills.​ “​ Shih​ ​Tzu​ a​ t​ ​a​ ​glance”​ H​ ills.​ ​2017. 

  https://www.hillspet.com/dog-care/dog-breeds/shih-tzu
All​ ​shih​ ​tzu.​ “​ Shih​ t​ zu​ b​ ehavior”   

http://www.allshihtzu.com/shih-tzu-be

havior 

 

  

 

 


What​ ​causes​ ​breast​ c​ ancer? two​ g​ enes​ r​ esponsible​ ​for​ ​some
Although​ ​the​ p​ recise​ ​causes​ o​ f​ b​ reast instances​ ​of​ f​ amilial​ b​ reast​ ​cancer.
cancer​ a​ re​ u​ nclear,​ w​ e​ k​ now​ ​the​ m​ ain
risk​ f​ actors.​ S​ till,​ m​ ost​ ​women These​ ​genes​ a​ re​ k​ nown​ ​as
considered​ a​ t​ h​ igh​ ​risk​ ​for​ ​breast​ ​cancer BRCA1​ a​ nd​ ​BRCA2.​ A​ bout​ o​ ne​ ​woman
do​ ​not​ ​get​ ​it,​ ​while​ m​ any​ ​with​ n​ o​ ​known 200​ c​ arries​ t​ he​ ​genes.​ ​Having​ o​ ne​ ​of
risk​ f​ actors​ d​ o​ d​ evelop​ ​breast​ c​ ancer. them​ p​ redisposes​ ​a​ ​woman​ t​ o​ ​breast
Among​ t​ he​ m​ ost​ s​ ignificant​ ​factors​ a​ re cancer​ ​but​ ​does​ n​ ot​ e​ nsure​ ​that​ s​ he​ ​will
advancing​ a​ ge​ ​and​ ​a​ ​family​ ​history​ ​of get​ i​ t.
breast​ c​ ancer.​ R​ isk​ ​increases​ ​for​ a​
woman​ w​ ho​ h​ as​ ​certain​ t​ ypes​ o​ f​ ​benign Generally,​ ​woman​ o​ ver​ ​the​ a​ ge
breast​ ​lumps​ ​and​ ​increases​ ​significantly of​ 5​ 0​ ​are​ m​ ost​ l​ ikely​ t​ o​ g​ et​ ​breast
for​ ​a​ ​woman​ ​who​ ​has​ ​previously​ ​had cancer​ ​than​ y​ ounger​ w​ oman,​ ​and
cancer​ ​of​ ​the​ b​ reasts​ ​or​ t​ he​ ​ovaries. African-​ A​ merican​ w​ omen​ a​ re​ m​ ore
likely​ ​than​ C​ aucasians​ ​to​ g​ et​ b​ reast
A​ w​ oman​ w​ hose​ ​mother,​ s​ ister, cancer​ ​before​ ​menopause.​ A​ ​ ​link
or​ d​ aughter​ h​ as​ ​had​ b​ reast​ c​ ancer​ ​is between​ b​ reast​ c​ ancer​ a​ nd​ ​hormones
two​ ​to​ ​three​ t​ imes​ ​more​ ​likely​ t​ o​ d​ evelop estrogen,​ t​ he​ ​more​ ​susceptible​ s​ he​ i​ s​ ​to
the​ ​disease,​ p​ articularly​ ​if​ ​more​ ​than breast​ c​ ancer.​ E​ strogen​ t​ ells​ c​ ells​ ​to
one​ f​ irst-degree​ r​ elative​ ​has​ b​ een divide;​ t​ he​ m​ ore​ ​the​ ​cells​ ​divide,​ ​the
affected.​ ​Researchers​ ​have​ ​identified more​ ​likely​ ​they​ a​ re​ ​to​ ​be​ ​abnormal​ ​in
some​ ​way,​ p​ ossibly​ ​becoming
cancerous.


A​ ​woman's​ e​ xposure​ ​to​ ​estrogen​ a​ nd years.​ ​The​ j​ ury​ i​ s​ s​ till​ s​ omewhat​ o​ ut​ ​on
predisposes​ ​rises​ ​and​ ​falls​ ​during​ ​her this​ m​ atter,​ ​though.​ ​Heavy​ ​doses​ o​ f
lifetime,​ i​ nfluenced​ ​by​ ​the​ ​age​ s​ he​ s​ tarts radiation​ ​dose​ ​may​ a​ lso​ ​be​ a​ ​ ​factor,​ ​but
and​ ​stops​ ​menstruating,​ t​ he​ ​average low-dose​ ​mammograms​ p​ ose​ ​almost​ ​no
length​ ​of​ ​her​ m​ enstrual​ ​cycle,​ ​and​ h​ er risk.
age​ a​ t​ f​ irst​ c​ hildbirth.​ ​A​ ​woman's​ r​ isk​ f​ or https://www.webmd.com/breast-cancer/
breast​ ​cancer​ ​is​ i​ ncreased​ i​ f​ s​ he​ ​starts guide/what-causes-breast-cancer
menstruating​ ​before​ ​age​ ​12,​ h​ as​ h​ er
first​ c​ hild​ ​after​ ​age​ ​30,​ ​stops .
menstruating​ ​after​ ​age​ ​55,​ o​ r​ h​ as​ a​ 0
menstrual​ ​cycle​ ​shorter​ o​ r​ ​longer​ ​than
the​ ​average​ ​26-29​ ​days.​ W​ omen​ w​ ho
have​ ​taken​ ​birth​ c​ ontrol​ ​pills​ ​in​ t​ he
recent​ p​ ast​ ​may​ ​have​ a​ ​ s​ lightly​ h​ igher
risk​ ​of​ d​ eveloping​ ​breast​ c​ ancer.​ ​ T​ his
risk​ g​ oes​ a​ way​ ​if​ y​ ou​ h​ ave​ ​not​ t​ aken
birth​ c​ ontrol​ ​pills​ f​ or​ a​ t​ l​ east​ 1​ 0​ y​ ears.
Some​ s​ tudies​ s​ uggest​ ​that​ ​taking
hormone​ ​replacement​ t​ herapy​ ​for
menopause​ w​ ith​ c​ ombined​ e​ strogen
and​ p​ rogestin​ ​may​ ​increase​ r​ isk,
especially​ w​ hen​ t​ aken​ ​for​ ​more​ t​ han​ ​five


The​ h​ istory​ o​ f​ ​silver ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​A​ s​ ilver​ f​ ox

fox​ ​Farming​ ​on Why​ ​Farming​ s​ topped

P.E.I. Silver fox farming was going great, people
were​ m​ aking​ l​ ots
​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ B​ y:​ ​Morgan​ ​Stewart
of money and many people were using
The​ s​ ilver​ ​fox:​ ​a silver​ f​ ox​ p​ elts​ ​for
things like coats. But this all changed around
fox​ ​from​ ​North​ ​America​ ​with the​ s​ tart​ ​of​ ​world
war two. As world war two began the need
Black​ ​fur​ ​white​ ​tips,​ ​instead for​ l​ uxury​ i​ tems​ ​like
the silver fox coats went down, which lead
of​ ​the​ u​ sual​ ​red​ ​and​ w​ hite. very​ f​ ew​ s​ ales​ ​of
the pelts. Many fox farmers went out of
------------------------------------------------------ business​ ​because​ ​of
this and had to find new jobs. Sales started
Silver fox farming on P.E.I. started in the going​ u​ p​ ​again
late​ 1​ 800’s,​ b​ ut
though around 1975 (The Harvests of
only really caught on around 1920.(The Prince​ ​Edward​ ​Island)
Harvests​ o​ f but only lasted for some of the year and
Prince Edward Island) The industry was like then​ w​ as​ ​over​ ​again.
a​ g​ old​ ​mine

for islanders, this was the first time the
island​ ​made​ a​ ​ l​ ot
of money since the days of shipbuilding.
The​ ​business​ ​was
​ g​ oing​ o​ n​ s​ trong​ ​until​ a​ round​ w​ orld​ ​war​ ​two.

What​ t​ he​ p​ elts​ ​were​ ​used​ ​for

The silver fox pelts were in a very high
demand​ ​because

of the many unique silver markings and
patterns on their pelts. The foxes pelts were
used​ ​to​ ​make​ m​ any​ t​ hings​ l​ ike

coats, Blankets, carpets/rugs and also
pillows. Some people do still use the foxes
pelts​ ​for​ t​ hings​ l​ ike​ t​ hese​ ​but​ ​it​ ​is​ ​just
not​ a​ s​ c​ ommon​ ​as​ ​it​ u​ sed​ ​to​ ​be​ b​ ack​ ​then.


​ ​Works​ ​Cited

“Fox​ F​ arming​ A​ rchives.”​ ​Truth​ ​About​ F​ ur​,
​ ​www.truthaboutfur.com/blog/tag/
fox-farming/

Fox​ F​ arming​,​ ​www.kennet.pe.ca/chip/
english/farming/
foxes.htm.​

RCIP-CHIN.​ ​“The​ ​Harvests​ ​of​ ​Prince
Edward​ I​ sland:
​ S​ ilver​ ​Fox.”​ ​History​ o​ f​ ​Silver
Fox​ ​Harvest,​
Government​ ​of​ C​ anada,​ D​ epartment
​ o​ f​ ​Canadian​ ​Heritage,​ ​Canadian​ H​ eritage
Information​ N​ etwork,​ ​www.virtual
museum.
ca/edu/ViewLoitLo.do?method=
preview&lang=
EN&id=16717

The​ F​ ox​ F​ arming​ I​ ndustry.”​ ​The​ A​ lbert​ ​County
Museum​ ​&​ ​RB​ B​ ennett​ ​Centre​,
www.albertcountymuseum.com/the
-fox-farming-industry.​


The​ m​ aking​ o​ f 
a​ ​ p​ sychopath.  

So what exactly is a psychopath, cortical region in the front of the
you may ask. A psychopathic brain that interprets the response
person is someone who doesn’t from the amygdala. When the
feel negative emotional pain. They connection between those two
don’t feel bad for making someone regions is low, processing
suffer, some in fact enjoy watching negative stimuli in the amygdala
others suffer because they think does not translate into any
their helping the other person strongly felt negative emotions.
rather than hurting them. Studies Many other studies have also
have shown that these people can shown that childhood abuse or
feel fear but do not recognize neglect could have been a factor
danger. People have been of making psychopaths commit
researching for years what causes crimes but it’s not likely to be
these psychotic traits. A professor linked​ t​ o​ ​psychopathy​ ​itself.
named Berit Brogaard had Many people think psychopathy is
discovered that the person’s DNA related with mental illness but it
could be linked to their psychotic actually falls under the category of
traits but is unlikely. Another personality disorders. While there
method they have used is brain are many different types of
scans. The brain scans have personality disorders, the most
revealed that it is associated with broadly recognized mental
decreased connectivity between disorder​ ​is​ A​ ntisocial​ ​Personality
the amygdala, a subcortical
structure of the brain that
processes negative stimuli and the
ventromedial prefrontal cortex, a


Disorder which is immediately Not every psychopath is born to
related to psychopathy. be a killer or have any want in
Psychopathy isn’t a clinical killing. They just don’t feel
diagnosis, but is considered a emotional pain and that can
developmental disorder by sometimes not be enough to make
neuroscientist. Many people think them want to murder a person or
that people with psychotic traits commit a crime but many people
are all going to commit crimes like with psychotic traits do it because
murder and become serial killers. they can’t recognize facial
expressions such as fear. They
also can’t feel any negative
emotion so they do not feel bad for
their actions and they also don’t
feel afraid when doing things. So if
a person cannot feel pain or guilty
for something, why wouldn’t they
do it. So in the end, the making of
a psychopath has to with their
brain and it is more common than
you​ ​think.


Invasive​ S​ pecies  

​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ I​ n​ C​ anada 

By:​ ​Madison​ ​Collicutt  
 
​ ​The​ i​ ncrease​ o​ f​ i​ nvasive​ s​ pecies​ ​in​ ​Canada  
is harming our natural habitat and harming our  
economy​ a​ long​ ​the​ ​way  
  
With all of the global warming   are  native to the black sea and the 
happening  in  the  world,  Canada is  caspian  sea  regions  of  Asia.  These 
starting  to  look  more  and  more  mussels multiply so quickly that they 
different  every  year.  Our  seas  are  clog  intake  pipes  and  sink 
getting  warmer  which  is  inviting  navigational  buoys. They also filter 
exotic  sea  life  to our waters. Ships  out  a  large  amount  of 
from  different  countries  are  phytoplankton, which cause harm to 
transporting  insects,  plant  life and  the  local food chain. (University of 
animals  to  our  country.  With these  Windsor) 
species  now  living  in  Canada  our   
ecosystem  is  at  risk.  Our  diverse 
ecosystem doesn't know how to cope  Plants
with  the  sudden  change. With this  For invasive species in Canada 
occurring  our  plants,  sea  life  and 
animal  population  is  decreasing  there's a long list of the plants that 
from  all  the  new  predators  finding  are  invading  our  wetlands,  forests, 
its​ w​ ay​ i​ nto​ o​ ur​ h​ abitats.   meadows and in years and roadsides. 
  (Lockhart)  Pants  tend  to  be  very 
Aquatic​ ​life invasive  and  competitive  and  can 
end  up  whipping  out  different 
The  Atlantic  Canadian  waters  plants, insects and animals. The leafy 
are  largely  at  risk  due  to  the  spurge, flowering rush or also called 
increasing  population  of  the  grassy  rush  or water gladiolus, and 
invading  round  gobies,  zebra  the  oxeye  daisy  are  3  of  the  most 
mussels,  the  asian  carp  and  the  invasive  plants  in  Canada.  Most  of 
european  green  crab  and  much  the provinces in North America don't 
more. The european green crabs prey  recommend that people plant these 
consists of mussels, clams and other  plants because of how fast it grows 
types of crabs. (CBC) Because of this  and  how  competitive it is with the 
occurring​ i​ t​ i​ s​ t​ hreatening​ t​ he   

​ ​ s​ hellfish​ s​ tock 
on  the Atlantic 
coast.  Zebra 
mussels​ w​ hich  


native species that grow across the       
regions​ ​of​ C​ anada.​ ​(CCIS)   
   
 
    (Leafy​ ​Spurge) 
With  the  increase  of  non   
native species in North America we     
have  to  make  sure  that  we  don't   
introduce  or  help  repopulate  the   
different species coming into North 
America.      
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
​ ​Works​ C​ ited 

 

​ ​News,​ ​CBC.​ ​“10​ I​ nvasive​ S​ pecies​ ​Threatening​ C​ anadian​ ​Habitats.”​ ​CBCnews,​ ​ ​CBC/Radio​ ​Canada,

27​ F​ eb.​ ​2012,

www.cbc.ca/news/technology/10-invasive-species-threatening-canadian-habitats-1.950951​.

“​Aquatic​ I​ nvasive​ S​ pecies​ ​Network​ E​ xpands​ ​Its​ R​ each.”​ ​University​ ​of​ W​ indsor​,
www.uwindsor.ca/dailynews/2014-04-02/aquatic-invasive-species-network-expands-its-reach

Lockhart,​ J​ essica​ ​Wynne.​ ​“The​ M​ ost​ ​Pressing​ I​ nvasive​ ​Species​ ​Threatening​ C​ anadian​ H​ abitat.”
Cottage​ L​ ife,​
cottagelife.com/outdoors/the-most-pressing-invasive-species-threatening-canadian-habitat/.

“Canadian​ ​Council​ ​on​ I​ nvasive​ ​Species​ |​ ​ C​ CIS.”​ ​Canada's​ T​ op​ 1​ 0​ ​Most​ ​Important​ I​ nvasive
Horticultural​ ​Plants​ ​|​ C​ anadian​ ​Council​ ​on​ I​ nvasive​ S​ pecies​ ​|​ C​ CIS,​


canadainvasives.ca/initiatives/national-horticulture-outreach-network/canadas-top-10-most-important
-invasive-horticultural-plants/.


Ball​ B​ rothers​ ​sign​ ​to​ ​go   
​ ​Overseas​ ​to​ ​play​ p​ ro​ b​ all   

Earlier this week the two younger ball brothers and are expected to be in Europe and reported to
play​ ​early​ ​this​ J​ anuary.
Lamelo Ball and Liangelo Ball both signed to go

overseas to Lithuania in Europe to play in the pro

league over there. Liangelo was pulled out of UCLA

by his father (Lavar Ball) after being arrested in

china for shoplifting and being suspended from the

team and earlier this year Lavar had also pulled his

younger son Lamelo out of Chino Hills high as he

and the basketball coach didn't get along as well as

he did with the old coach the two boys are the

younger brother to Lonzo Ball the no. 2 2017/2018

NBA draft and the point guard for the Los Angeles

Lakers. Nobody knows exactly how this will

go for the two boys and most people think it's one

of the stupidest things Lavar has done for these

boys, But lavar doesn't care what others say/think

his words in the interview after the boys signed to

go over and play was that his main concern is for

his boys to improve in their game and to play on the

same team and be played. He also says that

playing in a pro league will help the boys develop

and become better players in the long run, The

boys​ ​signed​ ​for​ a​ ​ ​one​ y​ ear​ c​ ontract​ f​ or​ t​ his​ ​team


Credits

Hoad, Michael. “Report: Ball Brothers Turn pro, Sign
with Lithuanian Team.” ​Sportsnet.ca​, 11 Dec. 2017,
www.sportsnet.ca/basketball/nba/report-ball-brothers-
talks-sign-lithuanian-team/.​


​ S​ ephora​ V​ s Makeup​ D​ upes

Drugstore​ M​ akeup that most cheap brands won’t have. It all
depends what kind of skin you have, what
Text​ ​Faith​ ​+​ ​Jackie​ L​ ynn you need to help your skin and what
benefits​ ​you​ ​want​ f​ rom​ i​ t.
Drug store makeup can do exactly the
same as sephora or more expensive Eyeshadow
makeup.
Eyeshadow like blush has similar
M​any people have a Sephora addiction,
ingredients from brand to brand, but
but it can really take a drop in your bank
account after so many purchases. What a designer might have more than the
lot of people don’t know is that drugstore
makeup can be just as good as sephora drugstore. Sometimes the drugstore
makeup. Although that sometimes buying
high end makeup is better, it is true but not eyeshadow can feel a bit chalky and have
always. “Good makeup is good makeup no
matter what the price is.” (Buzzfeed) A lot of less pigment,
people buy high end makeup for their brand
name, fragrance, packaging, better where as
applicators,​ ​and​ ​increased​ p​ igmentation.
designer
Mascara
With mascara, it doesn’t always depend on -54$​brands
the brand name of how good it works. It just
depends on brush type and pigment. When could​ h​ ave​ ​a
purchasing mascara though, you have to
keep in mind that there’s different types for smoother
different reasons. There’s some to make
your lashes longer, thicker, and to help the application and
smallest lashes. It just all depends what
kind you want and how you want them to more​ p​ igment.
look.
-10$
Concealer/Foundation
For concealer and foundation it’s a little bit When searching for makeup, it just kind of
harder. You have to color match and figure all depends on what kind you want
out what kind of coverage you want. coverage you want and how you want it to
Designer ones do have more pigment to look on you. Drugstore makeup is just as
them though and sometimes add ons such good as any high end makeup and mostly
as​ s​ erums​ ​,​ ​sunscreen​ ​and​ ​light-reflectors, all looks the same. BUT, with high end


makeup, it’s going to be worth the price Home​ R​ emedies​ t​ o​ ​cure​ a​ cne.
because you’re probably going to get more 1. You can make face masks to
out of it then the drugstore products. You hydrate and heal your skin. You
just have to consider the cost and be willing apply these masks a couple times
to​ p​ ay​ ​that​ e​ xpense. per week. Honey, cinnamon, yogurt
and essential oils and other
As you can see this article is about ingredients can be used to create
drugstore makeup vs sephora makeup. All these masks. They can help hydrate
makeup is the same and does the same your skin and fight common acne
thing. But some people think the higher the causes. Here is a few common
price the better the makeup. That’s people masks​ ​that​ h​ as​ h​ elped​ s​ ome​ p​ eople:
being stupid. What they aren’t looking at is
what kind of breakouts both types of Mask 1-​ Mix one tablespoon of raw honey
makeup can cause breakouts. And how with one tablespoon of yogurt. Apply to
some can cause more than others. Many face, paying particular attention to hairline,
girls struggle with acne and struggle with jawline and other acne prone areas. Relax
finding products that don't cause bad acne for 10 minutes and gently wipe off with a
or breakouts because everyone's skin is damp​ c​ loth.
different and reacts to products differently Mask 2​- Mix two tablespoons of raw honey,
than others. Everyone’s skin can only one teaspoon of coconut oil and 1/2
handle​ s​ o​ m​ uch​ m​ akeup. teaspoon of cinnamon. Smooth over face.
Keep away from eyes, as the cinnamon can
Ingredients in cosmetics that tend to be an irritant. Relax for 5–10 minutes and
cause bad acne: Acetylated Lanolin, Algae gently remove with damp cloth. Honey and
Extract, Almond Oil, Benzaldehyde, D & C cinnamon used together helps to fight acne
red, Shea Butter, Stearic Acid, Wheat because of its anti-inflammatory, antioxidant
Germ Oil, Sodium Chloride, Lauric Acid, and antibacterial properties. (Kathleen
Lauroyl Lysine, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Maccoy)
Isopropyl​ P​ almitate.
2. Tea tree oil is considered one of the best
If you tend to get bad breakouts maybe home​ ​remedies.
you're wearing too much makeup. In this
article I’m going to tell you how to prevent Playing​ ​sports
acne and ways to cure it. There’s many Acne from sports comes from sweat.
ways​ ​to​ ​help​ i​ t​ e​ ven​ ​at​ ​home​ ​remedies. Sweating is a huge factor of where acne
can come from if you don’t clean your gear
Symptoms​ ​of​ ​Acne ex (helmet) the germs stay there. Therefor,
•Blackheads keep little wipes in your hockey bag or
•Whiteheads whatever sport your playing. Also wearing
•Small​ ​red​ t​ ender​ s​ pots makeup while playing sports can hurt your
•Large​ s​ olid​ p​ ainful​ ​bumps​ ​beneath​ ​the​ ​skin skin​ ​because​ ​it's​ ​all​ g​ etting​ ​in​ y​ our​ p​ ores.


In addition, there’s many different products
doctors recommend as well. Me myself in
the past had really bad acne and it drove
me insane. And my doctor recommended
the product called “Exposed Skin Care”. I
used it and still do. After about 2 months
into using the product I noticed a difference
in my face, it cured up a lot. A year later my
acne was gone, but the trick is you have to
keep using it. Sometimes I’d slack off using
it and when I would it’d come back a little
bit.

“This​ ​Girl​ T​ ried​ ​Cheap​ v​ s.​ ​Expensive​ ​Makeup​ a​ nd​ T​ his​ I​ s​ ​What​ H​ appened.”​ ​BrightSide​ ​-
​ ​Inspiration.​ C​ reativity.​ W​ onder.,​ ​13​ ​Apr.​ ​2017,​ ​brightside.me/
​ ​inspiration-girls-stuff/this-girl-​ ​tried-cheap-vs-
expensive-makeup-and-this-is-what-happened-181055/.

Quitmeyer,​ M​ aitland.​ “​ We​ C​ ompared​ ​Popular​ ​Drugstore​ M​ akeup​ T​ o​ ​Expensive​ ​Makeup​ A​ nd
Here's​ ​What​ ​Happened.”​ ​BuzzFeed,​ ​Sept.​ 2​ 016,
www.buzzfeed.com/maitlandquitmeyer/testing-makeup-dupes​ ?
utm_term=.px8zxVXOP5#.evp7zY8ONq.

Jacqueline​ ​Curtis​ i​ s​ a​ n​ ​experienced​ ​style​ ​expert,​ ​and​ s​ he​ f​ ocuses​ ​on​ ​getting​ h​ igh​ f​ ashion​ ​on​ ​a
tight​ ​budget.

​ ​She​ w​ rites​ f​ or​ s​ everal​ o​ nline​ p​ ublications​ a​ nd​ s​ pecializes​ i​ n​ f​ ashion,​ ​finance,​ h​ ealth
​ a​ nd​ ​fitness,​ a​ nd​ ​parenting.​ J​ ae​ ​grew​ ​up​ i​ n.​ ​“Topics.”​ M​ oney​ ​Crashers,​ ​Sept.​ 2​ 016,
www.moneycrashers.com/high-end-designer-makeup-worth-it/.​

“How​ t​ o​ G​ et​ R​ id​ o​ f​ ​Pimples​ ​Fast.”​ ​Top​ ​10​ H​ ome​ R​ emedies,​ ​30​ J​ uly​ 2​ 017,​ +​
www.top10homeremedies.com/how-to/how-to-get-rid-of-pimples-fast.html​.

“10​ T​ ips​ ​for​ P​ reventing​ ​Acne.”​ W​ ebMD,​ ​WebMD,
www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/acne/10-tips-for-preventing-pimples#1.​

McCoy,​ ​Kathleen.​ “​ 10​ H​ ome​ R​ emedies​ f​ or​ A​ cne​ ​That​ W​ ork.”​ ​Dr.​ ​Axe,​ 4​ ​ D​ ec.​ ​2017,
draxe.com/home-remedies-for-acne/
https://draxe.com/home-remedies-for-acne/


  ​Top  5  best 

tanks​ i​ n​ ​history 

 
 
 
 

There​ ​are​ m​ any​ t​ anks  throughout​ o​ ur​ ​history​ ​of​ w​ ars. 
From​ ​tanks​ ​that​ w​ eigh​ u​ p​ ​t0​ ​60​ t​ ons​ ​to​ ​100​ t​ ons.​ ​Tanks​ ​of​ ​different 
sizes​ ​with​ d​ ifferent​ ​weapon​ ​categories.​ S​ tarting​ w​ ith​ t​ he​ ​best 
known​ t​ ank​ i​ n​ w​ w1,​ ​the​ ​Mark​ V​ .​ ​The​ m​ ark​ V​ ​ ​was​ d​ esigned​ b​ y​ ​the 
british​ ​and​ ​deployed​ ​in​ ​the​ ​front​ ​lines​ i​ n​ ​1918.​ A​ pproximately​ ​400 
of​ ​these​ t​ anks​ ​were​ ​built,​ ​200​ m​ ale​ w​ hich​ h​ ad​ ​the​ ​big​ c​ annons 
machine​ ​guns​ a​ nd​ ​200​ f​ emales​ ​with​ o​ nly​ ​machine​ g​ uns.​ T​ he​ ​down 
side​ ​was​ t​ hat​ t​ he​ ​big​ ​tank​ ​went​ ​8​ ​km​ ​h​ a​ nd​ ​hauled​ 5​ .2​ H​ P. 
Another​ p​ opular​ t​ ank​ i​ n​ t​ he​ w​ ar​ t​ hat​ w​ as​ ​supposed​ t​ o​ e​ nd​ ​all​ w​ ars 
was​ ​the​ ​FCM​ ​char​ 2​ c.​ ​The​ ​char​ w​ as​ c​ reated​ b​ y​ ​the​ f​ rench​ ​and​ ​was 
deployed​ ​in​ t​ he​ ​front​ ​lines​ ​in​ 1​ 921.​ A​ bout​ ​only​ ​10​ w​ ere​ b​ uilt​ a​ nd​ ​held 
a​ c​ rew​ ​of​ ​ ​12​ p​ eople.​ T​ his​ ​beast​ o​ f​ a​ ​ ​tank​ f​ eatured​ a​ ​ 1​ 05mm​ g​ un​ ​that 
weighed​ ​38​ t​ ons​ ​and​ 3​ 5mm​ ​armour.​ (​ B.)  
From​ ​ww1​ n​ ow​ t​ o​ ​ww2.​ ​The​ ​tiger​ ​tank​ w​ as​ ​a​ s​ cary​ ​killing​ ​machine 
on​ ​the​ ​front​ l​ ines.​ ​The​ ​tank​ w​ as​ ​equipped​ w​ ith​ ​a​ ​88mm​ a​ nd​ h​ ad​ a​  
crew​ ​of​ 5​ ​ p​ eople.​ ​The​ ​tiger​ w​ as​ d​ eployed​ ​on​ t​ he​ b​ attlefields​ ​in 
1942-1945.​ ​The​ ​materials​ ​to​ b​ uild​ t​ he​ ​tiger​ w​ as​ p​ retty​ e​ xpensive. 
Another​ e​ ffect​ i​ s​ ​when​ i​ t​ s​ nowed,​ ​rained​ ​or​ ​if​ ​the​ ​ground​ ​was 
muddy​ i​ t​ w​ ould​ ​freeze​ t​ he​ S​ chachtellaufwerk​-pattern​ r​ oad​ w​ heels,​ ​and 
would​ ​often​ ​jam​ t​ hem​ ​solid. 
 
 
Another​ ​great​ ​tank​ i​ n​ w​ w2​ w​ as​ ​the​ M​ 4​ ​sherman.​ ​The​ s​ herman​ ​was 
featured​ i​ n​ t​ he​ p​ opular​ m​ ovie​ ​fury.​ T​ he​ ​sherman​ ​was​ ​the​ ​most​ ​used 


tank​ i​ n​ w​ w2​ b​ y​ t​ he​ ​united​ ​states.​ ​This​ ​tank​ ​was​ ​equipped​ ​with​ ​a 
75mm​ ​main​ ​gun,​ a​ nd​ a​ ​ .​ 50​ c​ aliber​ b​ rowning​ M​ 2HB​ ​machine​ ​gun. 
The​ ​sherman​ h​ ad​ ​a​ s​ peed​ ​of​ ​30km/h​ o​ n​ g​ rass​ ​but​ ​on​ r​ oad​ ​went​ ​a 
speed​ o​ f​ ​40km/h.​ ​The​ a​ rmour​ ​on​ ​the​ ​sherman​ ​was​ ​1​ i​ nch​ t​ hick​ ​and 
was​ ​effective​ ​to​ g​ erman​ a​ nti-tank​ ​guns.​ (​ B.) 
Last​ b​ ut​ n​ ot​ ​least,​ t​ he​ ​patter​ ​m46.​ ​The​ p​ atter​ ​was​ a​ n​ ​american​ ​tank 
used​ ​in​ ​the​ ​korean​ ​war​ ​and​ w​ as​ ​the​ m​ ost​ u​ sed​ ​tank​ ​for​ ​that​ ​war​ ​by 
the​ ​states.​ T​ he​ m​ ain​ ​weapon​ ​was​ 9​ omm​ ​m3a1​ ​gun​ ​and​ ​the 
secondary​ w​ as​ a​ ​ 1​ 2.7mm​ m​ 2​ ​machine​ g​ un.​ ​The​ t​ ank​ ​had​ a​ ​ ​crew​ o​ f​ 5​  
people​ ​and​ ​a​ s​ peed​ ​of​ ​48​ k​ m/h​ ​on​ r​ oad.​ ​(B.)   
  
Works​ c​ ited 
B.​ D​ avid.​ ​“Medium​ ​Tank​ M​ 46​ ​Patton”​ ​Tank​ ​Encyclopedia. 
November​ 1​ 8,​ ​2014 
http://www.tanks-encyclopedia.com/coldwar/US/M46_Patton.php 
 
“Mark​ V​ ​ T​ ank”​ ​Wikipedia.​ N​ ovember​ ​28,​ ​2017 
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_V_tank 

  


Why​ ​the​ C​ riminal  sentencing because it wasn’t even close to
Justice​ S​ ystem​ i​ s  what it should have been, which has been
happening​ ​too​ ​much​ ​lately.
Failing. 
Did you know that an African-American man
Chelsea​ ​Gallant is 2.5 times more likely to get arrested than
The Criminal Justice System isn’t a white? Or 21 times more likely to get shot
what it used to be. Rapists are by an officer than whites? 40% of people
getting shorter sentences while incarcerated in the U.S. are
people are getting life sentences African-Americans.​ ​(Solomon)
for misdemeanors (Backus),
juvenile delinquents are being Imagine being locked up in a small cell 23
housed with inmates double their hours a day, staring at the wall, for an
ages and sizes (Coons and Tillis), unknown amount of time, as a punishment.
and inmates all over are being In some institutions, the inmates get ONE
punished rather than rehabilitated. shower a week in solitary confinement, and
How can we expect them to come must bird-bath in their cells if they want to
out as active members of society, shower. They are allowed out of their cells
if they aren’t being treated like 60-90 minutes daily, other than that and
humans, and getting the proper showers, they are caged in like animals,
help​ t​ hey​ ​need? which can drive some people into insanity.
How are you supposed to be able to
In 2015, Brock Turner, an athlete from function in society if you were isolated for
Stanford was found sexually assaulting an most​ ​of​ ​your​ s​ entence?
intoxicated and unconscious lady. He was
accused of five charges; two for rape, two
for felony sexual assault, and one for
attempted rape. “The two rape charges
were dropped” (IPFS). He was charged with
three felony sexual assaults. His convictions

should have l​ anded him 14 years in prison.
Instead, the judge took sympathy on his

case and athletic skills and gave him 6
MONTHS,​ with a following three years of
probation. He ended up serving only 3
months. People were enraged with his


Although the American crime and murder
rate has went down this year, something
needs to be done about the broken system.
In 2011, the percentage of ex-cons who
reoffend after release was 40% (CBS), that
number could have changed if changes
were​ ​made.

-Backus, S. Tatyana. ​Why Our Criminal Justice System Is
Failing. The Odyssey, September 25 2016
https://www.theodysseyonline.com/why-our-criminal-justice-s
ystem-is-failing?altdesign=socialux&utm_expid=.oW2L-b3S
QF-m5a-dPEU77g.1&utm_referrer=
-Solomon,​ ​Danyelle.​ T​ ime​ ​To​ F​ ix​ O​ ur​ F​ ailing
Criminal-Justice​ ​System.​ ​ R​ ealClear​ P​ olicy.​ “​ Telling​ T​ he
Truth​ ​About​ ​Crime​ a​ nd​ ​Policing”​ ​October​ 2​ 0​ ​2016
http://www.realclearpolicy.com/articles/2016/10/20/time_to_r
eform_our_failing_criminal-justice_system.html
-Coons,​ C​ hris​ ​and​ T​ illis,Thom.​ ​America’s​ ​criminal​ ​justice
system​ i​ s​ f​ ailing​ ​us.​ ​CNN​ N​ ews,​ ​January​ 9​ ​ ​2017
http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/09/opinions/america-needs-cri
minal-justice-reform-coons-tillis/index.html
-​People​ ​v.​ T​ urner.​ ​IPFS.​ ​May​ 2​ 017
https://ipfs.io/ipfs/QmXoypizjW3WknFiJnKLwHCnL72vedxjQ
kDDP1mXWo6uco/wiki/People_v._Turner.html
-​Study:​ 4​ 0%​ o​ f​ ​ex-cons​ s​ oon​ l​ and​ b​ ack​ ​in​ ​jail.​ ​CBS​ N​ ews.
April​ ​13​ 2​ 001
https://www.cbsnews.com/news/study-40-of-ex-cons-soon-la
nd-back-in-jail/


Fishing​ M​ alpeque​ O​ ysters​ ​In​ ​Prince​ E​ dward​ ​Island

“Mah​ e​ xplains​ h​ ow​ ​in​ ​different ​ ​Magazine​ a​ rticle​ b​ y,​ ​Carson​ C​ had​ ​Marchbank
seasons
Oysters​ ​taste​ b​ etter.​ S​ he​ e​ xplains​ ​in
the
Seasons​ ​of​ ​October,​ ​November,​ ​and
December​ t​ hat​ t​ hey​ ​are​ t​ he​ ​Best
quality
Of​ ​oysters​ b​ ecause​ ​they​ ​fatten​ ​up​ i​ n
the​ c​ older​ ​weather​ l​ eading​ t​ o​ a​
beautiful​ M​ alpeque​ c​ hoice​ o​ yster.”

On​ t​ he​ M​ alpeque​ ​Oyster:
Though​ ​the​ ​northwestern​ ​end​ ​of​ ​the​ i​ sland​ ​is​ ​called​ M​ alpeque,​ ​“all​ ​oysters​ f​ ound​ o​ n
PEI​ ​are​ c​ onsidered​ t​ he​ ​Malpeque​ v​ ariety,”​ ​(Mah).​ O​ ysters​ s​ tart​ o​ ut​ ​as​ s​ pat,​ ​tiny
shellfish​ a​ bout​ t​ he​ ​size​ ​of​ a​ ​ ​quarter​ t​ hat​ a​ ttach​ ​to​ ​a​ ​solid​ s​ urface,​ l​ ike​ a​ ​ ​larger​ ​oyster.
“It’s​ i​ llegal​ ​to​ b​ ring​ ​in​ ​spat​ ​with​ m​ ature​ ​oysters.​ T​ hey​ h​ ave​ t​ o​ ​be​ ​completely​ c​ leaned
off​ o​ n​ t​ he​ ​boat​ ​and​ p​ ut​ r​ ight​ b​ ack​ ​into​ t​ he​ ​sea,”​ (​ Mah).​ I​ t​ t​ akes​ f​ our​ t​ o​ s​ even​ y​ ears​ f​ or
an​ o​ yster​ ​to​ ​reach​ ​maturity—that’s​ a​ bout​ ​three​ i​ nches​ l​ ong.​ “​ Oysters​ ​like​ ​a​ h​ ard
bottom​ s​ urface,”​ ​(Mah).​ ​“But​ t​ he​ ​bigger​ ​they​ g​ et,​ t​ he​ ​more​ r​ oom​ t​ hey​ ​need​ ​to​ ​grow.
The​ b​ est​ o​ ysters​ ​grow​ s​ lowly,​ w​ ithout​ c​ rowding.”​ M​ alpeques​ a​ re​ ​sold​ i​ n​ ​three​ ​sizes:
small​ c​ hoice,​ l​ arge​ ​choice,​ a​ nd​ ​extra-large​ ​choice.​ ​(CBC​ ​news)
On​ W​ ild​ ​Oyster​ F​ ishery:
The​ ​island’s​ ​oysters​ a​ re​ ​fished​ f​ rom​ ​the​ w​ ild,​ ​using​ ​a​ 1​ 5-foot​ d​ ory​ ​or​ b​ igger​ ​and​ a​
pair​ o​ f​ ​long-handled​ o​ yster​ ​tongs​ t​ hat​ e​ nd​ i​ n​ r​ ake-like​ ​teeth.​ T​ he​ f​ isherman​ ​leans
over​ t​ he​ s​ ide​ o​ f​ t​ he​ ​boat​ a​ nd​ d​ rops​ t​ he​ ​tongs​ ​into​ t​ he​ w​ ater,​ ​closing​ ​them​ ​at​ t​ he
bottom​ o​ f​ ​the​ ​bed​ ​to​ ​capture​ a​ ​ s​ mall​ q​ uantity​ o​ ysters​ ​mixed​ w​ ith​ ​mud​ a​ nd​ ​seaweed.
He​ ​then​ d​ rags​ ​the​ c​ losed​ ​tongs​ ​up​ t​ hrough​ t​ he​ ​water​ a​ nd​ d​ eposits​ t​ he​ c​ ache​ o​ n​ t​ he
prow​ o​ f​ t​ he​ ​boat.​ ​“Oyster​ ​tongs​ ​are​ t​ he​ o​ nly​ ​legal​ w​ ay​ ​to​ f​ ish​ o​ ysters​ ​on​ p​ ublic​ ​water
in​ ​PEI,”​ ​(Mah)​ I​ t’s​ “​ very​ l​ abor​ ​intensive,”​ s​ low,​ ​and​ p​ ainstaking​ ​work—each​ ​load
collects​ o​ nly​ a​ ​ f​ ew​ ​oysters—requiring
strength​ ​and​ ​agility.​ ​“A​ ​public​ f​ isherman
spends​ ​eight,​ ​ten​ ​hours​ ​out​ o​ n​ t​ he​ w​ ater
every​ d​ ay,​ ​dredging,​ s​ orting,​ d​ redging.”
(Mah).​ (​ CBC​ n​ ews)

“This​ ​is​ M​ ah​ ​fishing​ i​ n​ ​public​ g​ rounds​ i​ n
Prince​ ​Edward​ ​Island,​ ​she​ s​ ays​ ​public
fisherman​ u​ sually​ ​spend​ e​ ight​ ​to​ ​ten


hours​ ​a​ d​ ay​ o​ ut​ ​on​ t​ he​ w​ ater.​ T​ hey​ ​also​ h​ ave​ a​ n​ e​ arly​ m​ orning​ ​schedule​ m​ ost
fisherman​ ​wake​ u​ p​ ​between​ ​4am​ a​ nd​ ​5am,​ ​Mah​ ​explains.”
Working​ t​ he​ ​Leases:
During​ ​the​ ​summer,​ ​Mah​ ​and​ ​Phyllis​ h​ eads​ o​ ut​ ​in​ t​ he​ ​dory​ ​once​ o​ r​ ​twice​ a​ ​ d​ ay​ t​ o​ ​fish
the​ ​leases,​ ​and​ ​turn​ ​the​ b​ eds​ o​ ver.​ ​“In​ ​the​ w​ armer​ m​ onths,​ t​ he​ l​ eases​ ​need​ t​ o​ b​ e
worked​ ​everyday​ t​ o​ m​ aintain​ t​ hem,”​ (​ Phyllis).​ ​Winter​ ​brings​ ​a​ ​dormant​ p​ eriod.​ ​“We
don’t​ ​work​ t​ he​ l​ eases​ ​then,”​ (​ Phyllis).​ “​ Everything​ ​freezes​ ​over​ ​from​ D​ ecember​ t​ o
March,​ ​and​ w​ hen​ t​ he​ ​water​ ​gets​ v​ ery​ c​ old,​ t​ he​ ​oysters​ ​lock​ t​ heir​ ​shells​ a​ nd​ s​ tay
closed.”​ ​(CBC​ n​ ews)

“Ya​ g​ otta​ ​work​ ​and​ d​ o​ t​ hings​ ​proper
or​ ​the​ t​ hings​ w​ ill​ n​ ot​ t​ urn​ ​out.​ ​Says
Phyllis.’’​ (​ Mah’s​ b​ oyfriend).

Oyster​ B​ ed​ ​Politics:
Prince​ ​Edward​ I​ sland’s​ l​ andscape​ ​is
defined​ ​by​ ​the​ ​gulf—the​ ​water​ ​not
only​ s​ urrounds​ ​the​ l​ and,​ i​ t​ ​also
reaches​ ​into​ i​ t​ i​ n​ n​ arrow​ i​ nlets​ a​ nd
ponds,​ c​ reating​ ​clean,​ ​cold​ p​ ools
that​ ​oysters​ ​love.​ ​Many​ o​ f​ ​these​ ​areas​ a​ re​ ​considered​ “​ public​ w​ ater,”​ (​ Phyllis),​ ​and
fishing​ ​them​ “​ is​ ​strictly​ ​governed,​ ​requiring​ ​a​ f​ ish-specific​ l​ icense,”​ ​which​ i​ s​ l​ imited,
expensive,​ ​and​ h​ ard​ t​ o​ o​ btain.​ ​The​ i​ sland​ ​also​ ​has​ o​ yster​ ​beds—called
“leases”—which​ ​are​ b​ odies​ ​of​ w​ ater​ r​ ented​ ​from​ ​the​ ​federal​ ​government.​ ​Carr’s
maintains​ f​ ive​ ​leases.​ T​ hey​ b​ uy​ ​oysters​ f​ rom​ ​fisherman​ ​on​ t​ he​ ​public​ ​water,​ a​ nd
transfer​ ​the​ s​ hellfish​ ​to​ ​their​ ​beds​ ​at​ S​ tanley​ B​ ridge,​ w​ here​ ​they​ g​ row​ p​ lump​ ​and
clean.​ (​ CBC​ n​ ews)

Best​ ​Quality​ ​Malpeque​ ​Oyster:
Though​ ​enjoying​ s​ hellfish​ ​only​ ​in​ m​ onths​ w​ ith​ a​ n​ “​ r”​ i​ s​ “​ kind​ o​ f​ a​ ​ ​myth,”​ (​ Phyllis),
she​ t​ hinks​ t​ he​ ​“fattest,​ ​best​ q​ uality​ ​oysters”​ ​are​ f​ ound​ ​in​ O​ ctober,​ ​November,​ ​and
December.​ “​ Oysters​ h​ ibernate—like​ ​bears,”​ s​ he
says.​ ​“They​ ​fatten​ ​up​ d​ uring​ t​ he​ w​ armer
months,​ a​ nd​ ​hibernate​ d​ uring​ ​the​ w​ inter.”​ I​ n
March​ a​ nd​ ​April,​ ​“they’re​ ​coming​ ​off​ ​their
winter​ ​sleep​ s​ o​ t​ hey’re​ g​ etting​ ​thin​ ​and​ w​ eak,
waiting​ f​ or​ t​ he​ w​ arm​ w​ ater​ t​ o​ ​feed.”​ B​ y​ ​autumn,
they’re​ ​plump​ ​and​ d​ elicious—just​ i​ n​ t​ ime​ f​ or
the​ h​ oliday​ s​ eason.


Philip​ s​ hucked​ t​ wo​ f​ resh​ ​oysters​ ​for​ ​Mah​ ​and​ ​she​ ​ate​ ​them
right​ ​away,​ ​straight​ ​from​ ​the​ ​sea.​ ​They​ ​were​ ​briny​ a​ nd
delicate,​ t​ he​ o​ cean-temperature​ ​flesh​ s​ weeter​ a​ nd​ w​ armer
than​ o​ ysters​ s​ erved​ o​ n​ ​a​ ​bed​ ​of​ ​ice.​ ​Fishing​ a​ nd​ e​ ating
them​ w​ as​ o​ ne​ o​ f​ ​the​ b​ est​ ​moments​ o​ f​ ​my​ ​life.​ (​ CBC​ ​news)

Product​ ​Profile:
Shell​ c​ olour​ i​ s​ a​ ​ m​ ixture​ ​of​ s​ hades​ o​ f​ ​grey​,​ b​ rown​ w​ hite​ ​or​ ​green​.

-​ ​Cultured​ ​oysters​ ​are​ a​ vailable​ ​year-round

-​ ​PEI​ o​ ysters​ a​ re​ ​nutritious​ ​and​ ​rich​ i​ n​ p​ rotein,​ m​ inerals​ ​and​ ​vitamins.

Cultured​ O​ ysters:
The​ ​Prince​ E​ dward​ I​ sland​ o​ yster​ ​industry,​ a​ long​ ​with​ i​ ts
famous​ ​Malpeque​ o​ ysters,​ h​ ave​ e​ arned​ ​a​ ​world-renowned
reputation​ ​for​ ​their​ s​ upreme​ ​quality,​ g​ reat​ t​ aste,​ ​and​ ​can​ ​be
found​ i​ n​ ​fine​ d​ ining​ ​establishments,​ o​ yster​ ​bars,​ ​and
kitchens​ ​across​ ​the​ ​world.

“They​ ​are​ ​good​ t​ ransitional​ ​oysters,​ b​ ig​ a​ nd​ b​ old,​ ​but​ ​still​ l​ ight-bodied​ ​and​ c​ lean​ o​ n​ t​ he
finish.​ E​ asy​ t​ o​ e​ at,​ w​ ith​ ​the​ ​perfect​ ​balance​ o​ f​ s​ weetness,​ b​ rine,​ a​ nd​ p​ ickle-like​ l​ iveliness,

they​ ​make​ g​ reat​ ​accompaniments​ ​to​ a​ ​ p​ int​ ​of​ l​ ager.”

Credits:
Ann,​ e​ t​ ​al.​ ​“Oyster​ ​Fishing​ ​on​ P​ rince​ E​ dward​ I​ sland.”​ A​ nn​ ​Mah,​ ​7​ O​ ct.​ ​2014,

​ w​ ww.annmah.net/2014/06/30/fishing-malpeque-oysters-prince-edward-island/

“The​ O​ yster​ ​Guide.”​ ​The​ O​ yster​ G​ uide​ R​ SS,
www.oysterguide.com/maps/prince-edward-island/malpeque/.

“How​ ​PEI's​ ​Oyster​ F​ armers​ ​Reap​ ​Cold,​ ​Hard​ ​Cash​ ​in​ a​ n​ I​ cy​ S​ eason.”​ T​ he​ G​ lobe​ a​ nd​ M​ ail,​ ​12
Nov.​ ​2017,

www.theglobeandmail.com/news/national/how-peis-oyster-farmers-reap-cold-hard-cas
h-in-an​.


Why​ ​are​ ​drugs​ s​ o Addiction is treatable and can be
successfully managed.People who are
addicting? recovering from an addiction will be at risk
for relapse for years and possibly for their
Why are drugs so addicting? Many people whole lives. M​ ost patients need long-term
don't understand why or how other people or repeated care to stop using completely
become addicted to drugs. They may and​ r​ ecover​ t​ heir​ l​ ives.​ (​ drug​ ​use​ ​addiction)
mistakenly think that those who use drugs
and that they could stop their drug use All drugs affect the brain’s reward center
simply by choosing to. In reality, drug causing a flood of dopamine into the body’s
addiction is a complex disease, and quitting system. So, yes, all drugs are addictive in
usually takes more than good intentions or a this way as they all affect the brain in the
strong will. Drugs change the brain in ways same​ ​manner.(National).
that make quitting hard, even for those who When someone keeps using drugs to
want to. Fortunately, researchers know more creating the same high they felt the first
than ever about how drugs affect the brain time, the brain starts to respond by adapting
and have found treatments that can help
people recover from drug addiction and lead
productive lives. Long-term use also causes
changes in other brain chemical systems and
circuits affecting functions that include
stress, judgement, learning, memory,
behavior.​ ​ ​Can​ ​drug​ ​addictions​ b​ e​ ​cured?


to excess dopamine. This causes less natural  
dopamine to be produced, which, in turn,
reduces its receptors. Doctors call a drug National​ ​Institute​ o​ n​ D​ rug.​ “​ Understanding
addictive if it makes you dependent on the Drug​ U​ se​ a​ nd​ ​Addiction.”​ ​NIDA,​ ​ A​ ug.
drug. Unpleasant withdrawal symptoms 2016,​ ​www.drugabuse.gov
appear unless you take the drug. Addictive /publications/​ ​drugfacts/understanding
drugs also make you crave them you have -drug-use-addiction.
an overwhelming urge to continue taking the ​ “​ Why​ C​ ertain​ ​Drugs​ A​ re​ ​Addictive.”
drug, even after withdrawal symptoms have Luxury.Rehabs.com​, Dec. 2017,
disappeared. drugs so seductive that even luxury.rehabs.com/drug-addiction/why
casual users seem to become addicted? “The -certain-drugs-are-addictive/.
answer lies in the way these substances “What​ ​Makes​ A​ ​ ​Drug
affect your brain chemistry.E​ ach drug acts Addictive?”​ ​Orlando​ ​Recovery
in a specific way to change the brain’s Center,​ 30​ ​Dec
response to stimuli, but the end result is that 2016,www.orlandorecovery.co
the experience of using the substance is so m/blog/what-makes-a-drug-ad
pleasurable, relaxing or energizing that it dictive/#gref.
triggers your internal reward system, making
you want to repeat that experience again and
again” Rehabs.com (what makes drugs
addictive)


PEI​ ​ATV​ c​ lubs 
are​ ​working 
hard​ f​ or​ o​ ur 

clubs​ a​ nd 

trails 

Text:​ B​ en​ A​ rsenault

Clubs​ h​ oping​ ​to​ ​link​ t​ rails Importance​ ​of​ ​ATVs​ ​being
registered​ ​to​ a​ ​ ​club
​ ​ ​ C​ lubs​ h​ ave​ b​ een​ ​working​ h​ ard​ ​trying​ t​ o
expand​ ​and​ ​reach​ ​other​ c​ lubs​ ​trails.​ T​ hey've Over​ t​ he​ l​ ast​ c​ ouple​ y​ ears​ ​years​ t​ he​ P​ ei
been​ m​ aking​ ​visits​ ​to​ m​ ultiple​ ​landowners ATV​ ​clubs​ ​have​ ​been​ ​working​ h​ ard​ g​ etting
and​ f​ armers.​ ​Talking​ a​ bout​ g​ etting written​ p​ ermission​ ​from​ ​landowners​ t​ o​ ​build
permission​ ​to​ ​cut​ t​ rail​ o​ n​ ​the​ ​land​ a​ nd​ ​to​ ​get our​ t​ rails.​ ​Currently​ ​in​ t​ he​ ​Queens​ C​ ounty
permission​ f​ or​ t​ he​ c​ lubs​ t​ o​ ​drive​ o​ n​ ​a​ ​single theres​ 1​ 00​ ​kilometers​ u​ nder​ ​construction
path​ a​ long​ t​ he​ s​ ide​ o​ f​ t​ he​ ​farmers​ f​ ields. and​ ​50​ k​ ilometers​ i​ n​ K​ ings​ C​ ounty​ u​ nder
Currently​ ​the​ E​ vangeline​ c​ lub​ h​ as​ ​extended construction.​ ​Soon​ ​though​ t​ he​ c​ lubs​ a​ re
there​ t​ rails​ b​ y​ 5​ 0​ k​ ilometers​ t​ his​ ​past going​ t​ o​ b​ e​ r​ unning​ o​ ut​ o​ f​ m​ oney​ ​to​ ​help
summer.​ T​ hey​ h​ ope​ t​ o​ ​soon​ e​ xtend​ ​to​ t​ he
west​ a​ nd​ r​ each​ t​ he​ ​O’Leary​ ​club​ t​ rails​ ​and build​ ​and​ i​ mprove​ ​trail
spread​ ​east​ t​ o​ ​connect​ w​ ith​ t​ he​ S​ herbrook from​ ​looking​ l​ ike​ ​the
trails.​ ​This​ p​ ast​ s​ ummer​ ​thanks​ ​to​ ​lots​ ​of picture​ ​above​ t​ o​ t​ rail​ ​like
fundraisers​ t​ he​ ​Evangeline​ ​club​ ​has the​ ​one​ t​ o​ t​ he​ ​side.​ ​The
extended​ ​there​ ​trail​ ​from​ ​Richmond​ t​ o Island​ ​Atv​ ​club​ p​ resident
Enmore​ ​then​ d​ own​ t​ o​ T​ yne​ ​Valley​ ​and says​ t​ hat​ a​ pproximately
backup​ ​to​ R​ ichman.​ ​ ​ ​Barry​ P​ hillips​ ​owner​ o​ f out​ o​ f​ ​the​ ​15000​ ​atvs​ ​on
Arlington-based​ ​west​ c​ ountry​ f​ arms​ ​says the​ i​ sland​ o​ nly​ 6​ 00​ a​ re
that​ ​“the​ ​growth​ o​ f​ t​ he​ ​sport​ ​on​ t​ he​ ​island​ i​ s registered​ ​to​ ​a​ ​club.​ H​ e​ ​says​ t​ hat​ ​with​ l​ ess
a​ p​ ositive​ t​ hing”.​ H​ e​ ​says​ ​that​ “​ the​ ​sport​ i​ sn't people​ ​signing​ u​ p​ f​ or​ ​a​ ​club​ m​ ean​ ​that​ ​only
a​ b​ ad​ o​ ne​ ​it's​ ​just​ t​ hat​ ​it​ h​ ad​ ​a​ b​ ad​ s​ tarting so​ ​much​ ​trail​ c​ an​ b​ e​ w​ orked​ ​on​ a​ nd​ k​ ept
reputation​ ​and​ ​eventually​ t​ hinks​ i​ t​ w​ ill​ e​ nd rideable​ a​ nd​ ​thats​ w​ hy​ i​ ts​ ​so​ ​important​ f​ or
up​ ​like​ ​the​ ​snowmobiles”.​ T​ here's​ a​ ​ ​meeting people​ ​to​ r​ egister​ t​ o​ ​a​ c​ lub.​ ​{Harding}.
coming​ ​up​ ​in​ ​january​ ​to​ t​ ry​ ​and​ ​get​ ​a​ ​club
house​ b​ uild​ a​ nd​ p​ ut​ t​ ogether​ i​ n​ P​ ownal.over
the​ s​ ummer​ t​ he​ p​ resident​ o​ f​ ​the​ ​Evangeline
club​ m​ ade​ 7​ 6​ ​visits​ t​ o​ l​ andowners​ ​and​ ​got
permission​ ​from​ ​73​ ​of​ ​them​ t​ o​ s​ tart​ ​cutting
new​ ​trails.​ T​ here's​ ​more​ ​to​ ​come​ n​ ext​ y​ ear
to​ ​so​ f​ ar​ ​this​ ​year​ ​over​ ​600​ t​ rail​ ​passes​ ​were
sold​ ​on​ ​the​ i​ sland​ ​and​ s​ oon​ t​ hem​ ​passes
will​ b​ e​ a​ ccepted​ i​ n​ ​New​ ​Brunswick,​ ​Nova
Scotia,​ ​Quebec,​ ​and​ ​Ontario.{​ P​ EI​ ​ATV
federation}


Works​ C​ ited

Harding,​ G​ ail.​ “​ P.E.I.​ A​ TV​ ​Federation​ ​Works​ w​ ith​ L​ andowners​ t​ o​ ​Build​ ​Trail​ S​ ystem.”
CBCnews,​ ​ ​CBC/Radio​ ​Canada,​ ​12​ ​Aug.​ ​2016,
www.cbc.ca/news/canada/prince-edward-island
/atv-federation-landowner-build-trail-system-1.3717971.

“PEI​ ​ATV​ F​ ederation.”​ ​PEI​ A​ TV​ ​Federation,​ peiatvfederation.wildapricot.org/.

PEI​ A​ TV​ ​Federation​ ​-​ ​P.E.I.​ A​ TV​ ​Federation​ ​Eying​ G​ rowth​,
peiatvfederation.wildapricot.org​ ​/PEI-ATV-Federation-news/5625488.


Why​ t​ he​ ​Maple​ ​Leafs
have​ t​ he​ b​ est​ t​ eam​ ​in
the​ ​league.

Toronto​ M​ aple​ ​Leafs the season they are looking like the next
team to win the cup or in the next few
The​ L​ eafs​ ​with​ ​there​ 1​ 3​ ​cups season as many maple leaf fans have
and​ a​ ​ g​ oalie​ t​ hat​ ​came​ ​from​ ​being been hoping for, for many years and it’s
A horrible disaster with a .900 average finally​ s​ tarting​ t​ o​ b​ ecome​ ​reality.
to becoming one of the best goalie in
the league with a .919 average in just a Start​ ​of​ t​ he​ s​ eason
year( Tanner). Now to add to the team
they have three young allstars just being The Toronto Maple Leafs opened
there career Matthew, Nylander, Marner the season on Wednesday night in
and to protect the young stars they Winnipeg and took the victory against
signed​ 6​ ​ ​foot​ 2​ ​ e​ nforcer​ M​ att​ M​ artin. the Jets in their own rink. They ended
up winning 7-2 led by two goals from
Mike​ B​ abcock newcomer Patrick Marleau and a goal
for​ e​ ach​ ​of​ ​the​ ​big​ ​three.
As Mike Babcock became the
new head coach of the Toronto Maple Mid​ s​ eason
Leafs in 2015 he said “​ Whether you
believe it or not, I believe this is The Toronto Maple leafs are
Canada’s team, and we need to put currently in 2nd place in the standings
Canada’s team back on the with 33 games played, 20 wins, 12 lost,
map”(​Ba​ teman). With there new stars and 1 overtime lost. They may not be in
on the team that are developing into first but are showing teams how they
some of the best players in the league, can play a very effect scoring game with
and a goalie who was having the highest there​ ​allstar​ o​ ffence.
save percentage of the starting month of


Credits:

“Official​ T​ oronto​ ​Maple​ L​ eafs​ ​Website.”​ ​NHL.com
​ ​www.nhl.com/mapleleafs​.

Tanner,​ ​James.​ ​“Toronto​ ​Maple​ L​ eafs:​ B​ est​ ​Team​ ​in​ ​the​ N​ HL.”​ E​ ditor​ I​ n​ ​Leaf,​ ​ F​ anSided,​ ​19​ N​ ov.
2017,

https://editorinleaf.com/2017/11/19/toronto-maple-leafs-six-row/

Bateman,​ D​ avid.​ “​ Mike​ B​ abcock's​ B​ est​ ​Quotes​ f​ rom​ F​ irst​ N​ ews​ ​Conference​ a​ s​ ​Maple​ L​ eafs​ C​ oach.”
Thestar.com,​ ​ 2​ 1​ ​May​ ​2015

www.thestar.com/sports/leafs/2015/05/21/mike-babcocks-best-quotes-from-first-news-confer
ence-as-maple-leafs-coach.html​.


Standardbreds​ ​vs​ ​Thoroughbreds  

Standardbreds​ ​and​ ​Thoroughbreds​ a​ re​ w​ arm​ b​ looded​ ​race​ ​horses.
Thoroughbred​ a​ nd​ ​Standardbreds​ ​are​ ​different​ b​ ecause​ ​Thoroughbreds
race​ ​with​ ​people​ o​ n​ t​ heir​ b​ ack​ ​and​ ​Standardbreds​ ​race​ w​ ith​ p​ eople​ ​on
carts.

Tracks   furlongs(0.63​ ​to​ 1​ .50​ m​ iles).​ ​Harness​ ​racing 
world​ r​ ecord​ o​ n​ ​a​ ​mile​ ​track​ ​is​ ​1:46.0​ a​ nd 
Thoroughbreds​ a​ nd​ ​standardbreds​ ​race​ o​ n  the​ t​ horoughbred​ w​ orld​ ​record​ ​on​ ​a​ ​mile 
different​ s​ ize​ ​tracks.​ S​ tandardbreds​ r​ ace  track​ i​ s​ 1​ :32.0.​ ​Also​ ​standardbreds​ ​pace​ ​and 
mostly​ o​ n​ m​ ile​ ​and​ ​half​ m​ ile​ t​ racks​ w​ hen​ t​ he  trot​ o​ n​ ​a​ ​half​ ​mile​ ​or​ m​ ile​ ​track​ w​ ith​ ​rock 
thoroughbred​ ​races​ o​ n​ ​ ​a​ ​lot​ o​ f​ d​ ifferent  dust​ w​ itch​ m​ akes​ t​ he​ ​track​ ​kinda​ ​hard​ ​and 
tracks​ ​but​ ​mostly​ t​ end​ t​ o​ r​ ace​ ​on​ a​ ​ 5​ ​ ​to​ 1​ 2  thoroughbreds​ r​ un​ o​ n​ ​a​ ​dirt​ ​track​ t​ hat​ ​is 
soft​ ​and​ d​ eep. 
 

Cost  

The​ c​ ost​ f​ or​ ​a​ ​two​ ​year​ o​ ld​ s​ tandardbred​ a​ t 
a​ y​ earling​ ​sale​ ​can​ g​ o​ u​ sually​ ​between​ 1​ 0,000 
to​ ​200,000​ a​ nd​ ​then​ y​ ou​ ​would​ h​ ave​ t​ o​ p​ ay 
to​ r​ egister​ i​ t​ ​and​ ​pay​ t​ o​ ​put​ i​ t​ ​into​ s​ take 
races​ w​ here​ ​you​ c​ an​ ​make​ u​ p​ t​ o​ 1​ 00,000. 
Good​ s​ tandardbreds​ c​ an​ ​usually​ ​make​ ​up​ ​to 
half​ a​ ​ m​ illion​ a​ nd​ i​ f​ ​its​ a​ ​ ​stud​ a​ nd​ ​was​ a​  
good​ r​ ace​ ​horse​ y​ ou​ c​ an​ ​make​ e​ ven​ ​more 
money​ ​breeding​ i​ t​ ​for​ ​around​ 5​ ​ ​thousand​ ​to 
each​ ​mare.thoroughbreds​ ​go​ ​for​ ​more​ a​ t 
their​ ​yearling​ ​sales​ b​ ecause​ t​ heir​ r​ aces​ ​and 
stake​ ​races​ ​go​ ​for​ ​more​ m​ oney.​ ​Good 


thoroughbreds​ c​ an​ ​make​ ​up​ t​ o​ a​ ​ ​million 
dollars​ ​but​ ​it​ c​ ost​ ​more​ t​ o​ ​enter​ ​them​ i​ n 
stake​ r​ aces​ a​ nd​ ​to​ ​register​ t​ hem.  
 
 

Best​ s​ tandardbred​ ​vs​ ​best 

thoroughbreds  

One​ ​of​ t​ he​ ​best​ ​standardbreds​ ​is​ ​somebeach 
somewhere​ ​he​ ​had​ ​the​ ​world​ r​ ecord​ t​ hat​ w​ as 
1:46.1​ a​ nd​ ​other​ r​ ecords​ a​ nd​ ​made​ ​a​ ​million 
dollars​ i​ n​ h​ is​ ​two​ y​ ear​ o​ ld 
career.somebeachsomewhere​ w​ as​ s​ old​ f​ or​ ​40 
000​ a​ t​ t​ he​ ​yearling​ s​ ale​ a​ nd​ ​made​ ​a​ m​ illion 
dollars​ h​ is​ f​ irst​ ​year​ r​ acing​ a​ nd​ m​ ade​ 9​  
million​ h​ is​ ​first​ ​year​ b​ reeding.​ O​ ne​ ​of​ t​ he 
best​ ​thoroughbreds​ m​ ight​ ​be​ S​ ecretariat​ ​he 
won​ ​all​ ​three​ ​races​ ​of​ ​the​ ​derby​ ​and​ s​ et​ ​the 
record​ ​for​ a​ ​ ​mile​ ​and​ ​a​ h​ alf​ a​ nd​ o​ nly​ ​lost 
once​ ​or​ t​ wice. 
 

 

 

 

 

 


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