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Titre Making Canada Proud [videorecording] / Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Éditeur Toronto : Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 2009
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Collection The National
Sujet anglais Canadians -- Biography
Carpentry -- Training -- Manitoba -- Winnipeg
Vocational guidance -- Manitoba -- Winnipeg
AIDS (Disease) -- Prevention -- Kenya
Charities -- Canada
Charities, Medical -- India
Arts -- Study and teaching -- Palestine
Social medicine -- China
Social sciences
Civics -- Study and teaching
Ethics
Entrepreneurship
Vocational education
Health services administration
Collaboration Mansbridge, Peter host
Sherren, Reg journalist
McGuffin, David journalist
Graham, Laurie journalist
Milewski, Terry journalist
Evans, Margaret journalist
Cormier, Michel 1957- journalist
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Description 1 streaming video (22 min 00 sec)
Durée 002200
Note From the Curio.ca streaming audio-visual collection.
Available for the subscribers of Bibliothèques de Montréal [QMBM]
Distribution Host: Mansbridge, Peter ; Journalist: Sherren, Reg ; Journalist: McGuffin, David ; Journalist: Graham, Laurie ; Journalist: Milewski, Terry ; Journalist: Evans, Margaret ; Journalist: Cormier, Michel, 1957-.
Résumé In celebration of Canada Day, The National followed six stories of Canadians making a difference around the world, from the occupied West Bank to Winnipeg. Highlights include a doctor in China being compared to a modern-day Norman Bethune; a researcher using the cellphone to improve medical treatment for AIDS patients in Kenya; a man whose organization donates bicycles worldwide; and a former Noranda VP who founded a social enterprise to train construction workers in inner-city Winnipeg. The choice these individuals have made to work in practical, grassroots ways to improve the quality of life for others, in Canada and internationally, will inspire students to think creatively about their civic participation and responsibilities.
Note Mode of access : Web
Langue In English.
Closed-captioned.
Note Source of description from Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Type doc. Internet resource
Note Episode Title : Making Canada Proud
   
   
   
 
 
   
   
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