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Historic Encounter Canada, November 2008

Historic Encounter Canada, November 2008
Hi, my name is Meghan Draper and I have just experienced a trip to Ottawa to learn about arts and culture through other youth from all over Canada. This trip would have not been possible...

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Why Have a Bank Account

You work hard, you save your money and now you are starting to think about where you should stash it. There are a few options we can eliminate right off the top; under your mattress, buried in the backyard or in your best friends account. By opening your own personal account you feel comfortable knowing where your money is. Below are a few... read more

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