Posts tagged with ‘Student Award of Excellence’

  • Mont Saint-Hilaire Quarry

    STUDENT Evelyne St-Jacques, Université de Montréal The Poudrette quarry in Mont Saint-Hilaire has been in operation for more than 40 years, extracting minerals used in the manufacture of concrete. The mountain has been carved away, giving way to a 100-metre-high cliff. Its straight cut exposes the rocky composition of the mountains, providing stark visual contrast between the industrial nature of […]
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  • Sable Island National Park

    STUDENT Matthew Griffin-Allwood, Dalhousie University Sable Island’s remote position, unique ecosystem and intricate balance make it an engaging, dynamic landscape that has captivated human attention for centuries. It is located on the edge of the continental shelf, between the Gulf Stream and Labrador Current, 175 kilometres from the nearest point of land in Nova Scotia. Its delicate ecosystem, formed on […]
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