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Reconciliation grove: U of T student designs memorial to facilitate conversation on Canada's relationship with Indigenous people
Arbours to sit and contemplate, headstones engraved with the names of children who died or went missing in residential schools and a maple tree to symbolize the country's efforts at reconciliation – those are the elements of a “reconciliation grove” designed by a U of T architecture student.
James Bird designed Words to Form – an architectural model for a potential memorial that would put the words of reconciliation into a physical form – for his fourth-year independent study.
For months, much of the world has been watching with bated breath as Trump has settled into the presidency.
From efforts to suspend immigration from predominantly Muslim countries to trying to repeal Obamacare and picking fights over NAFTA, softwood lumber and dairy – it has been a busy 100 days. In the midst of it all, the 45th president has also reportedly found the time to install a Coke button in the White House to quench his thirst.
Who are Canada’s best developers?
Jyotheeswar Arvind Manickavasagar is one, according to Canadian Business. And so are Amber Houle, Zain Manji and Amy Xiao.
“This award validates my decision to come to Canada and study at U of T,” says Manickavasagar, who graduated last year from U of T and is now working at DNAstack, a genomics software startup.