Madeleine Deschenes

Madeleine Deschenes

 Toronto, Ontario

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    August 25, 2015
  • Édifice d'astronomie et d'astrophysique, Université de Toronto
    Édifice d'astronomie et d'astrophysique, Université de Toronto
    guestBook Livre d'Or So Much More To Explore

    There is so much left to explore in space, perhaps like other life forms and even just understanding the magnitude of distances and sizes (because they are so out of this world).
    Sci-fi Novels and Movies show us the numerous possibilities of space and show us why we must continue to study the sky!

  • Archives Ontario
    Archives Ontario
    guestBook Livre d'Or Very Cool Mix of Past and Future

    The building has a very futuristic feel however the materials it hold are as old as you can imagine!

  • Annesley Hall
    Annesley Hall
    guestBook Livre d'Or Residence Life in the Early 20th Century

    I am sure that residence life for women in the early 20th Century would be a lot stricter than residence life now. Especially because now it is acceptable to have coed residences.
    I think that knowing UofT there are an awful lot of fun traditions that are carried on from the 1900s to todays residents!

  • Collège d'Armour Heights
    Collège d'Armour Heights
    guestBook Livre d'Or Looks Can Be Deceiving

    Armour Heights really is a beautiful college which is not the commonly held notion for the military whose buildings tend to focus more on functionality.
    It has a kind of quaint cottage feel!

  • Édifice Ann Baillie
    Édifice Ann Baillie
    guestBook Livre d'Or Demonstrates How Far We've Come

    Healthcare has improved so much in the past 100 years and this museum captures these changes and the possibility for even more improvements into the future!
    Changes that aren't just limited to knowledge but acceptance and the increased role of a nurse in patient care. Today nurses are still fighting for recognition. However much has changed in that nurse practitioners have similar roles and responsibilities of doctors.
    The Ann Baillie Building is located within Queen's Campus it has beautiful architecture and is steps from the St. Lawrence River!

Madeleine Deschenes

Madeleine Deschenes

 Toronto, Ontario
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  • 26
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    August 25, 2015
  • Édifice d'astronomie et d'astrophysique, Université de Toronto
    Édifice d'astronomie et d'astrophysique, Université de Toronto
    guestBook Livre d'Or So Much More To Explore

    There is so much left to explore in space, perhaps like other life forms and even just understanding the magnitude of distances and sizes (because they are so out of this world).
    Sci-fi Novels and Movies show us the numerous possibilities of space and show us why we must continue to study the sky!

  • Archives Ontario
    Archives Ontario
    guestBook Livre d'Or Very Cool Mix of Past and Future

    The building has a very futuristic feel however the materials it hold are as old as you can imagine!

  • Annesley Hall
    Annesley Hall
    guestBook Livre d'Or Residence Life in the Early 20th Century

    I am sure that residence life for women in the early 20th Century would be a lot stricter than residence life now. Especially because now it is acceptable to have coed residences.
    I think that knowing UofT there are an awful lot of fun traditions that are carried on from the 1900s to todays residents!

  • Collège d'Armour Heights
    Collège d'Armour Heights
    guestBook Livre d'Or Looks Can Be Deceiving

    Armour Heights really is a beautiful college which is not the commonly held notion for the military whose buildings tend to focus more on functionality.
    It has a kind of quaint cottage feel!

  • Édifice Ann Baillie
    Édifice Ann Baillie
    guestBook Livre d'Or Demonstrates How Far We've Come

    Healthcare has improved so much in the past 100 years and this museum captures these changes and the possibility for even more improvements into the future!
    Changes that aren't just limited to knowledge but acceptance and the increased role of a nurse in patient care. Today nurses are still fighting for recognition. However much has changed in that nurse practitioners have similar roles and responsibilities of doctors.
    The Ann Baillie Building is located within Queen's Campus it has beautiful architecture and is steps from the St. Lawrence River!