"I live in Perdue, Saskatchewan, Canada. Saskatchewan is famous for the amount of uranium in our soil. The part of Sask. I live in is famous for the amount wheat exported from here."
I would like to tell you what it is like to live in Ontario, Canada.
Sometimes it is the best living here because the are amusement parks and stuff but if you don't have any money it still isn't that bad because the is a lot of parks and things you don't need money for.
Sometimes it sucks living here because you can only do so much if you don't have money on you. So it gets to be boring.
I don't know why everybody thinks it's so cold all the time. It is very hot in the summer but it is freezing in the winter (shiver, shiver)
So now you now what it is like to live in Ontario Canada."
- yours truly, Mike, age 13
"Hi, My name is Scott, and I come from Marystown, Newfoundland, Canada! Newfoundland was once a vast fishing province but now because of mismanagement by both the federal and provincial governments, as well as foreigners and our own fisherman, the fish are not as plentiful as they once were! Marystown is located on the Burin Peninsula region of the Island portion of Newfoundland and Labrador, it is the largest community on the Burin! It also has one of world's largest ship yards in the world, and the yard is one of the most respected as well !!!"
"Hi, I'm Lauren from Port Hardy, B.C. Canada, on the North tip of Vancouver Island. The ocean is right beside my house. I live on a cul-de-sac, close to my friends and my baby sitter and my Grandparents. We get alot of rain in Port Hardy, and lots of fog in the summer mornings, turning to sun in the afternoon. My brother's name is Quintin and he is helping me with my story. Alot of houses have been sold on our street. My best friend is coming to visit me. He is moving to Yellow Knife, North West Territories. My dad is a road builder for a logging company. I have to stop for now. Talk to you soon."