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Social Science & Culture
Searching for the sublime: Algonquin Park and the origins of wilderness tourism
Jul 25, 2018
In the late 1800s, Canadian cities were in the process of a major transition due to great population increases, industrialization and a growing middle class. Toronto was no exception, and in terms of its population size and industrial production, was second only to Montreal in these years.
Engineering & Technology
Bloodhound Diary: Learning from the past
Jesse Rogerson, PhD
Ingenium - Canada's Museums of Science and Innovation
Aug 23, 2017
This article is written by Andy Green, the world land speed record holder, and the driver of the Bloodhound SSC; the car that will attempt to reach 1,000 mph sometime in 2018. In this article, Green gives a quick overview of the engineering work that's been done so far as they design the car that will push the limits.