This Chain Restaurant Will Link You and Your Friends Together

There are countless perks to eating at the Earls restaurant in Port Coquitlam. Earls is exceptional for any occasion. The minute you step foot inside you are greeted by a polite hostess who will ask you “which area would you like to sit in?” Whether you choose the dining area or the lounge you are guaranteed a comfy seat with plenty of elbow room. Once seated, a server will stop by to welcome and hand you a menu filled with everything from seafood to a wide variety of comfort foods and more. Then you are left with your tough decision because of all the drooling worthy choices. On most occasions I will go for the grilled to excellent Cajun chicken cheddar sandwich with the perfectly crunchy seasoned fries on the side. It is a great option for lunch or dinner. Another dish you may want to sift out is the prawn and pesto pizza that has a perfect crunch as well as a great flavour combination. Once you have decided, you can enjoy your time with friends, family, or date while you are amazed by the chefs in the back flipping pizzas and throwing them in the enormous pizza oven. Being able to talk to the people joining you is an important component for me. With the atmosphere being a perfect volume, it is a great place to talk to and get to know someone better. The scent of other guest’s sizzling eats surrounding you only make you more eager to get your own. As you think you are just about to fall off the edge of your seat, you see your server with your steaming plate of gorgeous food strutting towards you. Then you take your first bite. It will feel like July 4th in your mouth. It will only get better as you scope out the dessert menu. My number one choice is the tangy key lime pie with the crumbly graham cracker crust. Having my birthday dinner at Earls with my friends last year was special to me because I was spending the occasion with friends and sharing the delicious food. Once you have relished your meal and time spent with loved ones, you can pick up your pretty penny bill and be filled with not a drop of nostalgia. Leaving with a satisfied stomach, you know you will pay Earls another visit in a lickety-split.

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The Things We Did Not Eat

Immigrant Journal & Reflection


I believe I made an interesting and lengthy story that had lots of cliff hangers. Something to improve on would have been researching more for historical accuracy. I liked the project because it’s something I haven’t done before in socials and it gave me a better perspective on immigrants and their hardships. I wish that I had started the project earlier on so that I could have worked through it slower, rather than trying to rush it a week before.


New France Document Gallery

Champlain and Quebec

A drawing of the habitation at Quebec 1608-1609.

Crossroads pg 21

Fur traders trading with Native Americans

1609 raid against Iroquois

Crossroads pg 22

Champlain making the alliance with the Wendat/Huron

 Jesuits and Huron

Jesuit priest preaching to the Huron

Mission among the Hurons in the start of a church

Iroquois attack on the Huron

Royal Government

Governor Frontenac

Filles du roi-“King’s Daughters”

Mercantilism-promoted governmental regulation of a nation’s economy

Coureurs de bois

Coureurs de bois trading with Native people

Radisson and Des Groseilliers being led by the Ojibwa and Algonquins to Hudson’s Bay


A habitant family in their house doing every day activities Crossroads pg 34

All seigneuries had a church nearby in New France

The women of the seigneuries

Crossroads pg 35

Imperialism and Conflict- France vs England

Wars between France and England over imperialism

Louisbourg was the French place of protection over New France

Halifax was British land used to take over Quebec

The Acadians being deported off their land by the British because they didn’t pledge to the oath

A map of Acadia

Seven Years War/French and Indian War 1756- 1763

British take over Louisbourg

A battle during the Seven Years’ War

The Battle of the Plains of Abraham was the turning point in the Seven Years’ War

Crossroads pg 65

General James Wolfe dies as a consequence of the Seven Years’ War and is shown as a hero in this painting Crossroads pg 69

The Royal Proclamation of 1763

Crossroads pg 63