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How to Establish Credit History (from Scratch

The mechanics of establishing credit is simple – have one line of credit open for at least six months. The hard part is getting that first line! First, check your credit reports. You might have an established credit history but it’s just not long enough. Use Annualcreditreport.com to get your report from Equifax, Experian, and …

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from Quick and Dirty Tips

How to Raise Your Credit Score Fast

Learn what you can do to raise your credit score quickly. Use the tips from the personal finance author to improve your credit score in no time.

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from The Venue Report

The Ultimate Guide To Glamping Around the Globe

CANADA: Ridgeback Lodge. Hold the phone. Geodesic domes are now trending. These little glamping spots in Canada might be the coolest version of luxury tenting you’ll see out there in the vast wilderness of New Brunswick. Close to Prince Edward Island and Nova Scotia, we could easily see Ridgeback Lodge being a stop on an amazing Canada road trip. Photo Credit: Courtesy of Ridgeback Lodge Inc.

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from The Penny Hoarder

No Credit History? No Problem. Here Are 6 Ways to Build Your Credit From Scratch

Looking for some extra cash? Look no further than the digital photos on your hard drive. Turn those photos into cash by selling them on microstock websites.

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Royal 22nd Regiment, Citadelle, Quebec Credit: Canada: Dept. of National Defence / Library and Archives Canada / Restrictions on use: NIL

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Acquaint students with federal, provincial/territorial, and municipal governments which govern Canada, as well as the various responsibilities and government officials of each level. This 2 page resource includes a chart for students to record their research about the names of the officials and their local representatives for each level.

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Robert Cavelier de La Salle, an early French explorer of Eastern Canada and Eastern United States, especially along the Mississippi River. In the US history books, he is considered "the greatest of the French explorers in North America"

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