In French class, we watched a movie called “La Grande Séduction”. It is about a very small and under populated French town where the people are all unemployed and unhappy. The movie made me realize that their culture in the movie, Quebec, is so different from Alberta culture. I think anybody would agree that Alberta is definitely a better place to live. In the next few paragraphs I will explain how. In Quebec, the people were all unemployed and poor. They got welfare cheques every two weeks, which isn’t very much money at all. Fishing was an industry for a . . . . . .
If I were to explain a difference maker, I would say it is someone who does something to make a positive impact on the world. For example, Dr. Normal L. Epstein stood up to slavery and torture in Sudan. Ben Heppner encouraged love, as did Kim Phuc. Charles Darwin made a breakthrough in the way science was done. However, there can be difference makers that make a negative impact, like Hitler. But sometimes, a bad difference maker could have some unexpected ways that they impacted the world positively as well. Dr. Norman L. Epstein grew up in a region of . . . . . .