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Emerging from the cold : Citizen Canada

Canada is not known, at least not in popular discourse, for its military might. Less than 71,000 active soldiers serve in the country’s armed forces, whose size and strength have been ridiculed over the years by American and Canadian bloggers alike. The United States, by comparison, has about half a million active soldiers in the Army alone and hundreds of thousands more across the other branches. By American standards, Canada’s roughly $20 billion defence budget is miniscule.


On June 22, 2017, the country’s military said that a Canadian Special Operations sniper had shot an Islamic State fighter in Iraq from more than Two miles away, purportedly breaking a world record for the longest confirmed kill shot in history, according to the Globe and Mail.

Emerging from the cold: Citizen Canada is about a First Nations citizen sorting out problems in the world's most displaced communities. Citizen Canada does not wear latex or fly over the parliament. He skirts the northern lights on a snowmobile and is a
fine skier.  Come, join us in our journey to figure out the man who is emerging from the cold: Citizen Canada.


Emerging from the cold: Citizen Canada also embeds a basic dictionary in the comic book called STORIeDD, introducing a linear form of communication. It enables a novel means of learning words from the English dictionary.


Politics

With the world’s political environment in complete distress when it comes to addressing displaced communities in unstable nation states,
​Canada is trying to set  a better example by being cordial and collaborative,
​in striking contrast to our well-meaning neighbour. Emerging from the cold :  Citizen Canada ascribes to this trend.



STORIeDD

Using a methodology called STORIeDD, Emerging from the cold : Citizen Canada is an alternative
​ method of human communication. It uses a linear narrative to achieve some of its goals.

 

Climate

Canada's pledge to commit over $ 2.6 billion towards climate change funding will be responsible for controlling
​ 15 % of climate the change over the next 15 years.


 


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Emerging from the cold: Citizen Canada is developed by a Montreal-based Indian comic book developer, Joseph John and a language expert, R. G. Rao. It uses a completely new methodology of a linear narrative for books called STORIeDD. STORIeDD is a form of dictionary where stories are used to describe words and not the other way around, thus enabling a novel, linear and meaningful narrative. The dictionary thus enabled is in a fledgling format.

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