The Nuclear Waste Problem

Nuclear energy is one of the cleanest, most efficient, and most available sources of power on earth.

Elon Musk’s Basic Economics

Imagine a $2,000 car… or a $100 laptop… or a $70 iPhone… or imagine any product, ten times cheaper than it was.

How Bill Gates reads books

Bill Gates reads about 50 books a year, which breaks down to about one a week. He told us the four things he does to get the most out of his reading.

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges puts you into an AR lightsaber duel

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges is a recently released augmented reality toy created by Disney and Lenovo, where you can use your phone to fight lightsaber duels and play Holochess.

Google Pixel Buds review

Google’s Pixel Buds get a few of the basics right when it comes to wireless earbuds. Language translation via the Google Translate app is helpful in a pinch, and the Google Assistant experience is genuinely fast and fun. But these $159 earbuds are fussy, from the way that they fit in your ears to the way that they fit in the case. And not everyone will love the open design, which lets lots of outside noise in. The Pixel Buds are Google’s first attempt at making wireless earbuds, and it shows.

Smrt Pathway to Emily Carr University of Art + Design

Students who complete ENG 145 at the Canadian College of English Language have direct entrance into the Emily Carr University without having to write a TOEFL or IELTS exam.

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Liliane’s Experience Working and Studying in Canada

Liliane speaks about her experience at Canadian College of English Language and her plan to study the International Trade Diploma at the Canadian College.

Smrt Pathway to Okanagan College

Students who complete ENG 145 at the Canadian College of English Language have direct entrance into the Okanagan College without having to write a TOEFL or IELTS exam.

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Smrt Pathway to University of Regina

Students who complete ENG 145 at the Canadian College of English Language have direct entrance into the University of Regina without having to write a TOEFL or IELTS exam.

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Why should you read “Macbeth”? – Brendan Pelsue

There’s a play so powerful that an old superstition says its name should never be uttered in a theater.

How Drug Companies Make You Buy More Medicine Than You Need

They make eye drops too big — and make you pay for the waste. This is our first installment in our collaboration with ProPublica.

Dream in English – Canadian College of English Language

Study English at the Canadian College of English Language in Vancouver, Canada.  For more information contact our team.

Should You Eat Every Day?

An intermittent fasting diet is one of the hippest new nutrition and fitness philosophies, based around the idea that going hungry can be good for your health.

Indestructible Coating?!

Used in everything from bullet-proof vests to the walls of the Pentagon, polyurea’s strength comes from its long-chain molecules.

Valentina speaks about her experience studying in Vancouver

Valentina speaks about how she took the Smrt IELTS program at the Canadian College of English Language and how much she loves Vancouver.

Which Way Is Down?

Vsauce host Michael Stevens digs deep into the ever-changing concept of the direction “down,” what causes things to fall, and digs into how masses really, really want to pull towards each other in our universe, thanks to gravitational forces.

This Self-Taught Polish Cosplayer Can Turn Herself Into Literally Anyone

Here’s 50+ Of Her Best Transformations: Link

Why Are You Anxious?

When you’re feeling anxious or stressed, your body releases stress hormones, such as adrenaline and cortisol…

Why Is Your Grandma So Short?

Nutrition during the first few years of life has a huge impact on adult height, and since nutrition has been getting better over time, humanity – including your family – is getting taller.

Hope for Youth Project – Smrt Scholarship Program

In 2012 Smrt and the Canadian College of English Language initiated a scholarship program for 50 students who have lost parents, homes, and livelihoods as a result of the tsunami in Japan. The scholarship was for free tuition (courtesy of CCEL) and free accommodation for up to 3 months.

How many verb tenses are there in English?

How many different verb tenses are there in a language like English? At first, the answer seems obvious — there’s past, present, and future.