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Charlie
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Actor Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge pays a surprise visit to Pasteur M’buyi, a volunteer boxing coach he doesn’t know but who, himself, has a little surprise for him.
An inspiring video shot in 2016 that challenges everyone to make a small gesture to change the world.

Founded by Montreal policeman Evens Guercy, the Perseverance boxing club, renamed Les Géants de Montréal, continues its mission in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough.



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Actor Guillaume Lemay-Thivierge pays a surprise visit to Pasteur M’buyi, a volunteer boxing coach he doesn’t know but who, himself, has a little surprise for him. 
An inspiring video shot in 2016 that challenges everyone to make a small gesture to change the world.

Founded by Montreal policeman Evens Guercy, the Perseverance boxing club, renamed Les Géants de Montréal, continues its mission in the Hochelaga-Maisonneuve borough.
 
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Added: 22 weeks, 4 days
From: Charlie
Views: 641
 

Do you find the news too negative? It is time to report more good news! Share this video if you think the news should #PublishThePositive.
 
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Added: 31 weeks, 1 day
From: Charlie
Views: 886
 

Entrevue du fondateur Laurent Imbault à l'émission Montréalités en mars 2016
 
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Added: 77 weeks, 4 days
From: Charlie
Views: 1578
 

This wheelchair lets paraplegics stand
 
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Added: 115 weeks, 23 hours
From: Charlie
Views: 2027
 

It’s easy to think there are more things dividing us than uniting us. But we actually have much more in common with other nationalities than you’d think. If you dare to question who you really are, head to  http://momon.do/Lets.Open.Our.World to WIN your own DNA journey: a DNA kit and the chance to visit every single country you're from!

Let’s Open Our World is an invitation to cross boundaries, embrace our differences and open our world. At momondo we believe that everybody should be able to travel the world, to meet other people, and experience other cultures and religions. Travel opens our minds: when we experience something different, we begin to see things differently. 

To celebrate diversity in the world momondo presents The DNA Journey: a journey into who we are and how we are all connected as a global family. We asked 67 people from all over the world to take a DNA test, and it turns out they have much more in common with other nationalities than they would ever have thought. 

You can help us spread the word by sharing this video, and get a chance to win your very own DNA journey to travel to all the countries found in your DNA from at letsopenourworld.com. 

You can watch more from Aurelie and Jay here:  http://momon.do/DNA.Playlist. Aurelie is in for even more surprises – and it turns out that Jay isn’t just British and German … 

More about our vision:
www.letsopenourworld.com

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The film was shot in Vega, Copenhagen, Denmark, created by &Co and produced and directed by Bacon, Jeppe Rønde.
 
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Added: 115 weeks, 1 day
From: Charlie
Views: 2864
 

The cosmos is infinite and we, on earth, are so unique.
 
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Added: 117 weeks, 5 days
From: Charlie
Views: 936
 

L'École À Pas de Géant est une école privée d'intérêt public. Grâce à des classes de petite taille et à un faible ratio élèves-enseignant, nous proposons à chaque élève un programme hautement personnalisé, intensif, interdisciplinaire et complet.
 
Nous sommes aussi la seule école pour enfants autistes au Québec qui offre des programmes d'intégration scolaire et sociale! 

Nos services sont proposés en français et en anglais aux élèves de 4 à 21 ans.
 
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Added: 118 weeks, 4 days
From: Charlie
Views: 1582
 

In the constellation of Aquarius, at 12 parsecs (about 39 light years) from Earth, lies an ultracool dwarf star. The star 2MASS J23062928-0502285, known as TRAPPIST-1, is much cooler and redder than the Sun and barely larger than Jupiter. Using the TRAPPIST telescope at ESO’s La Silla Observatory, astronomers have discovered three planets orbiting the star. The planets have Earth-like sizes and two orbit just outside the inner edge of the star’s habitable zone, while the third is probably within or beyond the habitable zone. Future studies could reveal the mass and composition of the planets, and thus their ability to host life. 

Credit: 
ESO/IAU and Sky & Telescope/M. Kornmesser/N. Risinger
Temperate Earth-sized planets transiting a nearby ultracool dwarf starMichaël Gillon, Emmanuël Jehin, Susan M. Lederer, Laetitia Delrez, Julien de Wit, Artem Burdanov, Valérie Van Grootel, Adam J. Burgasser, Amaury H. M. J. Triaud, Cyrielle Opitom, Brice-Olivier Demory, Devendra K. Sahu, Daniella Bardalez Gagliuffi, Pierre Magain & Didier Queloz
Nature doi:10.1038/nature17448
 
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Added: 120 weeks, 16 hours
From: Charlie
Views: 673
 


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