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Tag Archives: economics

Mud Slinging Takes Over Civic Mirror Country

Hexaslovakian, a country under the leadership of instructor Ben Boucher at Bluevale Collegiate Institute in Waterloo, Ontario, Member of Parliament Jon began his morning on Tuesday November 2, 2010 bright and early with this post: Benjamin, I feel that the … Continue reading

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Civic Mirror Country Discuss Country Scarcities

Dodojota instructor, Ms. Fruend, begun the day on Tuesday October, 12 with this question: After our open market, there were definitely some obvious imbalances between citizens of Dodojota. Do you think this is something people just have to accept or … Continue reading

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Civic Mirror Country Paltopia PROP to Ramp Up Policies

Monday October 4, citizens of Civic Mirror country Paltopia, a 10th grade Civics class from Brampt, Ontario, lead by instructorMs. Rebecca Cook at Turner Fenton Secondary, awoke to an announcement from Citizen Natassya: “…we’ve realized we needed to make a … Continue reading

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Civic Mirror Country Continues Economic Debate

On Tuesday May 11, The Civic Mirror Trenches posted an article about Ze Empire!’s,a grade 11 Civics class lead by instructor Paul Chafee at Heritage Woods Secondary School in Port Moody, BC, economic hardships.  Citizen Jason.K felt cheated when the … Continue reading

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Innovative Legislation from Civic Mirror Country NFPC

It can be difficult for citizens to make money within The CM game.  What do you do if you do not own a hex that can either be rented or can produce something you can sell?  The citizens from NFPC … Continue reading

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Homes for the Homeless in one Civic Mirror Country

Myfriendistans, a Civics 11 class from Langley Secondary School in Langley, British Columbia lead by instructor Charles McGill, are finding that there is a large difference between what is idealistic in thier society and what can actually be easily organized and accomplished.  … Continue reading

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Introducing the New Civic Mirror Trenches Writer

I’m proud to introduce to the world, the new CM Trenches researcher and writer, Sarah Connor.   Hello all Civic Mirror players and instructors!  I am a Social Studies/History teacher from Washington State and yes, I can fight robots from the future.  … Continue reading

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More Headlines from NYC High School

The political plot-lines and economic action just keeps churning out of the three Grade 12 economics classes from the Urban Assembly School of Design and Construction in Manhattan, New York, that are using The Civic Mirror. Below Mr. Matt Anderson … Continue reading

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Big News in UASDC Countries!

Mr. Matt Anderson updates us on the Civic Mirror news, live from three Grade 12 economics classes at The Urban Assembly School for Design and Construction in New York City. EXTRA, EXTRA! Read All About It – End of Year … Continue reading

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