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The Power of Power: Civic Mirror Country Discussion

The citizens of  Sauga City began discussions about the ownership of their Energy/Industry (E/I) hex early in the morning on June 14, 2010, the property that powers the entire Civic Mirror economy. Sauga City is grade 10 class from Gordon Graydon … 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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Civic Mirror Country Debate Over Healthcare Hex

A governments budget is both difficult to plan and incredibly important.  There are many citizens who depend on a balanced budget to live happier, healthier lives but it is also impossible for a government to pay for absolutely everything.  As … Continue reading

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Civic Mirror Country Eutopia Becoming Less and Less Utopian

Eutopians seem to be growing out of their Utopian existence and into something else entirely. On March 2, 2010 an announcement was published for all of the Eutopia citizens: “This is a message from your Prime Minister: There have been … Continue reading

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Environmental Peril in Civic Mirror Country

Much like other governments from around the world, the citizens of Graceland, a class from Mountlake Terrace High School in Washington State, have realized that their environment can and may be in danger. Although it is important to earn a living … Continue reading

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Civic Mirror Country Declares War!

In what seems to be a Civic Mirror first, the country Dinoland, a Ninth Grade English class from Mountlake Terrace High School has declared war. On Friday Febuary 5, 2010, the Dinoland government made this declaration: “Attention, citizens of Dinoland … Continue reading

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Civic Mirror Country Eden Works to Construct Own Perfect Land

The citizens of Eden, a class from Hudson High School in Hudson, Massachusetts, are working to create laws that will better their country and (hopefully) give some citizens more well being points.  In order to help Edensians write these bills, their … Continue reading

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Citizens of Civic Mirror Country Leafland Explore Budgeting

Every organization must find a way to pay for expenses, the same holds true for countries.  There are a lot of programs and general upkeep that must be financed, and a system has to exist to determine where and how … Continue reading

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Civic Mirror Country Chapan Discusses Poverty, Inevitable?

                                          Poverty effects every country in the world.  Some countries deal with poverty more than others, but it is a problem in some form or another everywhere, the question becomes is it inevitable?  The CM country Chapan, otherwise known as … 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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