Centennial Regional High in Greenfield Park, Quebec is proud to continue with the Cyberspace Scavenger Hunt. We are proud, too, to announce the "grand opening"of our home page that can be found at http://www.infobahnos.com/~crhs. This message is repeated in our homepage.
The Internet is the "largest library" in our world, and we, as teachers should be teaching students how to use this research facility. Our research staff have scanned the Web looking for appealing and varied questions for your and your students. Each week, a different question will be posted, a question that will challenge student's research skills on the net.
You are free to use any Internet resource available to you.
When you have found the answer to our question,
E-MAIL YOUR ANSWERS DIRECTLY TO ME AT THE ADDRESS BELOW. DO NOT SEND IT TO CM.
Please include with your answer a little bit of information about you and your school.
Melody Williams and class, Wheelersburg High School
However, if some trouble may arise, we would look to the ambassadors from each country to handle any tensions.
Name the American ambassador to Canada, and give me his address and telephone number.
Now, since you're getting so good at finding information on the Net, name the Canadian ambassador to the United States, and give me his address and telephone number.
The Canadian ambassador to the United States is M. Raymond Chrétien. You can reach him at 501 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20001. His phone number is (202) 682-1740 and his fax number is (202) 682-7726.
Send your answers to: email@example.com
Good luck to all the hunters.
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