Part 1: Paraphrasing
Article 1: “How newcomer entrepreneurs are making a difference in Atlantic Canada” by Kelly Toughill
Original sentence 1: “Nova Scotia and New Brunswick also have special immigration streams for international students who want to start businesses after they graduate from a local college or university.”
Paraphrase 1: Toughill (2018) suggests that immigrant students who graduate from a local college or university and want to set up their own business can benefit from special immigration programs offered by the provincial governments of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.
Article 2: “Small businesses are struggling to find workers — and the problem isn’t going away any time soon” by Denise Deveau
Original sentence 2: “An office in the heart of downtown can also be a significant draw, as younger workers especially prefer to work in an urban setting. ”
Paraphrase 2: Deveau (2018) claims that young workers can find an office in the centre of downtown appealing as they like to work in the city rather than in rural areas.
Article 3: “Started in the Mailroom” by Jonathan Kay
Original sentence 3: “Our first introduction came when I was writing about that country’s civil war for the National Post, more than a decade ago, and Roy cold-called me to take issue with one of my columns.”
Paraphrase 3: Kay (2019) confirms that he met with Roy over 10 years back when Roy came to challenge him about what he wrote on the National Post regarding Sri Lanka’s civil war.
Part 2: References Page
Deveau, D. (2018, October 17). Small businesses are struggling to find workers – and the problem isn’t going away any time soon. Retrieved June 1, 2019, from https://business.financialpost.com/news/economy/small-businesses-are-struggling -to-find-workers-and-the-problem-isnt-going-away-any-time-soon
Kay, J. (2019, February 19). Started in the Mailroom. Retrieved June 1, 2019, from https://thewalrus.ca/started-in-the-mailroom/
Toughill, K. (2018, May 06). How newcomer entrepreneurs are making a difference in Atlantic Canada. Retrieved June 1, 2019, from https://theconversation.com/how-newcomer-entrepreneurs-are-making-a-differen ce-in-atlantic-canada-95770