• Equalization Provincial Government
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    Introduction The intent of this paper is to explain the equalization program and Atlantic accord. First, what is equalization, why does the program exist, and how is it calculated? Are there problems with today's equalization program? Next, what is the Atlantic accord and generic solution and why has it been an issue in the past six months? What were the offers the federal government gave Newfoundland and what was finally accepted by Newfoundland's provincial government? Finally, what do the fut...
  • A Reformed Canadian Senate
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    That is a question which many generations of Canadians have asked themselves. Many ideas for reform have arisen form this dialogue, but why havent Canadiatopic I came across many rather insightful and humorous quotations that I am going to share with you. 1. Senator Eugene For sey commenting on the 1987 me ech Lake proposal: The transformed Senate will have all the legal powers of the present Senate. Most notably the power to reject, absolutely, any bill whatsoever. But it will have a political...
  • The Canada Act Provincial Constitution Bna
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    The Canada Act By 1980 the constitution was no longer as well suited for the country of Canada. Changes were needed to be made in the constitution which had not been touched over the last 113 years. The Prime Minister wanted to secure a bill of rights in the constitution but also wanted to patriate the BNA Act. This meant to bring the act from British hands into Canadian control. In 1931 an earlier attempt had been made to patriate the BNA Act. At the time British Parliament had just recently p...
  • Recovery Plan Phase Tourism Tourists
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    Introduction Andaman Tourism Recovery Plan 2005 was developed by Tourism Authority of Thailand in order to manage the Crisis of "Tsunami" Tidal Wave, which mainly caused tremendous damages to 6 southern provinces of Thailand, which are Phuket, Phang Nga, Krabi, Ranong, Satun and Trang. This tidal wave not only affected to local people and thousands of tourists, who lost some of their family members and property in this natural disaster, but also many of tourism investors and service providers su...
  • China Public Works
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    Qin Shihuangdi Among one of the first dynasties the Qin dynasty would be the start to revolutionize the world. The Qin dynasty was ruled by Qin Shihuangdi in the late 200 s BCE. In creating the first empire, Qin Shihuangdi divided the land into separate provinces and districts, standardized laws and public works. Qin created a bureaucracy in China by dividing the lands into thirty-six separate provinces, The first emperor divided the country into thirty-six commanderies... (Territorial, Politica...
  • Quebec And Other Provinces Separation
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    To what extent should the Government of Canada allow regions (provinces) to separate from the Country To what extent should the Government of Canada allow regions (provinces) to separate from the Country It would not be very good to Canada as a whole, but it does have some good points in its favor, especially the fact that Quebec is the only province that is seriously acting toward it. It should also be looked at with different viewpoints. It may be better if a province left economically, but th...
  • Canadian Environment Kyoto Protocol
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    In Canada Ontario has decided to join Quebec and Alberta in order to challenge Ottawas to diminish greenhouse-gas emissions according to Kyoto Protocol. This has become another barrier in front of Canadas Prime Minister Jean Chr tiens plans to ratify the agreement by the end of the year. Ottawa has made it almost impossible for other provinces to support the Kyoto Protocol, because of negative consequences that can happen. Implementing Kyoto Protocol is a very risky economic decision, which can ...
  • Cdn Provinces Federalsystem Federal Government
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    The Provinces and the Federal System The three areas of federal and provincial relations where decentralization is made evident are as follows: First and foremost is the Judicial Interpretation. When the first Canadian laws were drawn up in 1867 Canada s final appeal in constitutional decisions was the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in London, England. In section 91 of the 1867 act, in the Peace, Order and Good Government Clause (POGG) all powers in section 92 are left to the federal go...
  • The Failure Of The Meech Lake Accord
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    The Meech Lake Accord was an attempt by Canadian Prime Minister Brian Mulroney to get Quebec to sign the 1982 Constitution. Quebec, led by Premier Robert Bourassa, submitted five demands. The first demand, a formal voice of Quebec in Supreme Court appointments. Second, say on immigration policy toward Quebec. Others demands include: limits to federal spending powers in areas of provincial jurisdiction, veto power on constitutional amendments affecting provinces and most important, the recogniti...
  • Buenos Aires Provinces Independence Region
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    The Spanish Crown embarked on a thorough revamping of its Latin American empire during the eighteenth century. One of its major new measures was the creation of the Viceroyalty de La Plata in 1776. The Viceroyalty was named after the vast R'io de la Plata (River Plate) that empties into the Atlantic Ocean. This region includes the countries of Argentina, Southern Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay. The mining region of Upper Peru (now Bolivia) was incorporated into the new Viceroyalty, and silver fr...