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  • Multiculturalism In Canada
    678 words
    Canada is both a multicultural and multiethnic country where people from diverse parts of the world have chosen to live. With them these immigrants carry their various backgrounds made of many cultures, ethnic origins, values and beliefs. Multiculturalism is a symbol of peaceful integration in and open-minded society. It is formally defined as an educational program recognizing past and present cultural diversity in a society in promoting the equality of all cultural traditions (Teevan and Hewit...
  • Obvious Success Of Cbc Radio
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    Introduction In the words of Prime Minister R.W. Bennett Canadian Broadcasting could be "a great agency for the communication of matters of national concern and the diffusion of national thought and ideas". Does the CBC fulfil the mandate originally set forward by the Aird Commission Does the CBC's current mandate reflect its original purpose How has the CBC coped with the changes brought about by technology Theses are questions that must be answered if the CBC is to preserve Canada's unique cul...
  • Canadian Culture
    347 words
    National, Political, and Cultural. What are we? Where do we belong? All three of these identities are evident in our daily lives, and although we may not be aware of it, they affect our lifestyles in a large way. We as Canadians have great national pride. Walking through Abbott's halls I tried to count the number of Canadian flags on other student's backpacks and ended up losing count. We drink Molson Canadian and worship the dreadful Montreal Canadiens. This is national identity, we do these th...
  • Cultures Korean And Canadian
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    How is ones behavior determined Is it like an animals by genes or physical characteristics. A person's behavior is almost always determined by his / her surrounding environment. Physical characteristics and traits do not determine his / her behavior this is the definition of stereotyping not the root of a person's behavior. When a person adapts to his / her surroundings ie country they are able to live in that area to their best capability and achieve best results rather then not adapting and no...
  • Production And Sales Of Canadian Media
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    American Media Dominating Canadian Culture The possibility of the American media taking over Canadian culture has always been an intimidating issue for Canadians over the past few decades. It has been known that the American model of life is one that is very different from ours and that the americanization of Canada could prove to be a threat of losing our own values and beliefs. The presence of the American media is very tempting for Canadians to forget about our own nations people and their va...
  • 0 Multiculturalism And The Hyphenated Canadian
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    In his article! ^0 Multiculturalism and the hyphenated Canadian! +/-, David Leslie uses many examples and resources to describe the phenomenon and the incurred problems of multiculturalism in Canada, as well as the negative side of hyphenated Canadian. He points out that diversified cultures in Canada are acceptable and unique; however, different ethnic groups are hyphenated (e.g. Indo-Canadian), and by doing so, this also create gaps among different groups. Leslie believes that the Canadian ten...

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