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  • Human Rights In Other Countries And Nations
    900 words
    Human Rights Essay Many people and nations around the world are deprived of human rights. The government in the countries or nations usually can not help the people being deprived. Either because the government is too poor to, it is not one of the things the government is looking into, or the government does not know or care. Because of this certain people, or even whole populations are denied human rights and their living conditions and way of life are usually not on the positive side of things...
  • People To The Rest Of Canada
    446 words
    When in life you have something established and something that is dependent in you life, it is hard to survive when it is gone. In Canada the VIA rail line is just that, established and a tradition in Canada. To take something such as this away would in fact devastate many different people. In northern Canada where there are no real roads or other forms of transportation except for the train, it could be devastating for many people. The train helps these people survive. It provides for many all ...
  • Part Of Multiculturalism
    415 words
    Multiculturalism Multiculturalism is a part of any country. There are Jews in Germany, Poles in Ireland, Asians in Canada and so on. I believe multiculturalism is a good idea. It provides a wealth of cultural activities, foods, and different views of life. No one is really a true Canadian besides the native people. Weare all part of a vast society we call Canada. In Canada we pride ourselves inbeing a mosaic, so to speak, unlike the United States where they are a so called melting pot so that if...
  • Different Changes Canada
    708 words
    In the world at this time the economic change was happening at an accelerated speed and this effected Canada. Industrialization started a whole new revolution in Canada. The movement from agricultural habitation to industrial base habitation was beginning. Also in this economic change there was a shift in the growth of industries in the city. People worked in the city but their homes were out in the country, so they had to move to the city. This caused a growth in the number of people living in ...
  • Nonetheless Immigration To And Settlement In Canada
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    INTRODUCTION Many people immigrated to Canada with hopes of a better life and refuge from places and times of uncertainty. People in foreign countries were made aware of Canada and all it supposedly had to offer through channels such as relatives who were already living in Canada and governmental advertising. Information given was not always as accurate as it should have been. Views on the early settlement of Canada varied depending on the person and his or her experiences, for interpretations o...
  • Quebec And Canada
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    Should Quebec Have its Freedom persuasion paper on why Quebec should be free At the end of October in 1995 Canada came close to finally breakingup. Quebecker's took a vote on the 30th on whether or not their provinceshould declare itself an independent nation. Most people and the mediabelieve that the separatists would loose. The people drew these beliefs from asimilar election help in 1980. Although in this recent poll, these scores weretoo close to call. The separatists were defeated by a one ...
  • Hockey In The Small Markets In Canada
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    Canada Hi my name is insert your name and I'll be writing about Canada. Canada is the greatest country in the world and it has been voted the best country in the world to live in for the past 3 years in a row by the United Nations. Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories, the newest territories is Nunavut. Nunavut is the land of the Indians (Natives). The capital of Nunavut is Iqaluit and it is located on Baffin Island. Canada has many professional sports teams in all the major sp...
  • John A Macdonald A Good Role Model
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    John Alexander Macdonald: A Good Role Model? A role model can be looked up upon and imitated. Many would argue that Sir John. Macdonald is not someone of this stature, but I have different opinions about him. By studying some books about him I concluded that this humble man is someone who deserves to be known as a good role model. Here are some reasons to why. It is John A. Macdonald's outstanding qualities that made him a upright leader. He won the hearts of people because he could relate to th...
  • Brain Gain For Canada
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    Brain Drain The topic I have chosen is the "Brain Drain". Is this a brain drain or a brain gain for Canada? Canadians believe it is a brain drain for them. The United States is also losing some of their students to Canada. This is a real issue facing Canadians; they are losing many of their highly educated students each year. "The issue of "brain drain" is a political hot potato in Canada". (Quoted by Wayne Kondo). Many of these students are moving to the United States because they are being pai...
  • Growing Gap Between Rich And Poor People
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    Poor bashing and scapegoating poor people is behaviour that reveals a feature of society in Canada that is becoming more serious a problem every year. Canada has become a place where there are a few extraordinarily wealthy people and a growing number of very poor people, and each year the very few wealthy people control an increasing amount of the country's wealth. Poor people mean they are having very little with which to buy one's basic needs or deficient in something. There are many poor peop...
  • Influence Of The American Culture On Canada
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    During the past decade there have been numerous reports, both official and academic that imply that Canada has finally blossomed into the liberated, independent and admirable nation that it so desired to in the past. Independent meaning, one who is not subject to control by others, but that is not the case with Canada. Although the citizens of Canada believe that Canada is an affluent and soviet nation, it has never actual been independent; instead it has allowed itself to be mocked by other nat...

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