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  • Example Of Inequality In Education
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    Lack of Education leads to Inequality Poverty, as it is identified, in the grossly underdeveloped areas of Africa and other developing world countries cannot be compared in likeness to poverty situations faced by those in Canada and the United States. In these rich countries the poor are characterized as those who have a comparably low level of income, usually measured in the relative approach, one-half the median income whereas poverty as it is faced by those in developing countries is a matter...
  • United Canada
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    Press Conference Speech-2099 Jeremy Colin Newell Hanover College Hanover, Indiana Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the biggest conference since July 4, 1776. I come to you today to inform you of a new relationship we have formed with our neighboring country Canada. Many of you know that experiments of cloning have been becoming more and more elaborate with each year and some of you know that a number of these experiments have been successful. I am here today to tell you that one of our neighborin...
  • Help Of Canada
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    What are some of the major problems faced by 'Third World' Countries today? Who should be held responsible for these problems? Why? What has Canada done to help " Third World Countries'? There has always been a dominant country in the world that sets the economic standard throughout powerful countries. Canada has always been atop rated economic country, usually behind the United State sand other large Commonwealth countries. Starting back in the early to mid 60's, Prime Minister of Canada, Pierr...
  • Faster Total Factor Productivity Growth In Canada
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    Introduction The measure of productivity is extremely important in determining growth performance of a country. After two decades of high productivity growth in the 1950's and 1960's, we observed a significant slowdown of productivity growth following the oil crisis in 1973. The debate on the causes of the worldwide slowdown has turned into a vital concern for economists and policymakers. Several explanations of the slowdown have been suggested, such as the low investment and savings rate, the e...
  • Canada In The Years 1947 1957
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    ... instance: Just before World War II the U.S.A. was buying goods off of us at a rate of $35 per Canadian, we were buying goods off them at $50 per Canadian. The difference comes to $15 per Canadian per year in the American's favour. Our population was 11 million at this time therefore this trade deficit translates into a profit of $165,000,000 in the American's favour, per year, at a $15 trade deficit, with an 11 million population ($15 x 11 mil. = 165 mil. ). 19 In 1947 our trade with the Uni...
  • Foundation For Environmental Protection Programs In Canada
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    The environmental relationship between the United States and Canada has been very consistent and free from any kind of controversy or warfare. Canada has always been an ally to the United States and has had a good relationship in all matters including the environment. It would be very costly for the United States to cut ties with Canada because they are very close to the U.S. and provide many environmental and trade opportunities for them also. The only environmental problems between the U.S. an...
  • Real Rates Of Growth For Canada
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    Executive Summary for Canada Canada is situated above the U.S.A. It is an affluent, high-tech industrial society much like the United States. Canada's market-oriented economics system, pattern production, and high living standards are almost identical to that of the United States. There has been a huge growth since World War 2 in manufacturing, mining, and service sectors that has transformed the country from a large rural economy, into a primarily industrial and urban economy. The real rates of...
  • Secondary School
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    An international comparison of funding & expenditures for education (Canada, France, Japan, united states) I. A Comparison of Educational Systems: A. Curriculum. Duration of teacher training and certification programs. Existence of entrance / exit exams. Ethic homogeneity (90% of entire population from one ethnic group) E. Age for starting school. Average days in a school years. Average minutes of instruction in a school days. Student achievement I. Pupil / teacher ratios. Percent of schools wit...
  • Ways Canada
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    Is Canada going to be swallowed up by the United States? A political cartoon based on Pierre Trudeau's famous quote, 'Living next to you (the United States) is like sleeping with an elephant. No matter how friendly and even tempered is the beast, one is affected by every twist and grunt. ' ; was made. This means when something occurs in the United States, we too are affected. If the United States goes to war, because we belong to N.A.T.O., Canada would support their position. If McDonalds, an Am...
  • Canada's Famous Universal Health Care System
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    The Canadian identity has always been difficult to define. We, as Canadians, have continued to define ourselves by reference to what we are not -American - rather than in terms of our own national history and tradition. Thesis ironic since the United States is continuing to be allowed by Canadians to take over our economy and literally buy our country. Culturally Canada has it sown distinct government and institutions which differ and are better from those in the United States, but economically ...
  • Sifton's Prominent Role In Western Canada's History
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    To: Admirable Judges of the Canadian Wall of Fame. From: Ben Atkins; Representative of Clifford Sifton. The purpose of this letter is to promote Sir Clifford Sifton for the wall of fame and as being one of the significant Canadians ever. No one has changed western Canada's history like this man. Canadian immigration policy in the first decade of the century is associated with no one individual more than Clifford Sifton. Like many of Manitoba's elite, Sifton was born in Upper Canada (Ontario) and...
  • Theme From Hockey Night In Canada
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    Canada is currently experiencing an almost unparalleled boom in its economy. Canada is most active trading partner is the United States, but it has carved fertile in-roads with many of the top trading nations in the world. A significant portion of the Canadian population is employed in business, finance and administrative occupations, areas in which skilled worker immigrants often find employment. Many Canadian businesses meet the demand for information technology workers, and for other skilled ...
  • Canada's Health Insurance Programs
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    The signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1775 severed the Thirteen American colonies not only from Allegiance to the British Crown, but also from its neighboring colonies to the north. Having declared their independence, Americans were then required to win it on the battlefield in what became known as the Revolutionary War. This was a turning point in North American history, for until this time, the two nations, now known as Canada and the United States, had both shared common o...
  • Air Canada And Canadian Airlines
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    The controversy over Canada and America, and who takes after whom has been around for many years. Canada and America are puzzles, two countries that are home to millions of people, living in relative comfort and health. We both have become nations through the help of each other and other nations. Yet, Canada has its own identity as a delightful complexity of cultures and customs, government and heroes. On the other hand, Canadians are simply not Americans by government and technology. Canadas ow...
  • Canada's Exports Of Dairy Products
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    5 May 2003 (03-2596) Original: English CANADA - MEASURES AFFECTING THE IMPORTATION OF MILK AND THE EXPORTATION OF DAIRY PRODUCTS Notification of Mutually Agreed Solution The following communication, dated 9 May 2003, from the Permanent Mission of Canada and the Permanent Mission of the United States to the Chairman of the Dispute Settlement Body, is circulated pursuant to Article 3.6 of the DSU. On 17 January 2003, the WTO Dispute Settlement Body (DSB) adopted the reports of the Panel and Appell...
  • 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...
  • Canada's Economic Performance
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    Canada's economic performance compared to the United States is closely similar. Canada is one of the best nations for its economic performance, it exceeds the amount of effort needed to make the country a better place to live. Although the United States is a more powerful country, economy wise, it can still compare with the United States. A countries economy can perform better through increasing Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and inflation, while at the same time decreasing unemployment in the cou...
  • Etien And Marie Bois Vert Chr
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    Jean Chr " etien As the Prime Minister of Canada, most of Jean Chr " etien's life has been spent in the limelight. He was born in Shawinigan, Quebec, a small town where little English is spoken. Back then no one would have guessed that Chr " etien would one day become the prime minister of this great nation. Chr " etien has been a great leader for Canada. An example of his great leadership skills is when he backed the Canadian citizens for not joining the United States into going to war with Ira...
  • Canada's Trade
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    Canada is a land of peace, freedom, and natural wealth. Since its very beginning, Canada has always been rather vigorously in international trade. For much Canada's early years, international trade strictly controlled by Canada's mother country, Great Britain. The British system of mercantilism was relatively beneficial to Canada and other British colonies. Mercantilism allowed all British colonies including Canada to purchase goods from fellow colonies, thus keeping the wealth within the Britis...
  • Driving Canada Toward Confederation
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    America's Impact On Canadian Confederation Essay, ResearchAmerica's Impact On Canadian Confederation From the years between 1789, when the American Constitution was put into effect, through to l 867, when British North America became the Dominion of Canada, there existed foreign influences which impacted on the formation of Canada as an independent country. The United States of America had a major impact on Canadian Confederation and played an influential role in its formation. American attitude...

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