day of October Canada’s 15th prime minister had been born, Known to be a charismatic and controversial figure Pierre Elliott Trudeau had been born into a wealthy family out in Outremont, Montreal. He had studied at many different schools such as the Jesuit Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, Université de Montréal, Harvard, and the London School of Economics. He had married Margaret Trudeau to which he had three sons with, one of them who is currently in 2017 Canada’s Prime minister, Justin Trudeau. Margaret
The Actions of Three Great Men and How They Made Canada Stronger Throughout Canadian history, we experienced many events that made our country both stronger and weaker. At times, we were looked upon as a nation with great potential, great peacekeeping service, and even a nation where its citizens were proud to be Canadian. Although, Canada did show signs of negativity as some of our actions made us look like terrible people and overall others had a “weak” view of the nation. During the 20th century
Aspects of Canadian society such as technology, peacekeeping and immigration gave Canada a distinct identity. Technology distinguished Canada as a developed nation amongst others with advanced transportation, communication and electricity. Peacekeeping is also an essential part in Canada's identity as it displays effort and desire for world peace, which is something many individuals embrace. Lastly, diversity in Canada is recognized worldwide and plays a major role in Canadian identity. Through technology
Historical Background Health care in Canada is delivered through a publicly funded health care system called Medicare, which is a universal coverage, single payer plan for all Canadians and legal residents. This health insurance pays up to 70% of all medicals costs excluding dental, eye care and medications, which is covered by private sectors. The current health care policy is guided by the provisions of the Canada Health Act 1984. Approximately 99% of physicians’ service costs and 90% of hospital
history or from a multitude of other reasons. Despite this, a unique nation usually gains its originality and identity from its people. The way the people interact, live, work, play and have come to exist dictate how others perceive them as a culture. Canada is a provocative country with a divergent population.