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  • From Mexico to Canada

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    According to citizen and immigration Canada statistics, (Immigrating to Canada, 2009), each year, Canada welcomes more than 200,000 new immigrants. It creates a diverse of multiple nationalities. Most immigrants from Europe or their descendants have religious backgrounds which respect universal fraternity. Also the multiculturalism makes Canada a "melting pot" for every member in the "pot". People respect each other and live together peacefully. People with different backgrounds live together peacefully

  • Poverty in Canada Essay

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    Poverty in Canada Sociology 1000: Writing Assignment 11/26/2012 Cassandra Vincent How can there be so many people in poverty? It is all around us even though Canada has made the G20 Richest Nations; they still have one of the highest poverty rates for in the industrialized world. Through reading many articles such as Ann Duffy and Nancy Mandell’s “Poverty in Canada”, others that I have found online, and my own personal experience I have learned the numerous reasons why so many people in

  • Canada's Independence Of Canada

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    Between its establishment and the 1960’s, Canada rarely had any French-speaking people in authoritative or executive positions, and that led Quebecers to fear the loss of their language and culture. As time approached the 1960’s, the Francophone population grew discontent and ready for change, and a debate over Quebec’s future began, and is still going on today. Much has happened to make the notion of Quebec’s sovereignty highly controversial, and as an issue, it is overlooked and under-acknowledged

  • Canada Is A Multiculturalism Country

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    We always say Canada is a multiculturalism country. However, what is multiculturalism? A country that is full of people with different cultural backgrounds and different races living together in peace. Canada is a multicultural society, so an increasing number of immigrants came to Canada, mostly from African, Asian, and Caribbean countries. But in Canadian history of multiculturalism has started with xenophobic approach to immigrants. In the beginning of 20th century, immigrants could not be recognized

  • The Supreme Court Of Canada

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    influential ways in determining whether something is considered to be “constitutional” in many developed countries around the world, including Canada. Within this country, the Supreme Court is the highest Court of Appeal that both territories and provinces can bring court cases to, making it extremely important in the way the country functions (The Supreme Court of Canada, 2016). Within this country, the way the judges are chosen is something that has recently come into consideration under the Trudeau government

  • Causes Of Homelessness In Canada

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    b) Lack of supply- Along with the presence of higher demand in the housing market of the country already, the lack of supply of affordable housing in Canada has aggravated the crisis even more. Due to the presence of excess demand in the market, the quantities of housing, especially the private sector profit-maximizing ones have increased the price of their housing facilities, which in turn has contributed significantly to the already existing problems of homelessness in the country. c) Increase

  • The Importance Of Multiculturalism In Canada

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    The multicultural melting pot, as Canada has so avidly been called may not be as melded together as the leaders would like us to believe. Even though the Canadian government is actively pursuing multicultural acceptance, racist ideologies still prevail amongst the general population. The strained relationship with First Nations peoples is beginning to be redeemed through the Truth and Reconciliation Commission and there have been bills passed through the federal government that are attempting to

  • British Influence On Canada

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    Division in Canada was deep: Nationalists battled imperialists, and French Canadians were at odds with Anglophones. The theoretical debate was quickly halted by the outbreak of World War I, and forced into a practical test. While Canadian land forces famously punched

  • Air Canada Essay

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    Transport, the Government of Canada is wholly responsible for the commercial air transportation that includes maintenance standards, policy, ground, operations standards, and safety and navigation facilities. The Canadian Transportation Agency independently acts as a quasi-judicial tribunal that resolves disputes that relate to the consumer and the business. As an economic regulator, the agency also determines, licenses, permits and issue air transport related authorities. NAV Canada, non-share Capital Corporation

  • The American Influences On Canada

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    Culminating Essay- American Influences on Canada After the passing of the Statute of Westminster in 1931, Canada and the other British Dominions gained much independence from Great Britain. For Canada, this newfound independence eventually led to a less dependent relationship with Britain and a stronger relationship with the United States. The United States, partly due to its close geographical proximity to Canada, has influenced and shaped many Canadian cultural and societal components, such as