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Pacific Railway

There are many meanings associated with multiculturalism. The simplest of definitions is found in any standard dictionary. The actual word means many cultures, yet there is no universal definition of this concept. I am going to present the meaning that in my judgment is most suitable to the Canadian experience. Multiculturalism is a policy aimed […]

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Federal health-care funding

The Canadian health care system has been a work in progress since its inception. Reforms have been made over the past four decades and will continue in response to changes within medicine and throughout society. However, the basic principles remain the same – universal coverage for medically necessary health care services to be provided on […]

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New York Times

As humanity moved to twenty first century, violence in society has been remained as an unsolved and international problem and yet the blame for this problem has been put on many different ideas, ideologies, beliefs, international and nationwide decisions, laws, people, politicians, policies, traditions, cultures and so on. Even religions and religious beliefs have been […]

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The nation state

“Geography matters because it is specific places that provide the settings for people’s daily lives. It is in these settings that important events happen; and from them that significant changes spread and diffuse. ” (Knox, P. L. and Marston, S. A. (eds) (2001) Places and regions in global context: human geography New Jersey: Prentice Hall […]

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Quality of work

The quality of work for Canadians has been an issue that has maintained importance throughout the last century. The public debate of the issue has swayed in popularity, however, the impacts of the quality of work agenda have had great impact on the Canadian workplace, most especially in the past half-century. In the future, Canadian […]

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Gun control in both Canada and The United States

A study of the historical debate on gun control in both Canada and The United States. ” Part I:Introduction The issue of gun control and violence, both in Canada and the United States, is one that simply will not go away. If history is to be any guide, no matter what the resolution to the […]

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The Management of Grief

The face on the photo is of a boy much like Vinod; the same intelligent eyes, the same thick brows dipping into a V. But this boy’s features, even his cheeks, are puffier, wider, mushier. “When they’ve been in water for a while, love, they look a little heavier. ” The bones under the skin […]

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“Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town” by Stephen Leacock

The paper is a book review of “Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town” by Stephen Leacock, a compilation of short stories about life in Canada “Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town” by Stephen Leacock It takes a certain type of character to see the humour in everyday life. It takes an even greater character to […]

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Summary of Vimy by Pierre Burton

In Pierre Berton’s ‘Vimy’, the reader is taken on an adventure following multiple Canadian soldiers who bravely fought in world war one. It is tough for any author to capture the real horrors of war, but in his non-fiction historical masterpiece, Canadian author and historian, Pierre Berton, does an excellent attempt to do just that. […]

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Bath and Body Works Marketing Strategy

Marketing for Bath and Body Works Bath & Body Works is owned by the Limited Brand Company, who operates the retail stores in the malls all over the world. They offer their customers personal care products, like hand lotions, body soaps, creams and body spray in all kinds of fragrances. They also offer a line […]

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