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  • How Did Canadian Magazines Protect American Culture

    If I were in the Canadian government any foreign magazine regardless of material that is not produced within the Canadian borders should pay a yearly fee of 10 percent off the proceeds made off magazines for distribution and production of people to read the material. The magazine industry is a business why do they not produce and market their magazines to the U.S there are…

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  • Advantages Of North American Union

    The European Union and North American Free Trade Agreement The European Union (EU) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) are two regional trade agreements that promote the trade of goods, people, and services across borders. Both of these regional trade agreements help their member regions reduce or eliminate trade restrictions, quotas, and tariffs. By implementing regional trade agreements, the member regions can improve their economy and promote trade growth throughout the…

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  • How Did Camp X Impact Canada

    showed the impact it had on canada as a whole, how even before big technology we could create things and become successful, and also helped canada make a difference around the world. Camp - X was a place that was established on December 6, 1941 in Whitby/Oshawa border in Ontario. The camp was designed to link Great Britain and the United States together. If the Japanese attack on the Pearl Harbour never happened then there never would of been a Camp - X. During WWll canada changed for the…

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  • John A. Macdonald: The Role Of Confederation In Canada

    When a country or colony’s economic state or safety is threatened action is required. Confederation was essential to make Canada what it is now. Without Confederation Canada may have been controlled by the US or in a very fragile state. Confederation was was an act in the 1860’s to unite the British North Colonies as one strong independant nation. John A.Macdonald was credited to influence Confederation as he was an Father of Confederation. John A.Macdonald was a Scottish-born Canadian…

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  • Essay On Border Safety

    Have you ever heard or seen those scary border stories? Do you ever watch documentaries or television shows, even the news on the border safety? Over 32% of all inmates in state prisons in the U.S. were under the influence of drugs or caught with possession of drugs. Drug enforcement agencies or DEAs makes over 30,000 arrests each year due to illegal narcotics. Nearly 48,000 people have been killed over the past 5 years in Mexico due to suspected drug-related violence. Also, remember the guilty…

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  • Analysis Of No Country For Lost Kids By P. J Tobia

    coming into the United States from Central America is largely made up of adolescents. I will be using P.J. Tobia’s article, “No Country for Lost Kids,” for context of this particular immigration crisis. In this case there are two main sources of push and pull factors which lead to immigrating: fleeing from violence in their country and family reunification. The article describes the violence these children meet, with the dangers they must overcome to even make it to the U.S. border, all with the…

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  • Derek White Targete Case Study

    March 31, 2016 in Montreal, Canada, NASCAR driver Derek White was arrested for claims of being involved in a major tobacco smuggling ring. The police say that the car driver played a key role in the illegal operation that contributed in bringing more than 2000 tons of tobacco from North Carolina into Canada, which also not paying over $530 million dollars in taxes. The Canadian native is also involved with illegal drugs such as cocaine and other vulgar substances. The U.S Drug Enforcement…

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  • Bill Bryson Character Analysis

    The American Character I am part of the first generation in my family that was born in America. My parents journeyed from Dominican Republic to Lowell twenty-nine years ago and I learned why because of the trip my family and I took to their native home four years ago. The education system isn’t as great as it is in America, real jobs and careers are very difficult to find and maintain, and the law is corrupt and not enforced. My parents came to America because it’s known as the country of…

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  • North American Colonialism Analysis

    Cuban and Puerto Rican nationalists found, by the last half of the 19th century new world powers seized the nation-state model and tried to extend their borders and influence. The United States was an unstable new republic, and whatever was left of the Americas was controlled by the European empires. Imperial extension would not go unchallenged. But, by the 1900, the United States and Canada had enveloped the rest of the North American landmass, and a large portion of Latin America would break…

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  • Ethics Of Refugees

    only the responsibility of European governments to create systems for resettlement because of their proximity to the situation, as Singer points out with the Bengali crisis, but governments around the world including the United States, must cooperate across international borders to solve this massive crisis. Australian, Canadian, and American government must look at the way that countries like Germany are taking charge and resettling large numbers of refugees and follow suit. With more than 59.4…

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