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    Diversity In Canada

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    to present, the Canadian government is still dealing with a lot of issues in relation to build a unite society, sadly there are still some conditions that influence many ethic groups such the history of Canadian diversity, the freedom charter of rights, cultural difference, different beliefs, crimes relating to psychological concern and infirmity and how diversity affect the policing in our society. This evident through illustrating…

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    Multiculturalism In Canada

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    transformed this country. Canadian domestic legislation has developed the foundation of Canada’s national identity, one that values multiculturalism, human rights, diversity, and the welfare of its citizens. Canada’s trade and economic policy has helped establish Canada’s independency and has given the country a reputation for having good financial practices, establishing Canada as a prosperous country. Canada’s involvement in wars post-World War II, the creation of the Canadian Forces, and…

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    a result of confronting the issues surrounding voting rights, I would like to discuss Aboriginal electoral participation in Canada to represent the impact these organizations confrontations have had on Indigenous communities. It is no surprise that voter turnout among Aboriginal Canadians is lower than among non-Aboriginal Canadians. Upon researching surveys conducted with Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal electors following the last four Canadian federal elections there are reasons for the gap in…

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    The degree the Canadian system meets the needs of its citizens The Canadian system of governance has its flaws like all other systems but it is great. (INTRO) The Canadian system of governance meets the needs of citizens through the protection of minority rights. In the constitution, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms states “Every individual is equal before and under the law”. Meaning that that no matter “race, national or ethnic origin, color, religion, sex, age or mental or…

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    Rights During Divorce

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    Children’s Rights during Divorce Proceedings Divorce is an ordeal that significantly affects the children as it does the parents. As a result of its negative impact, children’s rights during divorce proceedings to help them, their well-being a primary concern. The current divorce rights for involved children consider many aspects to provide families with the superlative remedy. The sole concern of the justice system, in terms of children’s rights during divorce proceedings, is to consider the…

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    between negative and freedom is how much of a role the state effects. Support for negative freedom usually means people want a limited role for the state/government in their lives. A good example and part of the Canadian charter for this freedom would be freedom of speech, thought, and belief. However, positive freedom is the opposite and supporters agree that the state should have a role in a person's life for the sake of the common good and purpose. A good example of positive freedom would be…

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    entrenching a charter by how it violates the principles of democracy. I would like to state that sections one and thirty-three are not sufficient enough to overcome this objection. More specifically, the discussion of my argument will mainly focus on how section one guarantees those rights; however there are reasonable limits in which we citizens cannot overpass. I will also focus my argument on how section thirty-three allows governments and legislatures to overtake the rights and freedoms that…

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    Pros And Cons Of C-51

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    Summary: On Thursday, June 18, 2015 the conservative government of Canada received royal assent for a new piece of anti-terror legislation which will give expanded, controversial, and sweeping powers to Canada’s spy agency; the Canadian Security and Intelligence Service (CSIC). Because of the very radical changes C-51 proposes to the current terror prevention structure in Canada, many have simultaneously criticized and praised it. With opponents stipulating that because of the bill’s vague…

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    Introduction The Canadian Constitution, also known as the supreme law, describe Canada’s process of both codified and uncodified traditions as well as convention. It allows for the division of powers between federal and provincial powers and encompasses the rights and freedoms of all Canadians. The Meech Lake Accord was the first attempt to amend the newly patriated Constitution in order to facilitate changes depicted by the Constitution Act, 1982. The Meech Lake Accord was a set of…

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    Compulsory Labour Case

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    and application in Canadian law. International Labour Organization’s Convention Concerning Forced or Compulsory Labour Per Article 38(1) of the Statue of the International Court of Justice (the ICJ Statue), a declaratory document of sources of international law firmly established in state practice, treaties (or conventions) are one of the main sources of international law. Although international law is generally binding on Canada, treaties that affect the rights or duties of any…

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