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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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    Euthanasia In Canada

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    important matter that needs to be examined carefully as it relates to the value of people’s lives. The legalization of the practice of euthanasia has many negative affects as it goes against many doctors’ beliefs, degrades the value of human life that Canadian law protects, and will possibly be abused by both doctors and patients. The legalization of euthanasia would however…

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    Maclean's Argument Essay

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    presented when a group of Muslim petitioners commenced protesting the Canadian magazine giant, Maclean’s, as well as a particular column written by famous author, Mark Steyn, due to the Islamophobic rhetoric within (The Agenda with Steve Paikin). Furthermore, both parties by coincidence were being interviewed by Steve Paiken on TVO’s,…

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    think the Canadian Constitution is very historically significant for Canada and our people, as it marks Canada’s first official statement and verification as a fully independent nation, finally fully separated and not depending on any other country to thrive. This constitution furthering that by enabling Canada the power to have its own thriving government to pass their own laws, as opposed to passing them onto Britain for approval. This also set the citizen of Canada’s rights and freedoms also…

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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 exists when people accept and encourage many cultures to thrive in a society. Multiculturalism in Canada is the recognition that Canadians share equal rights and responsibilities. Canada is a place where people with diverse cultural backgrounds is entitled to practice their faith and traditions freely and take pride in their heritage. Some define Canada as a "cultural mosaic" which means a blend of multiple cultures in one society, organization or nation. . But, there are…

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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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    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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    Freedom of expression, set under section 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, is one of Canada’s most valued rights in the bill of rights of the Constitution. It is has paved the way for the society in which thirty-five million people reside today. With this level of influence and admiration, it is truly a fundamental right. However, many ground-breaking cases have illustrated the need to limit freedom of expression. A prime example is the landmark case that took place in 1990…

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    did to make him a great prime minister of Canada is that he gave Canada the title of being peacekeepers. During the Suez Crisis on October 1956, Britain and France were about to be at war with Egypt. Lester B Pearson did not want this, so he sent Canadians to be…

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