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    an international scale from the early 1900s to the present day by setting a good example for other countries to follow. Some significant events such as the Battle of Vimy Ridge, the Person’s Case and bringing home the constitution and the charter of rights prove this to be true. There are many battles that could demonstrate Canada fighting for human rights, but the Battle of Vimy Ridge explicitly portrays how important it is. The Battle of Vimy Ridge happened in April 1917 and lasted 3 days (Historica…

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    It was a winter wonderland outside, the whether has been terrible for late November. I made my way to my job and checked the bulletin board to see if the results were up. It has been months and yet nothing has come to conclusion. For the past months, I had sleepless nights, angry moments, and lifeless days. I went into my office and set down my winter coat and gloves. I have been working as a junior news reporter for about 5 years and now it is my time to be promoted to a senior news reporter.…

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    39 Steps Analysis

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    The Camden County Drama Club production, of “39 Steps” took place in 1930s Great Britain. The play follows Richard Hannay throughout the play as he seeks to clear his name, upon being accused for the murder of a young spy named Annabella. During the 2 hour play, there were over 15 characters, all of which were portrayed by a total of 4 actors. The play took on an interesting twist with Clown 1 and Clown 2(Cole) in particular, as they portrayed over 5 characters each. The uproar brought to the…

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    Canadian National Railway Company, also named CN, is a modern combined company that merges many middle and small railroad companies, which is the biggest railway company in Canada and the fifth biggest railway company in the North America. Established in 1919 by the Canadian government, the CN company is the first railroad line that links the coastline of the Atlantic Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It was a state-owned business since its establishment for up to 76 years, and it carried out…

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    As historian George Stanley wrote in The Canadians, "Bonds of steel as well as of sentiment were needed to hold the new Confederation together. Without railways there would be and could possibly be no Canada." Canada's railway network is the fifth largest in the world and railways provide the safest means of ground transportation in Canada. The development of steam-powered railways in the 19th century made transportation better in Canada and was important to the building of a nation. Railways…

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    Monument Contradictions

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    politically or historically. Savage discusses the “transition of the national mall” and several monuments in this piece and the opinions that others have had about them. Savage begins the chapter of “Conscience of a Nation” by discussing the national mall and the rise of memorials being built. With such a large space and a wide platform to broadcast a national message, it would have been a wasted to do nothing with the space, He said “The mall designers had a vast space of national…

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    According to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, we have lost a total of 20,789 officers since 1791 to 2015. The number of deaths have done nothing but increase year per year and now we can put an end to that. Our scientists are making a breakthrough in robotics science that the police force is able to use. According to Jonathan Strickland these robots are very mobile and have a sophisticated audio and visual system. Our police force can use these options any time to communicate…

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    Rattle Watch History

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    The group was tasked with taking down organized crime during an era of prohibition. November 22, 1963, Dallas Police Officer J.D. Tippit is shot and killed by Lee Harvey Oswald after Oswald assassinates President John F. Kennedy. October 15, 1991 The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial is dedicated in Washington, D.C. February 28, 1993 Four Special Agents of the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF) were killed attempting to execute a search warrant at the Branch Davidian…

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    amount of money a month to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund which helps the fund honor America’s law enforcement officers. Central Idea: How often do police deaths happen and how can we help the family members of the Fallen Hero’s. Organization: MONROE’S MOTIVATED SEQUENCE INTRODUCTION I. (Attention-Getter) Imagine that you’re having a normal day just got home from work waiting for your loved one to come home and then the phone rings you answer. It’s a call from the hospital…

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    9/11 Apocalyptic Films Essay

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    Case study 1 Apocalypse and the influence of 9/11 on the apocalyptic movies Apocalypses have always been in people their heads, the thought of the end of the world has been and still is really popular in the film industry. Bendle says “Apocalypses are one of the oldest narrative forms, and they have informed some of the most imaginative and terrifying imagery in cultural history” (Bendle, 2005). In the years before 9/11 the apocalypse movies, books and magazines have been a great and widely…

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