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    stories of ordinary Canadian citizens (Friesen). Print capitalism, the third epoch, occurred during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries and was the time of several technological innovations – the telegraph, railway, the daily newspaper, sound recordings, the photograph, radio, and film (Friesen 108). The print capitalism era, told through the stories and experience of Phyllis Knight and Elizabeth Goudie, explores the shaping and understanding of time and space for the average Canadian worker…

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    In the first painting, The Descent of Christ into Limbo, the artist uses his/her ability to create a lot of space within one painting. The painting is not symmetrical but is very complex. The artist desired to show the viewers his/her talents by creating different stories. In order to do this, the artist generates the feeling of looking out of a window which…

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    Discipline is an intellectual virtue that drives me to improve myself every day. My discipline is composed of parts work ethic, determination, and foresight. My discipline was created within me for several reasons, my grandfather’s death, the work ethic gifted to me from my father and football, and an unwavering will to make a difference within the world. The reason I will help people was made when I lost my innocence. My family had to take care of my grandmother who was dying of ovarian cancer.…

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    the space immediately in front of a house where many non-intimate household chores are performed. In addition, the Kaguru build simple, unwalled shelters in their fields where they stay while guarding crops from wild foragers and where they can cook and shade themselves during a day of cultivating. (The Beidelman article) The Kaguru’s four basic rites of passage are those related to birth, initiation, marriage and death. The various people involved are controlled in relation to domestic space.…

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    Stanley's Mistakes

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    I couldn't believe how fast I could dig holes without complaining about My hands and arms hurting. My connection to this is I used to not be used to putting on my hands like I am should the more I practiced and now i am used to it. Stanley was weak but in result of digging, he became stronger. Stanley went from being weak to being strong. As he dug his 10th hole or so his hands didn´t hurt anymore. This proves he is stronger because his first few holes his hands started to hurt after…

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    Between being the 152nd human to visit space and being the representative for his electoral district for over 5 years, Marc Garneau has had a decorated life. Two dates were extremely important in Marc Garneau’s life: October 5th 1984 and October 19th 2007. The first, the day he went into space onboard of the American space shuttle Challenger and the second, the day he became the official candidate for the Canadian Liberal Party in the district of Westmount—Ville-Marie. Mr. Garneau once stated…

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    Inequalities have existed in Canada persistently and still exist today. Major examples of inequalities in Canadian history is the treatment of First Nations people and the treatment of Chinese-Canadians. These are only a couple of the millions of examples of discrimination in Canada. Unfortunately, Canadians have not always been the kind and accepting people that others view us as. Canadians have a dark past that we should all be personally ashamed and humiliated of. First Nations people of…

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    Immigrate To Canada

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    played a significant role in Canadian history in the period of 1914-1929. There were many examples of how immigrants of Chinese descent were excluded from society in this time period. One way that they were excluded and relegated to a dark sector of society was the Chinese head tax. Up until 1923, the Chinese head tax was being enforced and meant that Chinese immigrants would be paying $500 per person to immigrate to Canada. The Chinese head Tax was an attempt by the Canadian government to…

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    only offering a permanent home to a mere 1% of the total number of new refugees forced to flee their countries in 2014 (Canadian Counsel for Refugees, 2015).…

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    This place means a lot to me, because I been there most of my life. I spent a lot of my life there for practice, games, and other things the held there. This place was like home to me. It was very special to me because I was the best student academically, but I always knew I was one of the best or the best every time I went to the field. That why I think it meant so much to me. My favorite place is my high school football field and track. I remember going to the field after school and being…

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