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  • In Plain English Let's Make It Official

    In his essay "In Plain English: Let's Make It Official," Charles Krauthammer mentions English being the key to unifying a multicultural society like the United States. There is no doubt that the United States is a nation composed of immigrants from all over the world. However, it is not a nation composed of immigrants trying to ostracize themselves to create their own territory. We are a melting pot of many linguistic, cultural, and ethnic groups that are constantly interacting and coming…

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  • Iroquois Culture

    The Iroquois or the Haudenosaunee were from upstate New York and southern Ontario. The five Iroquois nations warred against themselves and the Algonquin for a long time. Two men called Deganawida and Hiawatha helped bring the five nations to peace. Despite this peace, the Iroquois still quarreled with the Algonquin. After the confederation, the Iroquois became one of the greatest powers on the continent. Agriculture was their main source of food (iroquoisdemocracy.pdx.edu). The Iroquois were not…

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  • Pierre Trudeau: The Canadian Federal System

    accountable for voicing citizens. The three points that I will mention in this essay are Legislative branch, judicial branch, and the legislative branch. The federal legislative branch of Canada effectively governed Canada because it makes the laws of the country. This branch is known as the Parliament of Canada and…

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  • Hockey Nation Research Paper

    help of an other nation, like in the case of the Hockey Nation, and the Canadian nation. Without the other, these nations wouldn't have grown to be the nations we know today. Hockey needed the resources, the people, the money and the technology that Canada offered for its nation to even start growing. With the country and its nation to back it up, Hockey was able to form a nation that even to this day keeps growing. On the other hand, Canada’s nation, sense of community and unity wouldn't have…

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  • Taiga Research Paper

    characteristics, and soil. Others are about the plants, and animals. Then it will be about the food chain. Last it will be some interesting facts about the taiga. Where the locations of the taiga are. It is near Norther American. A different place it is in Canada. It is stretchs along Alaska. Also a location it is at is Russia, and the Northern Hemisphere. The taigas characteristics, and soil. The taiga is also known as the boreal forest. It mostly has short wet summers, summers tempter is…

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  • Abolishing Senate In Canada Essay

    It’s time to change! Canada is a great developed country without a long history, but its culture is rich and various, beautiful scenery, people live with happiness and content, perfect social welfare and so on. But there are still some problems exist in the country, one of them is about should the senate still working as a decision-making place or it should be abolished. First, let’s go over why the old people set the senate. The senate has been found since 1862-the BNA act. That’s was also the…

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  • Ww2 In Canada Essay

    The World War Two(WW2) period in Canada was not a pleasant time to live in Canada or any part of the world for that matter because most people would not like to live in or through a war. This was a period of sadness and loss in Canada because of the many deaths and injuries Canadians had to face, not only that but having food rations and their families split apart. Overall, the WW2 period in Canada led to a more weaker and more divided country. This can be seen through the following three…

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  • Understanding The Boat People Analysis

    A critique of “Understanding the “Boat People,” by Nooria Moray who was once a refugee and; She is clinician by professional and currently holding a senior clinical position at the Sydney Service for the Treatment and Rehabilitation of Torture and Trauma Survivors. The author has work experience in working with refugees in the Australia and overseas. The article addressed the misconceptions of the ‘boat people’ by some Australian political leaders and local citizens. The issue of the ‘boat…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Donald Trump

    "Trump clearly is very much an isolationist when it comes to trade, which obviously is the most important issue we have with the U.S," said Donald Abelson, a political science professor at Western University and director of The Canada-U.S. Institute. "If you do buy into the bravado and do buy into the policy pronouncements, it's all going to be about 'America first' and everyone else second and what kind of ripple effect does that have on us." A Trump presidency "would certainly have a huge…

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  • The Happiest Refugee Essay

    As of December 2014, there were over fifty-nine million forcibly displaced people around the globe. Over nineteen million were classified as refugees. A refugee is described as a person who has been forced to leave their country in order to escape war, persecution, or natural disaster. Refugees are often undeservingly forced to face problematic disasters and challenges in their quest for a better life. Fortunately, most of these people gain qualities such as courage, bravery and compassion on…

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