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    Toronto is a city with a population of over 2.6milion people, making it the most city in Canada. Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Statistics Canada in 2006 indicated that 49.9% of Toronto's population is foreign-born. Toronto is a racially diverse city. Ruprecht (1990), has provided synopses of the settlement and development of more than 60 different ethnocultural communities in Toronto. According to Sue et al. (1992), race is related to the external appearance of an individual. While discrimination describes unfair behavior or differential treatment on the basis of a group characteristic that results in negative consequences for that group (Dion 2002). There are indications that racial discrimination can manifest…

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    Royal Ontario Museum: Friday Night Live Located in Toronto, Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum features the event “Friday Night Live” (FNL), run by Carrie Martin, vice president of programs, events and commercial services. Martin is responsible for creating a marketing plan that advertises this event in a distinctive, unique and profitable way. The overall increase in competition within the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) has generated concern as to whether the ROM night event can sustain their…

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    the differences and similarities between Hong Kong and Tokyo with respect to cultural orientations, economics configurations, environmental issues, population demographics, and religion as well as socio-political culture. Geographical Locations and Demographic Profiles Hong Kong is an eastern Asia megacity on China’s southern coast. It is geographically encompassed by the South China Sea to the south and by a narrow water body (separating the megacity from the Kowloon Peninsula at the mouth of…

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    Diversity Brampton is a diverse and vibrant city. In Brampton there are approximately of over 600,00 people and is the ninth largest city in Canada, the fourth largest in Ontario and the third largest in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). “It is a multicultural city which consists of 209 distant ethnic backgrounds, and 89 different languages” (Unknown, 2014, p. 15). Immigration is an endless growth of diversification in Brampton. Statics show, in 2011, forty-nine percent of Brampton’s population is…

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    seven Chinatowns in greater Toronto, but the most exciting and vibrant one is by University, Spadina, Queen and College. During the day, fresh and exotic vegetables line the sidewalks around the intersection of Spadina and Dundas, the area’s core while at night, the bright yellow and red lights are reminiscent of Hong Kong. Picturesque, adjacent Kensington Market is of ten associated with Chinatown. The…

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    For this assignment, I have reached Chinatown to assess its form structure and degree of gentrification. The day and time I visited was October 12th, 2015 at 1:00 PM. The main intersection of this dynamic community is located on Dundas Street West and Spadina Avenue. Toronto’s best-known ethnic neighbourhood is Chinatown. There are actually seven Chinatowns in greater Toronto, but the most exciting and vibrant one is between the East-West boundaries of University and Spadina and the North-South…

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    actually seven Chinatowns in greater Toronto, but the most exciting and vibrant one is by University, Spadina, Queen and College. During the day, fresh and exotic vegatables line the sidewalks around the intersection of Spadina and Dundas, the area’s core while at night, the bright yellow and red lights are reminiscent of Hong Kong. Picturesque, adjacent Kensington Market is of ten associated with Chinatown. The…

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    refugee and they seem to be an important part of Canada in many areas such as economy, politics, education, …etc. In recent years, the immigration and refugee bring more bad impacts than before and Canada could be pay more attention to these problems to avoid unnecessary trouble in the future. This discourse focus heavily on what consequences that immigrants and refugee could bring to Canada. This paper explores how they affect on Canada’s population,…

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    The Fulstow Short Story

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    could redeem himself with the useful skill of mending and making boots and shoes for pioneering farmers. Robinson would find in Gosford a rather sparsely inhabited area, partially settled with farms being hewed out of the forest or handed down from United Empire Loyalists. It was also in the throes of the Asiatic cholera brought in from England, and just like Robinson, a stowaway. Many of the farmers were of German descent with only a few from England or Scotland. There was no village nearby of…

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    According to The Canadian Magazine of Immigration, more than half of Filipino immigrants have move to the Greater Toronto Area in Canada. Immigration is a tough process people go through around the world. I will show a practical view on moving to Canada on an Filipino Canadian’s perspective over the years. I have chosen to interview my father’s journey to Canada. I will ask him a set of questions about his life in Toronto. The interview will happen at our home and will consist of him…

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