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    ideal Canadian,” (Pierre Trudeau). Although Canada, as a nation, states that they have certain values that are followed by everyone, it is difficult to live perfectly by them due to human nature and differences. Canada does have core values though, of peace, health care and equality. Peace is a preeminent Canadian value and it is written all over the country’s history. From the beginning of the formation of Canada, people who deem themselves Canadian’s have always shown their value of peace. Since Confederation, the only war has been the Northwest Rebellion. Canada achieved nationhood by peaceful and lawful means. With the exception of 1885, Canadians have fought only in other people’s wars and…

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    Canada is a country known to be a welfare state, with socialized healthcare, unemployment insurance, and parental leave being cornerstones of a Canadian social safety net. However, Canada did not start off as a welfare state. For a long time, Canadian citizens were on their own if they had financial hardships. Welfare policies only began to be created in Canada in the 20th century. Today, Canadian citizens now have access to a wide variety of social security, ensuring that they won’t fall too…

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    Healthcare System in Canada Many praise the Canadian healthcare system for its affordability and accessibility, however it certainly isn’t perfect. One thing I would change about it is the fact that mental healthcare is not at least partially free. These days, more and more people are getting diagnosed with things such as depression and less commonly, disorders like schizophrenia. If you made mental healthcare more appealing, more people would certainly seek help and have a better chance of…

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    First reason I am proud to be Canadian is since Canada has one of the best healthcare system. Canada is one of few countries that provides free healthcare. This means that people are able to get basic treatments despite their personal income and standard of living. Canada’s healthcare is also considered one of the best since it is very accessible meaning that there are many hospitals that are available for people to visit and use. Moreover Canada’s healthcare is efficient since there is a high…

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    The Canadian healthcare system has been developed in a way that provides healthcare equality for Canadian citizens. National healthcare (often referred to as “Medicare” is comprehensive, universal, and accessible for all. Although only 75% of Canadian healthcare is provided by federal, provincial and territorial governments, the system is generally known as a "single payer" system. Healthcare in Canada is governed by Canada Health Act of 1984. The federal government is responsible for funding…

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    Poverty In Canada

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    While Canada has some poverty just like many other countries, Canada is still the best country in which to live in because of its healthcare, wealth in resources and better jobs which leads to better pay. First of all, Canada has a great health care system which supports Canadians. In Canada a person is likely to live around 79 years which is Canadas life expectancy years. Canada was the best out of ten other countries for life expectancy. In Canada, life expectancy increased due to public…

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    Universal healthcare has become a popular system for developed countries around the world. Canada is one of the many nations that has adopted this type of publicly funded healthcare system. Canada receives a lot of attention for their healthcare system, being both praise and also criticism. In Canada, all citizens are covered under the Medicare system, which is not biased toward age or income. Medicare pays for services the government deems necessary, but the services provided do vary in…

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    Canada Cultural Analysis

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    Canada Cultural Assessment Canada is one of the largest countries in the world and contains a population of more than 35 million people. The Atlantic, Pacific, and Artic Ocean meet three of the country’s borders. The fourth being the United States of America. The United States borders Canada on its Alaskan border in the northwestern region of the country and the southern border along the continental United States. Canada has an economic standing that is strongly influenced by its shared…

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    Canada

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    Geography- Canada covers a large portion of the northern area of the North American continent, Also, Canada has an extremely varied landscape. In various locations, it has mountains, including the Rockies, with several that border the Atlantic. In contrast, flat plans make up other areas. The highest point in Canada is Mount Logan which is in the Yukon. Language- Canadians speak a multitude of languages. Canadians speak English and French as their preferred language. English and French, the…

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    Now Canada has embraced the fact that no one group rule over the other, however the United State still has, even though they say they do not, a two tier social system. This social revolves around wealth and that is one of the reason Donald Trump is doing so well in the preliminary elections. It also provokes many rich, white Americans who seem to think that the world revolves around them, and it is those people who are supporting Donald Trump since they believe that he gains power they be able…

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