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    Canada History Essay

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    History of Canada, The first Inhabitant of Canada were Native Indians and the first settlers though were the Europeans when they discovered the east coast of Canada in 1497, John Macdonald became Canada’s first prime minister, but It wasn’t fully Independent yet. The Capital of Canada Is Ottawa and the Land Area Is 3,511,003 Square, Soverign was Queen Elizabeth II (1952). The Territories of Canada Is Yokan and Nunavut and Northwest Territories, the Provinces Is Alberta, British Colombia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotla, Ontario, Quebec, Prince Edwards Island. Canada Is full of Natural Resources and which are, Iron Ore, Zinc, Nickel, Copper, Gold, Silver, Diamond, Fish, Timber, Coal, Natural Gas, Rare Earth Elements and Canada was colonized…

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    The Wikipedia article that I chose to edit is the article titled Prostitution in Canada (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prostitution_in_Canada). This topic directly relates to my group’s activism campaign because we discussed the stigma against sex workers in Canada and focused primarily on street work/prostitution. The article discusses the background and history of prostitution in Canada, including what is considered prostitution in Canada and the laws surrounding the topic and how they have…

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    The Suffragette Movement; History. Imagine a world where women were constantly discriminated, so far that the government did not consider women as humans under the law. Would you believe me, if that time actually happened? In 1884, women were obligated to vote, but were very limited. But, the married women are unable to vote, and many other women were not able to own land, and they were not considered people under the law, they were property. That is horrendous of anyone to do that. The…

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    Capital Punishment The History of Capital Punishment in Canada British law was predominant in Canada until 1859, in which around 230 infractions, including the stealing of turnips, were punishable by death. Later in 1865, the law changed and only murder, treason and rape were considered capital offences. The first attempt to abolish this unusual punishment was taken in 1914 by parliamentarian Robert Bickerdike, stating strongly in the house "There is nothing, more degrading to society at large…

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    When people are asked to describe Canada, usually the first thing that comes to mind are words like “polite” or “kind.” People tend to forget the way certain people have been or are treated based only the colour of their skin. 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…

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    Becoming A Canadian

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    Why it is great to become a Canadian? Feb 5th, 2016 Cecilia Zhu When the word Canada is present, some of the things show up in people’s mind are the magnificent natural scenery, the famous hockey playing and the cold climate in winter. However, not only these three terms make Canada distinct from the other counties and is considered as one of the greatest countries in the world. Canada has the second largest territory in the world with a long history. The history of Canada covers the period…

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    Great Canadian Selfie

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    As you can see in my selfie, I am smiling, which refers to my answer to the question "Has Canada's history made you proud to be a Canadian?" And that smile means yes, I am proud to be a Canadian, due to Canada having so much effect over the years of the 20th century, which I will point out from my GREAT CANADIAN SELFIE. The first prop is the outfit and the mustache, in which I am supposed to look like an immigrant, who just immigrated to Canada, because of Canada's 1980 immigration act, which…

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    Aboriginal Literature

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    readers’ awareness and understanding of the history, cultures, world views, and contributions of Indigenous peoples in Canada. It enables the readers examine the history, the diversity of cultural, linguistic, racial, and religious of groups of First Nations peoples in Canada, and it exhorts the readers to prepare themselves to live harmoniously in a multicultural society in the interdependent world of the twenty-first century. Key Words: “Indians” “Aboriginal,” “Indigenous” and First Nations”…

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    War Plan Red Summary

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    America and Canada have always been sister countries and have shared friendly borders. During the 19th century this was not the case between the countries. War Plan Red and Blood and Daring: Now Canada Fought The American Civil War and Founded A Nation are two books that examine the boarder relationship between the United States and Canada. War Plan Red written by Kevin Lippert is divided into three parts: Part One: The War of 1812, and Part Two: Border Disputes, Part Three: We’ve Got Your…

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    aspects. When a spotlight is thrown on Australia’s relationships with other countries, many often underestimate Australia’s relationship with Canada. It is one of Australia’s most valuable allies. Ever since the 19th century, both countries have been cooperating with one another and that led to having a great history between the two countries. Furthermore, both countries were both colonized by the United Kingdom. Although, Canada mostly resembles its American counterpart, one can not overlook…

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