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  • The Montreal Protocol

    The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer 1. Introduction to the international agreement The Montreal Protocol came into effect as a result of the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer. The Convention founded ozone depletion as highly global environmental problem that required international consensus on regulating the use of CFC’s. Two years later, on September 16th 1987, the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer was signed by 24 countries and eventually entered into force on January 1st 1989. The Protocol was created to phase out the production and consumption of ozone depleting substances in order to effectively address the global atmospheric problem of stratospheric ozone…

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  • Ozone Issues In Australia Essay

    (Welsh n.d.) As a result of these harmful impacts, the Montreal Protocol has taken the liberty in phasing out the manufacturing and use of CFC’s, a prime example of evidence-based policy making. This can be seen in Appendix C, Graph 1 (from UNEP Ozone Secretariat) which depicts the deadlines for production and consumption of Ozone depleting substances such as CFCs, Halons, Methyl chloroform, HCFCs, and many more. These organic compounds, CFCs, contain carbon, chlorine, and fluorine, produced…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of The 1976 Olympic Games

    to 2010 an average Olympics costed the host city an average of 3.6 billion dollars, and the numbers have been skyrocketing ever since. A prime example of an immense budget overrun was shown in the 1976 Olympic games held in Montreal. This brings forth the argument: was the great deal of money spent on the 1976 Olympics a waste? Based on the reasonings that will follow, it can be argued that the money spent for hosting the 1976 Montreal Olympic games was not justified because…

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  • Montreal American Settlement

    Several explorers influenced the beginning of Montreal. Jacques Cartier sailed from France looking for a route to Asia in 1535. While exploring the Saint Lawrence River, he discovered a mountain in the middle of an island. He climbed the mountain and could see land for miles around. Thinking he had found the route to Asia, he named the mountain “Mont-Royal”. He kept exploring, and it would not be until the next century that the value of his discovery would be noticed. In 1609, Samuel de…

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  • The Great War: The Stanley Cup (WWI)

    Lord Stanley, the governor general, donates the Stanley Cup as a hockey trophy. 1893- Lord Stanley, the governor general, donates the Stanley Cup as a hockey trophy. Lord Stanley, bought a 7” high and 11” wide silver cup (the Stanley Cup) what had cost 10 guineas. (What is $50) In 1926 the Stanley cup became the national trophy for the national hockey league. He donated the Stanley cup because of that he thought that there should be a challenge cup for the league. The first Stanley cup was…

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  • Case Analysis: Metro Richelieu Inc

    omparative Analysis ISU Part 1 Company: Metro Stock Market Symbol: TSE:MRU 1. Company Background a. The history of Metro dates all the way back to 1947, where local, independent grocery store owners came together. With the intent of making their products more reasonably priced than large dominant retailers, they founded the Magasins Lasalle Stores Itee. 25 years later, in 1972 the concept of a supermarket was created and Marches d’Aliments Metro Itee become one of the first stores to…

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  • A Circus-Cirque Du Soleil

    Soleil (Circus of the Sun). The Cirque du Soleil is an energetic, entertaining and exciting entertainment company that was founded in Quebec, Canada. !!!!!!!From stilts to juggling to fire breathing, the cirque has inspired imagination among its many audiences since the early 1980’s. Originally, in 1984, Cirque du Soleil had a labour force of 73 people but today, employs 5,000 employees worldwide. !!!! The growth of the company is not only seen is the increasing labour force but in the business’…

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  • Summary Of Ramsden's Opinions In Place Of Conclusions

    the archaeological record to provide the answers regarding the past. He highly relies on the archaeological record (ceramic styles, design) to determine information on identity, politics and interrelationships between the St. Lawrence Iroquoians and Huron-Wendat people. Opinions in Place of Conclusions: These are unsupported assertions which Gibbon (2014) suggests are opinions. Therefore, the following are opinions asserted in place of conclusions: ¬ Ramsden (2016:6) suggests that his…

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  • Steam-Powered Railways In Canada

    Railway and the Canadian Pacific Railway, including the privatization of CN in 1995 and the streamlining of operations at CP. Both railways are important carriers of bulk commodities in North America. The development of steam-powered railways in the 19th century revolutionized transportation in Canada and was integral to the act of nation building. By 1844 the promotion of railways called "The Mania" was under way. The railway “Mania” was Creating a demand for fuel, iron and steel, locomotives,…

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  • Play It Fair Program Analysis

    The paper begins by setting the context of Montreal where the Play it Fair program started. Montreal is the second largest metropolitan city in Canada. Based on the latest Statistics Canada survey, there are about 3 824 221 people in the Greater Montreal area. It is one of the most diverse cities in Canada comprising 30% of the population born outside the country and 26 % part of the visible minority. The city of Montreal hosts 75% of Quebec immigrants. 53.6% speak French as their mother tongue,…

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