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    Ghost Light Analysis

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    performance at Theater New Brunswick’s Open Space theater in Fredericton, New Brunswick on Friday November 25th 2016. The one-man show told the story of a boy native from Saint John, New Brunswick. That boy was in fact the actor himself, you were transported in his world through a heartfelt and authentic performance. The play as inspirational as it could be told the audience that it is important to be true to yourself. The story of his his own life was a real “tear jerker” as one could say. An interesting trip that involved not only himself but other characters that shaped his life, one in particular his own mother. Through her impersonations…

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    Revolution, a historical event shaped the foundation of Louisiana history and the formation of a new culture. This was the expansion of world super power nations, which included: France, Britain and Spain in the 17th century, to the discovery of new lands along the Atlantic coast of the North America. In 1604, a few Frenchmen embarked on an expedition to the New World, which was largely unpopulated by the French at the time. Justice Chisholm explains, “When the brave DeMonts with his little…

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    The song that I will be representing is far well to Nova Scotia. Nova scotia, which is Latin for “New Scotland”, is one of three Maritime Provinces in Canada. Nova scotia is the second smallest province in Canada with up to 55,284 square kilometers of land. This land has been a destination for sailors, adventures and settlers all across history, because of there close location to the Atlantic sea and there mid tempeture climate. The song farewell to nova scotia originated in none…

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    Acadia was unmistakably a separate colony of New France, developing their own variant of the French language and traditions. The Acadians were the descendants of the 17th century colonists of Port Royal (present day Annapolis Royal). Tribulations of warfare by the French and British resulted in the tragic Grand Derangement. Expelled because of reasons by the British, dispersed throughout the British settlements, and the effect it had on the Acadian people and the history of Nova Scotia is…

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    Conscription Crisis

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    The year of 1944 led the nation of Canada into despair over the issue of the WW2. The current situation at that times steered people to believe that Conscription was the only solution to the problem. Conscription was the compulsory enrollment in armed forces which had once tore apart the nation of Canada back in 1917. The after math of was that the conscription crisis of 1944 in Canada, which was an unnecessary action that created bitter disputes between the French & English citizens, which…

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    searched about PEI’s language resources, Gaelic’s disappearance on PEI is the first thing that I noticed. According to Shaw’s project “Gaelic in Prince Edward Island: A Culture Remnant” (1987), the last existence proof can be found about Gaelic heritage was in 1987 (Shaw:1987), he does his best to find 33 copies of Gaelic audio tape and 3 videocassette for the PEI people to have the chance to hear the lost language. In Shaw’s case, he blames the loss of Gaelic to the lack of attention it has…

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    Constitution should recognize the francophone population in Quebec as a ‘nation’ with characteristics and needs palpably different from those of other provinces in the Canadian federation. The problem has been tackled on a number of occasions but has yet to be resolved. This paper serves to propose three potential amendment solutions to the constitutional problem of Quebec; these include the prospective bilateral constitutional amendment, … as well as simply rethinking the framework of Canada. …

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    In “The Conquered and the Conqueror: The Mutual Adaptation of the Canadiens and the British in Quebec, 1759-1775”, Donald Fyson gives the reader a view into the political and legal state Canadiens (people from Quebec) were placed in after the conquest of the British. There is almost an idea that these two separate colonies would come together and form a single “distinct society” in Quebec. Although, this is not necessarily the case since much was needed to be done before a society could be…

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    the acadians during the expulsion was not justified for many reasons. Reason 1: When the British first thought of the plan to capture the Acadians many thought it was a very cruel way of capturing them but they did it anyways. So on a sunday morning right after church the English were waiting outside and captured every Acadians except around a thousand. Reason 2: On the boats the conditions were awful and many were confined to small spaces during the trip. Overall the ships were a breeding…

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    Further, it will argue that the aggressive and dismissive treatment of legitimate political question of separation by both the Liberals and Conservatives can only lead to increasing separatist sentiment, and that the NDP have the clearest and most advantageous policy position in response to Québec nationalism. The three major political parties in Canada going into the 2015 election are all Federalist. The Liberals, Conservatives and New Democrats (NDP) all believe in the concept of a Québec…

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