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    Politics In Canada

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    When first considering what politics meant to me personally, I started by looking at definitions of the term. A definition that can be applied to the term politics is the academic study of the government and the state. I feel as though this specific definition closely exemplifies what politics means to me because all of my experiences with politics have all been associated with my recent study of political science here at Lakehead. Based on this definition, the meaning of politics relates to the study of government, how government functions and the effects that it has on the state. This is due to the fact that the only experiences I have in politics have been through the various political science courses I have taken over this past year and…

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    On September 2nd, 1945, the Japanese formally surrendered to the Allies even though they already surrendered on V-J Day. Thus, ending World War II after the Allies finally defeated the Axis Powers completely. Canada played an important role in this war such as taking part in the Battle of the Atlantic, the air war over Germany and contributed many soldiers to help with war campaigns in western Europe. Many Canadians were contributing to the war even if the aren't physically taking part in the…

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    advocacy of political independence from Canada, i.e. nationalism, has been significantly influential in shaping Canadian politics in the past and present. Nationalism has not only heavily influenced culture and politics in Quebec but more importantly has influenced politics in the Canadian nation as a whole. It is safe to say that Nationalism has led to various changes in the constitution, some of which are beneficial and some causing controversial debate. With Quebec putting a great effort and…

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    Jacques Cartier claimed the region of Canada for his country. Although we know this area as Canada today, back then, Cartier called it New France (History). The country of France colonized this area and their culture in a sense rubbed off creating almost a second France. Over the hundreds of years, some things have changed and Canada no longer completely mimics France. It has set itself apart, but has managed to maintain some of its colonizer’s great culture. Both France and Canada have both…

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    Inorganization In Canada

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    remains in negotiations and Canada is planning on taking advantage of the new administrations inorganization. The article mentions has two founders of a company who are from India and were working with H1-B visas had trouble renewing their visas when they expired. Due to the complications or renewing the work visas, the two founders moved their shop to Canada. This does not mean that Silicon Valley will become a ghost town. Salaries in Canada are lower than what the U.S. pays and some…

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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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    Quebec has played a special role in French history of Canada. They spoke French in France, they feel that the way of living in France is still different from the North American mentality in Quebec. However, it doesn't mean that Quebec culture is exactly the different as the rest of Canada. I think it would be dangerous for them to do based on their history, traditionalism and their deep passion to do. Canada is at the reason why Quebec even existed. I think Quebec should not separate. Canada is…

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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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    Steven Harper was born in Toronto on April 30, 1959. Already at high school he got an interest in politics. He joined the Young Liberals Club, and this was the beginning of his politically active life. After high school, he enrolled at the University of Toronto, but dropped out after two months. He moved to Edmonton, where he started to working in the petroleum industry. Harper started at the University of Calgary, where he finished his bachelor’s degree in economics in 1985. His political…

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    integration – the process that covers the North-American continent through which countries cooperate with each other (Cardarelli & Kose, 2004). The public discussion of the role of NAFTA Agreement is heated and ongoing because of the Canada`s importance as U.S. trading partners. Many research produce evidence that NAFTA has a positive effect on the Canada`s economy while others show that this integration results in disappointing employment trends and a decline in Canadian wages (Trefler, 2004;…

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