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    jurisdictional scan examines foreign credential recognition in Australia, as well as in the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia, Canada. The scan will first identify high-level policies towards foreign credential recognition, and then specifically policies for the profession of engineering. The findings will inform strategic directions for the province of Ontario, Canada. The paper has selected Australia, and the provinces of British Columbia (B.C.) and Alberta due its similarities to Canada and the province of Ontario. Both Australia and Canada have a federalist system of government with delegated authority to provincial or state and territorial governments for regulation of trades, profession, and foreign…

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    officially announced as a province of Canada. They are also addressing the problems that the native people, political parties, The government and even the people of other provinces faced problems before the declaration of British Columbia as a province of Canada. Before declaration, the economic conditions of British Columbia fluctuated, sometimes well, sometimes bad. In the beginning the idea of having British Columbia into the "confederation" was not…

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    Quebec History Essay

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    Quebec is one of Canada’s largest and most populated territories and plays a very significant role in french history. Quebec makes up the territory that was founded by early french settlers in the 17th and 18th centuries. Quebec was also referred to as New France. Quebec's official language is French, its government is a constitutional monarchy. Quebec is located in eastern Canada and borders just north of the United States of America. Quebec's total area is 595,391 square miles. It makes up…

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    Mireille Paquet’s article “The Federalization of Immigration and Integration in Canada” published in the Canadian Journal of Political Science issue. 47, September 2014. Speaks about the institutional changes between 1990 - 2010 in the Canadian governments immigration and integration of policies between the federal and provincial government. Paquet is a professor in the social science department at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada and has written many articles regarding immigration. Her…

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    As stated in the article, provinces such as Prince Edward Island and New Brunswick that have fought for years to maintain their strict abortions laws making it difficult for pregnant women to have access to abortion. The anti-abortion sentiments that prevail in western provinces prevent women from freely choosing abortion and restrict women financially, perpetuates inequality and limits their societal roles. As Renzetti mentions in her article, abortion is a procedure that is medically…

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    Globalization In Canada

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    In British Columbia and Newfoundland and Labrador’s their governments and organizations have promoted their provinces for tourism, investment, trade, and in-migration. They both differ in each of these categories, making the two of them unique. British Columbia is greatly affected by sporting events, its vibrant economy, its expansion of global trade and the event of more Canadians moving to British Columbia. Whereas Newfoundland is based on its scenery and nature components, the development of…

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    Shane Koyczan is a Canadian writer and poet that has made many amazing spoken word poems. He was born on May 22nd, 1976 in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories; and is currently a member of the spoken word poem group, Tons of Fun University. After high school Koyczan attended college at Okanagan University, Canada, where he studied creative writing. But, following the suggestion of his writing professor, he began to study poetry instead. Now 41, Shane Koyczan has become an amazing poet,…

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    Sustainable forest management in Canada is supported by laws, regulations and policies; a rigorous forest management planning process; and a science-based approach to decision-making, assessment and planning. Independent third-party certification of sustainable forest practices in Canada’s forests is further evidence of our success in meeting internationally accepted standards for sustainable forest management. Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial governments have long recognized that…

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    Human Migration In Canada

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    Human Migration has long been recognized as an important means of redistributing labor to promote regional growth \citep{krieg1997occupational}. Each year a small fraction of the labor force moves between different provinces in Canada. Numerous studies focus on provincial mobility in Canada. However most of the studies are based on census data and estimation of provincial net migration rate to determine overall gain and loss of a province \citep{bernard2008interprovincial, chen2009inter,…

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    previously, each province is in charge of fracking regulation policies and enforcements. One may wonder if these regulatory systems will ever be addressed by the federal government. Mostly likely not, at least not any time soon. There are existing regulation policies for fracking, however, each industry is in charge of addressing them in the way it's beneficial for them and the province, without having any federal enforcement behind their shoulders. In Canada, there have been major…

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