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    Canada

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    Canada is an extremely important and underrated country in all aspects of its existence. Peaceful‚ stable‚ and an amazing place to spend your life. What more do you want from a country? There are several things about Canada that most people do not know and would be surprised to find out. First of all Canada has an extremely diverse culture with many French and Arabic citizens. The english language is largely dominate because 90% of Canada’s population lives within 100 miles of the United States-Canada

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    Canada: Top Festivals And Events Canada is festival HQ. Across the length and breadth of the country‚ if there is an opportunity for a festival or an event‚ you can count on a city‚ town or village to arrange one. Festivals range from the internationally acclaimed Montreal Jazz Festival in Quebec to the lesser known Moose Jaw Kinsmen International Band & Choral Festival in Saskatchewan... and everything in between. The change of seasons‚ rural fairs‚ agricultural displays‚ rodeos‚ comedy festivals

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    Multiculturalism In Canada

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    this would come from the Quebec Act of 1774 which recognized the French language‚ Roman Catholic faith‚ and the French civil law in Quebec . However‚ Aboriginal peoples did not enjoy the same rights. What helped settle the West and build the trans-Canada railway‚ were our immigrants; but we can’t ignore the fact that they were subjected to prejudicial treatment. Unfortunately‚ diversity issues will continue to be a situation

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    Refugees in Canada

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    applications for asylum were made by paper‚ and there was no possibility for an oral hearing. In 1985‚ however‚ the Supreme Court of Canada decided that not allowing applicants an oral hearing violated the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Upon introduction of oral hearings as part of the claim process there was a subsequent increase in the amount of refugees admitted to Canada. While in 1981 there were approximately 14‚000 refugees admitted out of a total of approximately 129‚000 immigrants‚ in 1986

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    Globalization in Canada

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    Globalization in Canada Canada is considered to be one of the biggest countries worldwide‚ yet as far as it gets from other countries‚ globalization seems to have a strong impact on the people regardless of what it offers from products and/or services from abroad‚ it may seem to have taken some of Canada away to the rest of the world too. Globalization is affecting most of the aspects that control life in Canada‚ from social aspects‚ to economical aspects‚ also reaching to as far as to political

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    Constitution of Canada

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    Which province is the only officially bilingual province? a. New Brunswick.b. Quebec.c. Ontario.d. Prince Edward Island. | Which three countries are signatories to NAFTA? a. Canada‚ the United Kingdom and the United States.b. Canada‚ the United States and Japan.c. Canada‚ Mexico and the United States.d. Canada‚ Denmark and Andorra. | Who are the Métis? a. The distinct aboriginal people of Atlantic Canada.b. A people of mixed Inuit/First Nations ancestry most of whom live on the Prairies

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    Inequality In Canada

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    In this aspect of “equal labour-market return”‚ many immigrants coming into Canada are often educated in very highly level international academic institutions‚ yet they are not considered valid in terms of gaining employment in Canada. In this way‚ the Canadian immigration labor policies do not acknowledge these academic credentials as a barrier to equal employment in Canada. Certainly‚ many of these immigrant come to Canada with the necessary education and skill requirements in the labour force‚ but

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    Atlantic Canada

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    Atlantic Canada - located on the eastern edge of Canada‚ the first entry into the continent was by Europeans. - Its natural resources have been exploited for centuries‚ making it an ’old’ resource hinterland. - Its small and highly dispersed population offers only small markets and few manufacturing opportunities. Distance from the markets of Central Canada has curtailed its trade within Canada and thus dampened its economic development. For that reason‚ its natural resources are exported

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    Multiculturalism in Canada

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    Canada has long been called "The Mosaic"‚ due to the fact that it is made up of a varied mix of races‚ cultures and ethnicities. As more and more immigrants come to Canada searching for a better life‚ the population naturally becomes more diverse. This has‚ in turn‚ spun a great debate over multiculturalism. Some of the issues under fire are the political state ’s policies concerning multiculturalism‚ the attitudes of Canadians around these policies‚ immigration‚ the global market‚ and a central

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    Target Canada

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    Target Canada In less than two years since it opened its doors to the Canadian market‚ Target Canada is closing its doors forever and moving back to its home market. It was 2011 when Target Corporation purchased 220 stores of Canadian discount retail Zellers for $1.8 billion. As Target had such an excellent reputation in the United States‚ Canadian customers had their expectations up in advance of Target’s arrival to the great white north. One of the fundamental issues that Target struggled with

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