In November 2013 the Bill had already passed its second reading and in January 2014 Bill 52 entered its final stages of review. Veronique Hivon, from youth and health protection, told reporters she hopes to see the bill adopted after the assembly resumes on February 11, 2014 (Dougherty, 2014). This article is important because Canadians need to be informed of the changing laws in Canada. Canadians should be provided with information to help them decide their take on the matter, and having knowledge of other countries or states experiences can help a great deal. The article talks about three jurisdictions where euthanasia is already legal; Belgium, Washington and Oregon.
There has been considerable debate recently in Canada over the issue of gun control. The Canadian parliament enacted the Firearms Act to enforce gun control by requiring gun owners to register their firearms. Just recently, the government of Alberta lead in a charge, including five other provinces and numerous pro-gun groups, complaining that the law is unconstitutional and intrudes on provincial jurisdiction. They also claim that the act infringes on property and civil rights that are guaranteed in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Parliament contends that the government of Canada is within its rights to protect public safety.
The various backgrounds, and nationalities which make up Canadian society, provides Canada with sense of diversity which can’t be found anywhere in the world. Canada must remain at the forefront of refugee immigration, changing or eliminating refugee programs will cause a loss of national identity. The government of Canada deals with refugees and immigrants different because they are seen as different cases. They define an immigrant as being a person who chooses to settle permanently in another country and a refugee as ... ... middle of paper ... ...e at a great disadvantage because their current living conditions and inaccessibility to medical care is often the cause of their health problems. If we restrict these individuals from coming to Canada they will most luckily not receive the necessary treatment and die as a result of it.
Gun control has been an issue that plagues not only the United States as a nation, but rather affects the world as a whole. The violence that can be caused by a firearm is inevitable and extremely dissatisfying to many people around the world. Unless you’ve been living your past years without a Internet connection, newspapers, or television, you have probably heard everything when it comes to gun control. Jeffery Goldberg is one of the many who chimed in on the matter to try to add some opinion. After reviewing the works of Goldberg, “The Case for More Guns (and More Gun Control)” , we discovered some key fallacies including false analogy and hasty generalization.
Drug trafficking and drug abuse has long been a frustrating feature of United States and other country around the world. The United Nations Office of Drug Control and Crime Prevention points out that the fight against drug trafficking and drug abuse has met with some successes in recent years to restrain the trade that affect community as a whole (World Drug Report, 2010). The U.S. need to increase security at the borders and that will help eliminate the drugs brought into the country. I believe when you put a plan in place that is well develop it will help eliminate the number of illegal immigrants that traveling back and forth into the United States who want to drug trafficking in our country. We need better security checks at the border that will help eliminate the drugs that brought into our country.
Compare the articles selected for this week 's module with the Razack and Badwall 's (2006) article from Module 1 about Canadian social work. The three articles conceive the concept of social work in a global context. First Razack & Badwall (2006) analyse social work education from two significant facts relevant in the North American context. One is globalization and its implications, as important changes have occurred since 9/11 terrorists attacks. The other fact is anti-oppression dialogue used in education institutions with a minor inspection of structural discrimination.
In order to demonstrate the lack of effectiveness, the economic consequences must first be discussed. Over the years, in attempt to achieve its goal, Canada spent an enormous amount of money towards reducin... ... middle of paper ... ...ot the solution. In order address this issue, everyone needs to be on board and there needs to be a clear, definite plan as to how we will work together to make lower carbon emissions a reality, because it’s possible. Works cited "CBC News In Depth: Kyoto." Cbc.ca, 2007.
However, there were several errors that were made from the beginning of his recruitment, which is the reason why he seeking a resolution to the situation. Chronological Sequence of the events April: Carl recruited 15 new hires to work in the Operations Department. Carl also scheduled Orientation on June 15, which was to be held in the Training Room. This was to ensure tentatively that the new hires would start by the month of July. May 15: Monica Carolls, Operation Supervisor, contacted Carl regarding documents and procedures that was to be completed by all the hires before orientation.
Back to the early 1970s, people from CRTC (Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission) felt anxious and threatened when they became aware of American Cultural imperialism had a big influence on Canadian Cultural Identity which made the latter to diminish. To solve this crisis, CRTC adopted Canadian content rules (CanCon) to govern the percentage of the music with Canadian content should be played from radio stations until now. Theoretically, this regulation could cause Canadian talents to rise and support the Canadian music industry. Also for Canadian artists, they would get more opportunities to let the masses to hear their music. However, from my point of view, CanCon works the opposite way.
It can be argued, however, that such laws are unconstitutional, and violate the rights of Canadian citizens. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms states that every Canadian citizen has the right to “freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communicatio... ... middle of paper ... ... the leader of a white supremacist group known as the “White Nationalist Party of Canada,” and Smith, party secretary, were in charge of publishing and distributing party magazine The Nationalist Reporter. Seized copies of the Nationalist Reporter contained articles with the opinions “that members of minority groups are responsible for increases in the violent crime rate” and that “The best way to end racial strife… is by a separation of the races” (R. v. Andrews). While this “hate literature” could definitely be considered racist and bigoted, at no point does the case summary mention the contents of the magazine calling for acts of violence against any particular group. While the type of views expressed in the Nationalist Reporter and other hate publications are offensive and close-minded, they are simply views, and we as Canadians have no right to not get offended.