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    Canada

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    passed Ontarians soon moved westward and took up the dominant roles in the new province, causing the Métis to move further west. All the work the government had put into suppressing the Métis, and later appeasing them, resulted in the expansion of Canada. Although arguably unconventional and unjustly, the government was able to continue its unwritten desire to expand as a means to create national centralization.

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    canada

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    PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION Canada is a country in North America with 10 provinces and 3 territories. The provinces are British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland and Labrador . The territories are the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Capitals of the provinces and territories are listed below: Province or Territory Capital City Alberta Edmonton British Columbia Victoria Manitoba Winnipeg New Brunswick Fredericton

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    Canada

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    Canada Hi my name is insert your name and I’ll be writing about Canada. Canada is the greatest country in the world and it has been voted the best country in the world to live in for the past 3 years in a row by the United Nations. Canada consists of ten provinces and three territories, the newest territories is Nunavut. Nunavut is the land of the Indians (Natives). The capital of Nunavut is Iqaluit and it is located on Baffin Island. Canada has many professional sports teams in all the major sports

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    Canada Canada, is the world's second largest country and it is the largest country in the Western Hemisphere. It comprises all of the North American continent north of the United States, with the exclusion of Alaska, Greenland, and the tiny French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. Its most easterly point is Cape Spear, Newfoundland and its western limit is Mount St. Elias in the Yukon Territory, near the Alaskan border. The southernmost point is Middle Island, in Lake Erie and the northern

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    Canada

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    Canada This ISP is is about my views on the Canadian Constitution and what I think needs to be changed in it. Some topics I have chose to discus, which I think need to be changed ar ones such as the notwithstanding claws and it's disadvantages, as well as the discanct society claws and it's disadvantages as well as what effects it has on the Canadian socity. I will also discuis the effects and disadvantages of what the appontiment of the suprem court judges. The supreme court of Canada

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    Mullticulturalism in Canada

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    Canada is renowned world wide for being a multi-cultural mosaic of people. The entire nation is built on centuries of immigration. In the world spotlight Canada is seen as a nation of peacekeepers, smiling faces, and immigration welcomers. Immigration changes more than just the amount of people in the country, it influences many different facets of the Canadian lifestyle, everything from education, to economics is altered in some way by bringing in new people. The changes that arise from immigration

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    The Monarchy in Canada

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    (like a royal family etc.). Canada was a part of the British Monarchy when it was still around and unfortunately is still a part of the monarchy system that remains in Britain today. In 1867 the British North America Act was established and formed the Dominion of Canada by Queen Victoria. Since then Canada has grown to have its own customs and traditions but Britain’s crown is unitary throughout all jurisdictions in Canada. Queen Elizabeth the second is the sovereign of Canada she is the head of state;

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    Canada A Peacekeeper

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    Was Canada a warrior or a peacekeeper during the Post War Period? Canada is a member of UN which is an international organization that maintains peace around the world. Although, Canada has played a role as warrior in some cases, such as in the War in Afghanistan, but we’ve mostly played our roles in wars as a peacekeeper. The Rwandan Genocide is a prime example because Canada tried to help stop the bloodshed between the Hutus and the Tutsis. In the Bosnian War Canada and the UN created camps to

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    When the topic of Canada comes up among peoples, immediately the thought of ice hockey, the Mounted Police, and beavers comes to mind. In fact, Canada has truly lost its true identity that we once knew. It is slowly being assimilated and in fact 'Americanized'; in aspects of social identity, national identity, and cultural identity. First, Canada is being slowly 'Americanized'; in its social identity. When we talk about a country's social identity, we examine a few areas. First is the media, which

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    The Arts in Canada

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    detailed history of cultural policies. 2. the old order We begin with the British connection, which for many generations was strong indeed (I follow Bliss 2003a). Great Britain gave birth to British North America and later (1867) the Dominion of Canada. We gained our independence from Britain in 1931, when Parliament in Great Britain passed the Statute of Westminster, clarifying the powers of the dominion governments; at Canada's request, the British Parliament retained the power to amend the BNA

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