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    Pornography and Feminism

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    is to prohibit the sale of skin magazines in corner stores. Men are not put into the same portion, and there in lies the discrimination. When speaking of pornography in action, X- rated videos are the first thing that comes to mind. A shop in downtown Toronto that sells dirty movies and frightening looking sex toys has Ultra Great Sex tapes for less than $25.30. One scene contains two men performing simultaneous anal and vaginal intercourse on one women. The obscenity law found in subsection 8 of

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    Education Roles

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    Education Roles Emerging from an extended period of ideological hostility between stubbornly-defined cold war blocs, we enter an era of strident nationalism and ethnic conflict. We observe conflicts of ethnic differences and historic disagreements, now fueled by the frustration of failed economic systems and faltering political regimes. Feelings of unity often arise out of a sense of shared experiences and common goals. In Canada, however, and in many other countries, people have been driven

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    The TD Centre is a landmark of Toronto. It is one of the most recognizable elements of the downtown core. It has gained this status for two main reasons. The first one concerns its historical significance: the complex was one of the first of many skyscrapers built in the international style. The second reason is personified by the individual behind the planning and realization of the project: Mies van der Rohe. The building was the last high-rise the world-famous modernist created and therefore it

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    Moxy Fruvous

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    Moxy Fruvous From their earliest gigs as buskers (street performers) in downtown Toronto, the Canadian pop band Moxy Fruvous has attracted attention with an energetic blend of tight harmonies and witty social commentary (Bush). The band’s first album, 1994’s Bargainville, highlights both these qualities, casting a skewed glance at topics ranging from video stores to the Gulf War. One of the disc’s highlights, “Darlington Darling,” examines blue-collar love and tells a tale of frustration, both

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    Positive and negative aspects of living in Toronto Or Whether it is possible for people to migrate to Toronto? Introduction Every day people around the world migrate from one place to another. In this essay I will discuss the pros and cons of migration in Toronto. I will be writing about Toronto, because this city is Canada’s largest city and is North America’s fifth most populous municipality – with a population of 2.7 million people. As you may have guessed in this essay I will describe the positive

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    d. Literature Review According to Lehrer, U., & Wieditz, T. (2009), Toronto saw a massive population growth in a period of thirty years due to the extensive construction of high-rise condominium towers which led to the city being divided into three distinct cities: “city of the rich, the shrinking city of middle-income households, and the growing city of concentrated poverty.” According to the article the division is caused by the development of condominiums as the new form of gentrification which

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    of the Toronto Mayor smoking crack cocaine. This story gained international attention while even drawing on the Mayor for comic relief. American newspaper, The Wall Street Journal, along with Canadian newspapers, The Globe and Mail and Toronto Sun each have a unique target audience whom they are writing for. As a result of the intended audience each newspaper includes diction and style relevant for the target audience. The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) article, “‘Ford Nation’ Sticks by Toronto Mayor

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    News And Newspapers

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    succumb to the corporate needs of the newspaper. The three major newspapers of Toronto (Toronto Sun, Toronto Star and The Globe & Mail) discord in their journalistic techniques for the purpose of selling their produc t. "News is more often made rather than gathered. And it is made on the basis of what the journalist thinks is important or what the journalist thinks the audience thinks is important" (Postman, 14). The Toronto Sun focuses on the audience that yearns for entertainment and adjuts its word

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    Istanbul

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    Toronto is a city that experienced rapid growth and urbanization over the past century; it continues to grow due to the job opportunities and desirable living conditions the city has to offer. The 1950s was a period of rapid population growth for the Toronto metropolitan area, from 1951 to 1961, the population expanded from 1.1 million to 1.8 million (Temby, 2012). More population means there is more pollution from transportation and industries, all in which are negative consequences that emerge

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    The 43 acres in Toronto’s downtown west end that make up the Fort York National Historic site is of huge civic significance in Toronto’s founding landscape. Built in 1793, the site remains Canada’s largest collection of original War of 1812 buildings. But despite it being considered the birthplace of urban Toronto, it isn’t the easiest place to get to. “It is glaringly obvious how difficult it is to find Fort York and it has been like this for years,” explained David O’Hara, Museum Administrator

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