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    Agricultural Implosion in Southern Ontario In Southern Ontario, a conspicuous dichotomy among densities of agricultural implosion has occurred: southern regions have agglomerated while northern regions have not.  Agricultural implosion refers to the ability to produced more food (or, specifically for this discussion, more agriculture) on less land by way of technology, better farming techniques, et cetera.  Since it cannot be assumed that this dichotomy has arisen randomly, there must be influential

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    government in Ontario has been trying to privatize with some disastrous results and possibly more to come. The Ontario government, lead by Progressive Conservative leader Mike Harris, has been slowly trying to do away with services that are currently administered by the province. The ideology in question, privatization, has been a hallmark of the Common Sense revolution. But so far the Tories have been slow to make a success of it. Attempts to privatize the Liquor Control Board and TV Ontario were put

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    The Ontario Human Rights Commission (OHRC) is an acclaimed organization that prevents discrimination through educating and promoting human rights in Ontario (OHRC, About the Commission). Their goal is for each individual in Ontario be valued; so that everyone can participate and feel they are an important part to the community while being respected and treated with dignity. As well, they make sure each individual take responsibility for the rights of others, so human rights can be achieved by all

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    our hospitals. It is the foundation of any great metropolis- including Toronto. The issue with the infrastructure in Toronto, and the rest of Ontario, is that it has not been significantly developed since the 1950’s. In simpler words, in 2015 we, the Ontario people, are living off the infrastructure build by our grandparents. Over the past 50 years, Ontario seems to have lost the connection between infrastructure and development of community,

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    North land use planning (“LUP”), a joint process between the Aboriginal peoples inhabiting the region and the province of Ontario. S.1 of the Act reads as following: the purpose of the Act is to provide for community based land use planning (“LUP”) in the Far North that supports the environmental, social and economic objectives for land use planning for the peoples of Ontario and is done in a manner that is consistent with the recognition and affirmation of existing Aboriginal and treaty rights

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    The story of the winning goal by Crosby in the 2010 winter Olympics or the story of Henderson’s winning goal in the 1972 summit series were memorable moments where resonance was formed in Canada as we supported and celebrated. Hockey can be shown as a means of solidarity throughout the nation, but is this actually true? Is hockey portraying an ideology of Canada as one nation or are there issues within the so called “Canada’s sport” that we are passionate towards? Hockey can be a very entertaining

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    Ontario Curriculum

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    similarity in both the Ontario Curriculum framework and the Swedish curriculum framework is that both emphasize on the importance of monitoring, assessing and evaluating the quality of the early childhood education program offered to the children to make sure they are developing their skills and gaining knowledge effectively as well as to introduce any changes and modification to better improve the pedagogical approaches used by the educators. We believe that most licensed program in Ontario are already using

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    equalization

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    taxation. Eligibility to receive equalization funding is determined by a      formula measuring each province’s revenue – raising capacity against five –      province standard.” Note: The five provinces are British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec. Equalization is so important that it has been acknowledged within the Constitution: “Parliament and the government of Canada are committed to the principle of      making equalization payments to ensure that provincial governments have

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    Imagine yourself going down the falls in a barrel like school teacher Annie Taylor, 63 years old. First you pick the barrel that you want to go down in then pay for it. Then you make the decision in your head if you even want to try this but all the people around you pressure yourself into doing it. You climb into the barrel and your friend gives you a good bye and a good luck. They secure the barrel and roll you out into the water, you start feel yourself bobbing up and down. All the screaming from

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    Reforestation

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    Reforestation The purpose of this written report is to inform the reader about the concerns and facts involved with reforestation. Reforestation began in Ontario after World War II. What happened was, professional foresters were assigned to an area and became responsible for its well being. Under the Crown Timber Act, long term management was prepared. Then the many steps needed to rebuild a forest began. Included in this report will be information on the effects of cutting and replanting, such

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