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    The Benefits of Environmentally Responsible Residential Housing Beginning in the 1960s, our society has become increasingly aware of mankind’s negative impact on the earth. We have heard more about topics such as pollution, water contamination, Acid Rain, and Global Warming. All of these environmental concerns have displayed a need for more environmentally sensitive development. Environmentally responsible residential development is defined by Brewster as, "the production of building and communities

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    Case Study: Residential Schools Examining the residential school system in Canada between the 1870s and 1996 exposes numerous human rights and civil liberties violations of individuals by the government. This case study involves both de jure discrimination and de facto discrimination experienced by Aboriginals based on their culture. The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms specifically protects Aboriginal rights under section 25 and section 15 declares that, “Every individual is equal before

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    The apology is discusses how residential schools were “a sad chapter in our history.” It mentions what happened within the schools such as being “inadequately fed, clothed and housed.” Officials in the Indian Affairs took advantage of the malnutrition in residential schools and “allowed scientific and medical researchers the opportunity to enlist children as test subjects for food supplements and vitamins.” Throughout the speech, Harper spoke as this was a mistake when he should have identified

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    (Lord of tigers) which used to attract a load to tourists to this tiny village, but now the sole reason to visit Wagholi have changed, from temples to business and technology. In recent times, Wagholi is increasing gaining momentum as a popular residential hub in Pune, as more and more people are looking it as their end solution to finding a home, owning to the reason that it is very close to IT corridor. Connectivity and transport A number of factors contribute in favour of Wagholi. The Pune Airport

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    The Canadian Indian residential school system (Residential schools in Canada) was first established in the nineteenth century in1879. Residential schools were seen by the Canadian government as a way to civilize and educate the native aboriginals, and found this way and attempt to get rid of the Indian problem. In 1895 a Canadian governor stated in a report from a residential school in Kamloops, British Columbia that the purpose of the residential school is to civilize the Indian and to make them

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    Were Residential Schools Harmful or Beneficial to the Indigenous people of Canada? In school we are always taught about the lighter parts of Canadian History, but only until recently have Canadian students been taught about the darker parts of our history. Residential Schools were included in these dark parts of Canada’s history. In the 19th century, the Canadian government believed that Residential Schools were responsible for educating and caring for the country’s aboriginal people

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    The creation of the Residential Schools is now looked upon to be a regretful part of Canada’s past. The objective: to assimilate and to isolate First Nations and Aboriginal children so that they could be educated and integrated into Canadian society. However, under the image of morality, present day society views this assimilation as a deliberate form of cultural genocide. From the first school built in 1830 to the last one closed in 1996, Residential Schools were mandatory for First Nations or Aboriginal

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    Residential schools: school of destruction Today when somebody hears the word school, he will probably think about knowledge, critical thinking or learning about a profession. Schools have a key role in our society, they educate our youth to create a better society. However, residential schools for aboriginals mean, pain, shame, and destruction. In the 1880s, the government of Canada opened residential schools across Canada in which only aboriginals went. The government forced 150 000 aboriginals

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    News, 2008, “History of Residential Schools” para. 2). This was what many children had to endure because of their family tree. The pain and suffering started in 1857 (Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, 2010) when Canada's first residential school opened. Teachers and nuns ran the schools in hopes of changing the lives of native children. Brutal beatings, and sexual abuse was only a fraction of punishments toward the children. All across Canada residential schools were opened to manipulate

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    About 150,000 First Nations children went through Canadian residential schools which ran from around the 1830’s to the 1990’s. Many people consider the residential school system a human rights violation since a countless number of First Nation children, especially status Indians and also many Inuit, Métis, and non-status Indians were taken from their homes. The experiences and stories of residential schools have stayed a secret for a long time, but not anymore. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission

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