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Papers On Canadian Studies
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Canada's Labor Relations Board
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5 pages. The Canada Labor Relations Board has had some controversies in its past which are included in this paper. The purpose, role and functions of Canada's Labor Relations Board are clearly defined herein, and a thesis statement is presented as to the qualities of this government entity and whether it is more clearly defined as being a well run organization or less clearly organized than it should be. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: JGAcndla.wps

Canada's Long Path to Gender Parity
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This 6 page paper provides an overview of the issue of Canada's struggle for gender parity. This paper outlines the historical factors and internal issues that have led to this problem. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: MHCanHCG.rtf

Canada's Role in Promoting Global Competition and Trade
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This 9 page paper looks at Canada's economy as well as its role in terms of trade. The nation's ideology on competition is explored. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: SA332Can.rtf

Canada’s International Position in the Banking Realm
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This 6 page paper concerns the banking industry in Canada and reports on events during 1998 and 1999 which affected the industry. An emphasis is placed on international banking as well as mergers and acquisitions. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: SA10Bank.wps

Canada, Social Class, and Inequality
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In thirteen pages this paper discusses the impact of social inequality upon the class structure of Canada in a comprehensive overview that examines its impact upon prestige, power, and wealth, and also considers the role resource ownership places upon the Canadian class structure from a conflict sociological perspective. Seven sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGcansoc.rtf

Canada: Haven For Criminals Entering From The United States
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6 pages in length. Canada is a country running amuck with criminals who have gained entry via the United States, and no one is doing anything about it. In fact, the political faction is most to blame for Canada becoming a safe haven for the likes of terrorists, murderers and Chinese pirating operations. It is not as though government officials are unaware of the presence of such unsavory residents but rather that Canada's immigrant population carries a tremendous voice in election results, and politicians are not eager to lose voters. Moreover, excessively lax border patrol policies make it all but child's play for anyone to enter from America, even - and perhaps in spite of - that person having a warrant or criminal record in another country. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TLCcanadcrim.rtf

Canada: Little Tolerance For Hybridized Identity
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8 pages in length. Pearl Harbor created fear in the hearts of all North Americans; in order to quell that fear and maintain control over its political, social and economic concerns, Canada worked hard to harshly dissuade any hybrid Japanese residents from becoming spies. These tactics, considered to be over-reactive at best and downright inhumane at worst, included the complete and utter downgrade of a once-participatory and mainstreamed population by forcing Japanese Canadians to forfeit their property, and, after being deprive of liberty, the men "were impressed into forced labor and the women and children transported to ghost towns and abandoned mining camps in the interior of the country to fend for themselves" (Milton 8). The disturbing sting of this sudden intolerance for an individual's hybrid identity has lasted long after the initial reason for its original existence, rendering Canada yet another in a long list of countries where the melting pot of multiculturalism has become an unwelcome entity, an element of modernity painfully portrayed in Wayson Choy's "Jade Peony" and Joy Kogawa's "Obasan." Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLChybrd.rtf

Canada: Race And The Media
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7 pages in length. Canada's multiracial community, which includes Black, Hispanic, Asian and Aborigines populations, is subject to a significant amount of stereotypical abuse at the hands of contemporary media. Clearly, the racial bias that exists within the media – particular in television but also clearly apparent in music, advertisements and all other entities – is not necessarily created by the media as a negative influence but is actually perpetuated from a basis of social reality. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TLCCanRc.rtf


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