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Papers On Canadian Studies
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Important Periods in the Development of Canadian Society: 1840 to 1870; 1880 to 1920; 1940 to 1970
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This is a 6 page paper discussing important periods in the development of Canadian society. The development of Canada as a society has taken place over several stages; perhaps the most important being the period from the 1840s through the 1860s which led to Confederation and the development of the Dominion of Canada by the British North America Act of 1867. At that time, Canada was very much under the influence of Britain as it was considered Britain’s North American colonies and was of interest to the U.S. which had plans in the late 1860s to annex the lands now known as Canada. The process of unity began in 1841 with the Act of Union which united Upper and Lower Canada and continued through until Confederation in 1867. The periods of 1880-1920 and 1940 to 1970 were important in the continued refinement of Canadian identity through national and international developments but neither era could have been as successful without the strength which was formed through the initial stages and Confederation established between the years 1840 and 1870. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJCanpr1.rtf

In Favor of Nuclear Power Plants
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A 5 page paper essay arguing in favor of nuclear power generation in the US. The bottom line is that as the world’s leading consumer of fossil fuels and electrical power, the US ethically, morally, environmentally and economically should be pursuing only nuclear and hydro power generation at the present time and for the foreseeable future. The benefits of nuclear power generation are too numerous and too clear to reject out of hand. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: KSnukePower.rtf

Independence for Quebec?: A Threat to Canadian Nationalism
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A 5 page discussion of the issues surrounding the threat of Quebec secession from Canada. Discusses the potential impacts to both Quebec and Canada. Concludes that French-Canadian identity has existed side-by-side with English identity because neither is discouraged. Each in effect enjoys a sort of regional autonomy. Quebec does not have to seek independence to maintain that autonomy. She has managed to maintain her cultural and linguistic uniqueness throughout Canadian history and she can continue to do so as a productive, yet distinct, part of Canada. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPquebec.wps

Individual Views on Politics in Alberta Canada
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Discusses Alberta’s views on politics affecting Canada and its Native Peoples according to the Charlottetown Accord. This paper answers several specific questions regarding the political views found in Alberta. Each of these questions focuses on the government in Canada, usually as it affects the Native People. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Industry Restructuring and Globalization -- The Impact on Labor in Canada
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This 5 page report discusses the idea that globalization -- the integration of technology, information and capital across borders -- could serve as the defining trend of modern time. The restructuring caused by globalization has resulted in countless changes in business philosophy and action. New pressures and circumstances, never before experienced in the labor movement, have had and continue to have their impact on Canadian labor. In fact, both the social and the economic outlooks for Canadian labor are less than optimistic. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWcanlab.wps

Interpreting Sagard’s Journey to the Countries of the Huron
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This 7 page paper takes the work of Father Gabriel Sagard, who travelled to Canada from France in 1624, entitled The Long Journey to The Countries of the Huron, and examines it to show the student how to ‘read between the lines’ to gain an insight to the lives of the natives and real situation rather than only the position from the perspective of Sagard. The bibliography cites 1 source.
Filename: TEhuron1.rtf

Interwar Unemployment in Canada
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This 14 page paper examines the emergence and pattern of unemployment in Canada between the years of 1919 – 1939. The paper looks at how unemployment occurred and in which sectors of the economy or areas of society it was most severe. The paper includes 1 graph gracing the unemployment level over this period. The bibliography cites 12 sources.
Filename: TEcanunemp.rtf

Inuit Youth
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This 9 page paper discusses some of the problems facing Inuit young people today, including ill health and unemployment. It focuses on the most severe of all problems, the 'epidemic' of suicide among young Inuit men. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: HVInuit.rtf


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