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Investment Information
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This 5 paper identifies information sources and facilities that a Canadian or North American investor may find useful when looking to invest. The paper gives a information of discount brokerages, full service brokers, general and futures newsletter, internet sites and software that provide the relevant information and services. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEcanstk.rtf

Is the Canadian Supreme Court a Legal Actor?
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This 9 page paper argues that with the formation of the Charter of Rights the Supreme Court in Canada has become an active political actor. The paper considers the traditional separation of the powers, and the direction that influence may occur, and then considers the Supreme Court against this structure, before looking at the way the court is seen in the context of a wider society, and how the role of the judges has changed with this highly thought of charter. The bibliography cites 9 sources.
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Is World Peace Possible?
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A 7 page paper that explores how individuals subscribing to the liberal, radical, and realist socio-political paradigm might respond to the title question. Each paradigm is described, including the evolution of the philosophy over the years. The writer concludes that only those holding one of these views would really consider world peace a possibility. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: PGpeace.wps

Italian Immigration Into Canada: The Historical Process and Trends
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This is a 12 page paper discussing the historical process of Italian immigration into Canada. The process for Italian immigration into Canada has varied greatly in accordance with the development of the Immigration Acts over the last century. During the late 1800s and early 1900s, European immigrants were welcomed into Canada and offered land in exchange for their labor in the major industries such as mining, the railroads and the forestry camps and Italians were recruited by labor agents working for these industries and there were very few restrictions in order to meet demand. In 1906 and 1910, the Immigration Acts were introduced were designed to encourage British and American immigrants and restrict others, however industrialists still found that the European workers were still the best compromise in regards to wages paid and labor intensity and Italian immigration was still considerable in regards to the labor market. While little immigration occurred during the Depression and World War II years, after the war a great wave of Italian immigration occurring through a process which involved an alliance between the Canadian government and their new embassy in Rome. The process of family sponsorship created chains of Italian immigrants which was reduced when the points system was introduced in 1967 and placed a great deal of merit on education. The Immigration Act of 1976 lifted a great many of the discriminatory restrictions and allowed once more for immigration based on sponsorship and other aspects in relation to immigration goals and international relations. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TJItCan1.rtf

Jean Jacques Rousseau’s Impact Upon the Canadian Legal System
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A 5 page paper which examines how Rousseau’s political treatise, “The Social Contract or Principles of Political Right” influenced the Canadian legal system, particularly in terms of its emphasis on the general will. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Juvenile Delinquency and Victimization in Canada: Relationship to Family, Peer Groups and Perceived Norms
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This is a 7 page paper discussing juvenile delinquency and victimization in relation to societal norms, and peer and familial groups. The definition of deviance has changed over the centuries and what were once considered acts of demonic possession in regards to criminal action are now considered violent reactions to elements within society. Juvenile delinquents have long been considered deviants to society because their actions do not “conform” to the norms of society and in fact “offend” society. In fact however, on assessing recent studied rates of juvenile delinquency and victimization in Canada, it has been reported that over half of the youths studied have committed acts of delinquency. In addition, youths who have reported high rates of delinquency have also reported high rates of victimization in their peer and family environments. If this is the case, youths who are considered delinquents may only be reacting to their immediate violent environments of peer and family in which victimization and delinquency are considered the norm and committing further acts of delinquency is reinforced and in part considered acceptable by their peer and family social groups. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Klassen/Calgary Business History
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A 6 page review of Eye on the Future: Business People in Calgary and the Bow Valley, 1870-1900 by Henry C. Klassen (University of Calgary Press, 2002). This text consists of a detailed, comprehensive and highly accurate account of the business history of the Alberta region of Canada, with particular emphasis on the development of the town of Calgary. Klassen's history covers the early stages of industrialization through the beginnings of consumerism from a business history perspective. The scholarship behind Klassen's book is so extensive that, as this examination demonstrates, it can be viewed as coming close to being an anthropological study of the varied factors that come together to create a city and shape the course of history for a region. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Labor & Technological Change in Canada
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A 7 page research paper that examines the relationship between labor and rapid technological change within Canadian industry. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khcantex.rtf

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