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Papers On Canadian Studies
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This 3-page paper discusses some trends and statistics as they pertain to migration into Ontario, Canada from Latin America and Central America. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MTcanmig.rtf

Minority Immigrants Living in Poverty: Education and Employment Factors (Canadian Studies Highlighted)
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This is a 10 page paper discussing minority immigrants living in poverty and the relation to education and employment. Within the last decade, increasing high levels of poverty have been recorded in the minority and recent immigrant populations in Canada and the United States. In Canada, recent immigrants make up over 52% of those under the poverty line in urban areas. Traditionally, immigrants coming into Canada whether skilled or unskilled laborers reached the average Canadian income in less than 10 years after their arrival. Educated immigrants previously had attained average or above income. Within the last 10 years however, this has not been the case and educated and professional immigrants are among the poorest population group in Canada along with the uneducated minority immigrants. Part of this is because it had been felt that due to the decline in the labor market, employers do not recognize the foreign credentials of immigrants but many critics also believe that discrimination plays a large part as well. Educational programs within Canada and the United States tend to focus on overcoming the language barrier firstly in addition to upgrading any educational or occupational labor skills. Regardless of the awareness of increased need in this area, many researchers still agree that the greatest barrier for most minority immigrants is racism which unless overcome will continue to reflect in an unequal representation of immigrant groups in poverty. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: TJedimm1.rtf

Mississauga, Ontario’s Corporate Policy and Procedure for the Use of Traffic Monitoring Camera Systems
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In eight pages this paper examines how camera systems are being used to monitor traffic in the Ontario, Canada city of Mississauga in an overview of current corporate policy and procedure. Three sources are listed in the bibliography.
Filename: TGontarcam.rtf

Monarchal Rule in Canada
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This 6 page paper argues that changing the constitutional monarchy into a republic would be beneficial for Canada. Psychological, sociological, political and economic implications are explored. The Quebec question is addressed. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Moral and Legal Responsibility Against Drinking and Driving
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the moral and legal responsibility and the campaigns against drinking and driving. As drinking and driving continues to take many lives on an annual basis, two different formats are being used to control drinking and driving in Canada and the United States. From a legal perspective, stricter laws are being advocated to try and deter and punish people from drinking and driving. Perhaps more effective campaigns however, are those which have targeted the moral responsibility of drinking. Harm reduction programs, moderation management and public awareness are now becoming more prominent in regards to a person’s moral and social responsibility to use self-control and moderation when drinking in order for the protection of the individuals and others in society. Provincial alcohol boards and some alcohol distributors are now promoting the moral obligations and choices people must make when they drink. In addition, many believe that the laws reflect the moral and values of the population even though they may conflict with images of irresponsibility which are often promoted as well. In the case of hard core drinkers who seemed unaffected by moral responsibility campaigns, stricter laws are being suggested focusing on the hard core drinker. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Motivational Processes in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
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This is a 5 page paper discussing motivational processes and the RCMP. Motivational processes used within corporate structures and within police structures are inherently different. Modern day corporate structures use motivational techniques which are based on rewards and increasing employee satisfaction which could range from increased responsibility, benefits, salary or more direct impact on actions and results of position duties. Within policing organizations however, such as the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) in Canada, organizations are based on hierarchical structures with a military base. Because of this, the traditional motivation by punishment can still seen in addition to the more recent motivation by reward. Increasingly, the RCMP organization has opened its motivational processes to include many psychological components of job satisfaction which include community participation to allow the members the opportunity to work outside of the traditional structured environment and see how relationships between the RCMP and the community can positively impact law enforcement which in turn motivates the member to succeed and remain with the Force. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: TJRCMPm1.rtf

Multiculturalism vs. Biculturalism in Canada
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15 pages. Canada is well known as being a multi-cultural country. In Quebec there is an official bilingualism of the French and English speaking factions. Any search for a theme to francophone-Anglophone relations must take into account the fact that the francophone community constitutes a cultural minority; today, Francophones comprise only twenty-seven percent of the Canadian population. This paper examines these issues as well as the sovereignty of Canada and the lost battle for the Federalist government. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
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Negative Ramifications of the Canadian Indian Act
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A 9 page overview of the history and impacts of the Canadian Indian Act. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPcanindianact.rtf

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