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Papers On Canadian Studies
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This 10-page paper is an analysis of poverty in Montreal, Quebec, today. The paper discusses the history of poverty in this region, the causes, what some solutions are and the impact of it. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Also available in a French translation.
Filename: MTmonpov.rtf

Prenatal/Postnatal Health Care for Immigrant Women in Canada: Consideration of the Population Health Promotion Model
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This is a 15 page paper discussing the prenatal and postnatal health care considerations for immigrant women in Canada. Discussion also includes the population health promotion models. The World Health Organization has designated several high risk populations in regards to health care issues. Among these vulnerable populations are immigrants and women during the prenatal and postnatal stages of child delivery. Immigrant women in Canada make up 30% of the current immigrant population and in addition to cultural and language barriers, these women are also isolated in their community because their movements may be restricted due to child or household responsibilities. Within the last decade, Canada has established many health care centers and programs across the country to meet the health care needs of women immigrants based on population health promotion models which establish communication and interaction within the community in order to determine community needs before activation of an action plan. Nurses within Canada are involved in health promotion from the start of the process to the finish. Nurses are necessary in regards to their medical knowledge in the health care centers but have also expanded their roles to communicators and educators within the community. In addition to medical based opportunities, the increasing number of immigrant health care centers in Canada also provides social education opportunities for the nursing profession as well. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TJPreIm1.rtf

Privatization of Health Care Issues in Canada and Albertans Current Battle
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the current issues involved with the privatization of health care in Canada. Canadians have been slowly absorbing more of personal medical costs within the last decade indicating a slow trend toward a private health care system in Canada. As federal funding decreases toward medicare, the provinces have had to pay for more and more of their medical costs especially in the provinces of Ontario and Alberta which currently have the highest costs per capita in medical care. Provincial governments, especially in Alberta, are slowly leaning toward the idea of privatization in order to decrease the burden placed on their government. Citizens and health organizations however, supported by the Canada Health Act are not interested in abandoning the current public system for fear of increased personal costs, decreased public health care and the possibility of a two-tier system resulting. Instead, they would like to see improvements to the current Canadian public health care systems in areas which currently cost Canadian citizens the most in personal health costs such as medications, home care, long-term care, dental care, physiotherapy in addition to more regimented reporting systems from health care centres and the Canadian government. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Privatization of Healthcare in Canada: Pro and Con
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A 6 page paper which examines controversial political issue of privatizing Canadian healthcare by examining arguments in favor of and opposing it, then offering either support for the argument or more plausible alternatives. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TGcapriv.rtf

Privatization of Hydro Electricity in Ontario
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This is a 7 page paper discussing the recent deregulation and privatization of the Ontario hydro electricity market. Canada’s largest energy producer, the province of Ontario, has begun the process of deregulation and privatization of its energy industry in compliance with the Ontario Energy Competition Act passed in 1998 which gave the energy utilities to their municipalities and the municipalities two years to sell them, recruit private-sector partners or incorporate them. The initiation of the Act was delayed due to opposition and court rulings until May 1, 2002. This delay combined with favouritism found within the Ontario government, amalgamation of municipalities and government waiving of a debt-reducing tax to some of the former components of the energy system has led to a general lack of confidence and commitment of external investors into the Ontario energy market. The Act was meant to promote competition and relieve the province of the massive debt it amassed with the provincial run utility. At this point, time will tell if privatization will benefit the province and the consumer or whether privatization will be a financial nightmare as found in the state of California and the province of Alberta. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TJOntpr1.rtf

Progress for the Aboriginal Population in Canada
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This 3 page paper provides an overview of the problem regarding the treatment of Aboriginal peoples in Canada. The focus is on the Meech Lake Accord and Charlottetown Accord and how they had each affected the treatment of the Aboriginal populous. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA313Ab.rtf

Proposal for Canadian Health Care System
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A 2 page proposal for Canadian health care that argues that immunizations for all 13 preventable disease should be made available to all Canadian children. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Prostitution in Edmonton
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This 3 page paper discusses the problem of prostitution in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and the efforts of social workers to help the prostitutes. It also discusses the city’s efforts to get rid of them, and the fact that prostitution is legal in Canada. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: HVEdmntn.rtf

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