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Papers On Canadian Studies
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The Organizational and Cultural Climate of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the organization and the cultural climate of the RCMP. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) as the national policing force in Canada has grown in its organization and outreach capacities considerably since its formation in 1873. Originally formed to patrol the Prairie regions and establish relationships with the First Nations in that area, the Force has grown into an national organization with international relationships. Structurally, the organization is based under the Commissioner in Ottawa at its Headquarters but through the recent development of four regions, the administrative duties have been delegated on a regional basis. In addition to the core administrative structure, the RCMP members are encouraged to continue their education in the understanding of multicultural communities within Canada and on an international basis. The members do this in many different ways such as certification through their online university; organization of cultural awareness sessions within their communities; becoming involved with many volunteer organizations such as the Musical Ride; and, participating in international policing efforts. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TJRCMPo1.rtf

The Process of Healthcare Funding in Ontario, Canada
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This is a 5 page paper discussing the process of funding healthcare in Ontario, Canada. The process of the healthcare system in Ontario and the other provinces and territories of Canada is multi-level. The citizens of the province of Ontario, Canada enjoy universal healthcare which is considered a right according to the Canada Health Act. People pay for this health care through their income taxes and sometime also pay for additional services through supplementary payments in an employer health care plan. The federal government then transfers a percentage of funds to each province allocated for healthcare. The Ontario government then grants community and teaching hospitals in the province funding based on their annual budgetary reports. This varies according to the percentage received from the federal government. The responsibility for the administration of funds then lies with the individual health care facilities. Individual hospitals use the grant money received from the province and allocate those funds in their institution. Teaching and community hospitals within the same communities often share services in order to be more cost-effective. Hospitals also received some funding from community fund-raising efforts and income from rental properties. Physicians within the province are paid by fee-for-service; fees which are negotiated with and limited by the province each year. As the federal funding decreases each year, so too does the provincial funding for the individual institutions. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJOnthc1.rtf

The Quebec Nationalist Movement
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This 5 page paper looks at the problem where French Canadians feel their heritage is not being preserved. Some history is discussed. The movement is compared to other forms of nationalism. Nationalism is defined. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA510Que.rtf

The Quebec Question
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This 8 page paper explores the possibility of Quebec's secession in light of a 1998 Supreme Court ruling. The paper provides a detailed analysis of the ruling as well as a look at possible scenarios if Quebec were to break from Canada. Cultural differences are highlighted. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: SA013Que.rtf

The Relationship Between Politics and Public Administration in Canada
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This 3 page paper evaluates Canadian public policy, its politics and its problems with globalization. Several points are made within this brief paper. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: SA407CA.rtf

The Republic Of Canada?
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In Canada, the system of federalist government is in the process of evolving from a parliamentary system. This 9 page paper explores the debate centered on the possibility of becoming a republic rather than a monarchy. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KTcanrep.wps

The Role of the Elites in Canadian Business and Government Relations
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This is a 3 page paper discussing the relationship of the Canadian business elites and the Canadian government. The Canadian business elites have always very much been a part of the Canadian government policy decisions. Historically, the Canadian government was involved directly within the national industries especially the transportation, agricultural and those businesses associated with natural resources. During the 1980s however, the corporate elites are said to have been especially influential in regards to the Mulroney government’s decision to promote free trade, the privatization and deregulation of industries in addition to the cuts in the welfare and other social programs. Since that time, the relationship between the Canadian government and the Canadian business elite has remained strong, promotional and protectionist Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TJCanel1.rtf

The Senate and Its Part in the Canadian Legislative Structure
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This 12 page paper discusses the history of the Canadian government and in particular the Senate, as well as its functions, controversy surrounding it and the future. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: HVcansen.rtf


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