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The Effects Of Immigration To Western Canada In the World War I Era & Afterward
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A 6 page overview of immigration to Western Canada preceding, during and following World War I. Discusses immigration policies and the impact of immigration to culture and economics. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Canadim.wps

Canada and the United Nations
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A 6 page paper on Canada's role in the U.N. The writer discusses what kind of a role Canada has had in the United Nations over the years, and shows just how important Canada has been in the struggle for world peace and harmony. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Canadaun.wps

Routine Transcendent
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Daily routines are the salt and flowers of life, according to Tom Wayman’s philosophy, and his poem “Routines,” focuses on the “salt,” or negative side of that daily existence. Wayman uses the experience of performing manual labour to make a point in his academic work, so that everyone knows the difference between what is academic and what is the real world of working people. He sees the definition of this difference as extremely relevant to the pursuit of a professional degree, so that students understand the necessity and inevitability of work. Beyond that, it is Wayman’s personal mission to bring the two into alignment, to make the mysterious and dreamy world of academics heed reality for the overall purpose of modifying the stark reality of the workaday world – to make it better. This done, the world will evolve and become a planet on which its residents will want to work. In other words, “routine” could become a positive. Bibliography lists 3 sources. jvWayman.rtf
Filename: jvWayman.rtf

Argument For The Death Penalty In Canada
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10 pages in length. The age-old adage of an eye for an eye is still relevant in Canada today, particularly with regard to the death penalty. The issue of capital punishment is, perhaps, one of the most hotly contested of all contemporary controversial issues; while some believe that one who kills should pay his debt to society with his own life, others contend that two wrongs -- in the case of executing a murderer -- do not make a right. However, if someone chooses to take the life of another, he should be prepared to give up his own. This paper will back the argument in favor of capital punishment in Canada. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Prodeat.wps

Dieppe Operation, 19th August 1942
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Many times, the Dieppe Operation has come under scrutiny as to whether the losses incurred justified the lessons learned, but in order to make a determination of this kind, one always must step back and look at the larger story behind this failed maneuver. Focus on Canada, U.S. and British relations and how they have changed the world stage. Bibliography lists 2 sources. jvDieppe.rtf
Filename: jvDieppe.rtf

Michael Ondaatje/Implications on Immigration in 'Skin of a Lion'
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A 6 page research paper on how Ondaatje's novel, In the Skin of a Lion, reflects the situation of immigrants and the political power structure in Canada earlier in the century. The writer argues that those at the top of society's power hierarchy during that period, from both a political and financial standpoint, were cavalier in their disregard for the welfare of this workforce, often requiring ultimate effort under unsafe conditions for limited pay, and that Ondaatje's novel reveals the life of the immigrant as it spotlights the complicated mixture of elements that characterized the conflict between majority and minority culture that are inherent to a population that is multi-ethnic in its composition. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: 90ondatj.rtf

Comparative: Justice Systems in the U.S., Ireland and Canada
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Compares the justice systems in the United States, Ireland and Canada, focusing on structure of the court system (top down), then it looks within the structure to make comparisons. Line graphics of the 3 systems. Bibliography lists 10 sources. JVjudiciar.rtf.
Filename: JVjudiciar.rtf

Jesuits in Canada
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An 8 page study of the works of Jesuit priests in Canada 1608-1773. The writer posits that the historical evidence refutes the theory that Jesuits led to disintegration of faith in Catholicism and proves this argument through a discussion of the political conflicts of the period and evangelical role played by the Jesuits. Bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: Canjesu.doc

Native Indians & Canada
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Approximately 15 pages in length. Paper discusses the 'social genocide' caused by relevant issues in human services/education for members of Canada's 'First Nation' (Native Indians). Excellent for those studying sociology, education, Canadian socio-politics, or Native Indians. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Firsnati.wps

Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Canada
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A 15 page paper discussing some of the problems of teaching English writing to foreign-born students. Much of the EFL teaching of the past in both Canada and the US has been that of adapting everything but the native language to the conventions of the West, without regard for the vast cultural differences either in methods of learning or in idiomatic usage of the language. Students of the past have started at a far greater disadvantage than of just language, but the focus of Canada's EFL studies as they apply to learning English writing give the international student a much greater chance of success. The globalization of both economy and communications through the Internet aids in that focus on the individual, and the result is that all involved benefit from the changes at work even today. Bibliography lists 13 sources.
Filename: Efl.wps

A Comparison Between Canadian Religious Ethnic Minorities
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A 12 page research paper that examines three Protestant sects-- The Doukhobors, Mennonites and the Hutterites. The writer specifically looks at the gender roles within these groups and the ways in which communal life impacts the lives of women. Also discussed is the radical fringe group of the Doukhobors, the Sons of Freedom. Bibliography contains 12 sources.
Filename: 90sect.rtf

Canadian Society
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The impact of classical figures on Canadian society is discussed in this 9 page paper. Durkheim, Hegel, Marx and Weber are highlighted in the analysis as having a particular influence. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Canada.wps

Canadian vs. US Foreign Policies
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An 8 page political science paper comparing the foreign policies of Canada and the US. Though the basic ideology of the two countries has more similarities than differences, Canada is more willing to make exceptions in certain areas if those areas affect the good of the country. Examples used are: (1) Canada's acceptance of Chile as an important trading partner after the US rejected Chile for NAFTA because of their political practices; (2) Canada's support of including Romania in NATO over US objections but more because of secessionist rumblings in Quebec and France's support of Romania; and (3) racial and educational discriminatory immigration policies that have caused tensions with the countries of origin. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Canus.wps

Canada Immigration and Multiculturism
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A 5 page essay on the ethnic conflicts in Canada and arguments from the various sides. The paper posits that the ideal of 'multiculturalism' is inconsistent with government policy. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Candami.wps

Canadian Immigration / A Benefit to All
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A 3 page look at how immigration acts as a positive benefit to the Canadian economy. Points out how Canada's immigration policy gives preference to highly educated and skilled immigrants which pay more into the system than they draw. Bibliography lists three sources.
Filename: Canadaim.rtf

Economic & Social Impacts Of Canada's Immigration Policies / Benefits and Costs
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A 12 page review of the history of fluctuations in Canada's immigration policies throughout the 20th century and their relationship to economic considerations tied to world-wide and national booms and recessions, demographic trends, unemployment, and citizen opinion. The ways in which immigrants affect spending for social services versus what they may contribute in labor, investments, and entrepreneurial efforts is considered. The social impact of large numbers of immigrants on public opinion and policy is discussed with respect to economic issues. Extensive footnoting from sources.
Filename: Canusim.wps

Immigration Patterns / Vancouver, Toronto, Montreal, Canada
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An 8 page paper investigating the changes in immigration patterns since 1961 into each of these Census Metropolitan Areas. The data are compared and contrasted in terms of ethnicity, birth place, and labour market. Additionally, the writer comments on whether or not Montreal can be classified as a 4th tier city, according to Knox's definitions. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Cmas.wps

Is Canada A Misogynist Society?
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This 15 page paper answers that very question with a resounding 'no' and provides a great deal of theoretical and statistical support to back up the position. Several areas discussed include : divorce laws, pornography laws, battered women statistics as well as male vs. females salaries in the country. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Misocan.wps

Canadian Reform 1900-1921
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A 16 page paper that discusses the reform movements in western Canada between 1900-1921. This paper explores the origins and impacts of the agrarian revolt, suffrage, prohibition, labor and trade union reform and the interconnection between all of these. The major contention presented in this paper is that all of these reform movements were impacted by both religion and the war. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Careform.doc


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