In both situations, they got to work on the infrastructure, so why not spend a little more and host the Olympics as well. It will be a long-term investment. Transportation and roads in Toronto will be upgraded, if the Olympics were to be held. Also, this will bring in tourism money in Toronto as people around the world will see the scenic views of Toronto. This will make dumb want to visit Toronto.
As Canadians, our country has written The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It contains rights and freedoms that our country believe is necessary to live freely. Not only do many Canadians excel at hockey, but their achievements in sports (such as winning the 2014 Men’s Olympic hockey game), adds
Legalized conscription truly revolutionized Canada’s future. The efforts put into making conscription possible created positive results, the increase in Canadian economy , increase in respect for women, and women 's political rights. All of this had only happened because of conscription. The Canadian economy improved drastically due to conscription. As more and more Canadians joined the war the demand for Canadian resources increased and new industries were formed.
Canada is recognized in some countries as a donor and others, not at all and to further develop our good relation to as many countries as we can, we have to be there to help in the time of a crises which will not only help that country, but also help Canada as well so that they will benefit from the foreign aid and also us too. Canada’s foreign aid increase will be very beneficial to us and the developing nations and will help us either way at the
One of my theories is that they want to represent one of the Canadian economies in their banner that is the maple syrup. The maple tree not only produces maple syrup, but as well produces wood, which creates numerous jobs in the country and the opportunity to export to other states. Moreover, the maple leaf portrays the equality of the provinces, since it is found in each province. These help each province to feel a part of the Canadian flag and keep the peacefulness between those provinces. My other theory why the maple leaf is red and no other colour is because when the winter is almost coming the leaf become red.
The citizens of Winnipeg that were newly settled in wanted to improve working and living conditions, these ideas show some suspicion in the wealthier citizens, most of the wealthier citizens were British-Canadians. Winnipeg is located, in the province of Manitoba it is the capital city of Manitoba, and with the growing economy in the newly settled immigrants they thought it would be best to improve working and living
This report focuses on providing Canada information on how and why they shoulds start up Industrial Schools. All of the information is based on how effective and successful the Industrial Schools have been running in the United States. Throughout the report, Industrial Schools are looked at as providing Aboriginals students with a better education system. The report states that these schools are “the principal feature of the policy known as that of “aggressive civilization.” The education the Aboriginals students were to be educated on industry based knowledge and how to be civilized citizens. To put this education system into place, the report was created to be highly influential.
Larger commercial space makes for easier access to basic needs, thus enhancing quality of life and encouraging more citizens to move to the area. As a result, the Regent Park area becomes a more livable, mixed income community as it provides the shopping, employment and other services for everyone in the area. An argument against revitalization may be that the cost of approximately $1 billion is far too high, however for a twelve year project, it proves to be more economically stable. The addition of commercial areas creates more production of goods and services, and is furthermore beneficial to Toronto’s economy as well as being financially beneficial for the residents . To conclude, the Regent Park revitalization is a great opportunity to create a large cultural, social, mixed income society and enhance
In my opinion confederation was a significant event in history and very important to canadian history. It was an important event in history because there would be no more disagreements between the colonies. Also Canada would become stronger moneywise, military wise and would have a lot more transportation. If it wasn’t for confederation we wouldn’t have visited ottawa. Here are some reasons why confederation was a significant part of history.
A very controversial topic in the past few years has been immigration. Immigration is better for Canada because it helps introduce different cultures, increase Canada 's growth, and raise economic worth. Canada is well known for its diverse cultures. Immigration helps introduce many new cultures to Canada, aiding it to keep the diverse, vibrant and accepting identity that Canada currently has today (Vaughan). The reason immigration helps give Canada the identity it has today is because if Canada didn 't accept immigrants it would be less diverse and more un-inclusive.
Multiculturalism is a great benefit to Canada’s economy and diversity, because different cultures can bring unique perspectives and intelligence into the country. We would get very many different ideas and opinions from others who belong to another culture. Canada had become a diverse country with the help of globalization. Canada being a multicultural country has led to many positive outcomes for our
The SINP makes entering Canada and become a citizen easier to do, but many people may be left asking, why should I become a Canadian citizen? Due to its place a large, developed nation that is on friendly terms with most countries of the world, Canadian citizenship confers a number of rights, privileges, and benefits. The Rights of Canadian Citizens All Canadian citizens are protected by the Canadian Bill of Rights, a federal law passed in 1960. The Canadian Human Rights Act of 1977 expands these protections to include other areas, particularly employment, housing, and commerce. Saskatchewan also has its own Bill of Rights, which it made law in