Giving reserves that provide a poor quality of life and not trying to resolve the root of the problem shows how the federal government does not give First Nations the land and respect they deserve. Canada is a developed country and has the funds to repair the water treatment plants, but they take the easy way out by sending bottles of water. These shipments of water do not last forever, but a water treatment plant does. Many aboriginal people are upset that they been under the boil water advisory for years and there is no action taken. The lack of action that the federal government has taken shows the lack of respect for the rights of First
Four years later, Toure is still stuck in jail with no way of knowing when he will gain his freedom back. Toure thought that Canada was the best place in the world which is why he chose to come here. I believe that locking
Why Target Expansion in Canada Failed Scope, time, quality, and budget or cost is the main elements with which a successful project is defined and described. A project is said to have failed if it is not implemented to meet the planned parameters of scope, time, quality, and budget. There are myriad cases in which projects have failed because the project managers and project teams have failed to apply certain principles and practices of project management or have applied them incompetently. Target Expansion in Canada is an example of projects that failed because the project team did not apply certain principles of project management. Target ran a series of stores in Canada for quite a short period.
The Red River Resistance The next major event was the Red River Resistance. In this event, Sir John Macdonald sent out surveyors to divide the Canadian land because the Hudson’s Bay Company had sold Rupert’s land to the Canadian government. This sparked an outrage with the Métis because they wanted to keep their current laws. Due to conflicts and arguments about the land, a surveyor was executed by the Métis leader which worsened the situation.
In 2006, Statistics Canada, the official Canadian agency that records population data recorded that 6,186,950 foreign-born people now live in Canada. If this keeps up, Canada will become an over populated country with little or no resource available for its citizens. Canada is a nation of immigrants and
History.com states “…the Dardanelles Campaign, was an unsuccessful attempt … The campaign began with a failed naval attack…” Because of the failed landing and the unsuccessful attempt to capture the Dardanelles, many people believe Anzac Day to be a day of failure. After 8000 deaths and many more injuries, Anzac troops began evacuating during December 1915 and completed the evacuation early January 1916. Many people believe that we shouldn’t recognise Anzac Day because it does not recognise Aboriginals. Aboriginal people were given a national apology for little recognition of their service in the war, because of this, many people believe that we should move on; we have recognised and thanked the Aboriginal people for their services and moved on, we should do the same for the Anzacs.
This inaction by the decisions of a country influences people to deem their self interests more important than the unity and prosperity of the human race as a whole. Neutrality is a very hard decision and can have a number of different impacts both positive and negative, which is highly controversial but neutrality should not be used as a decision for a country.
Firstly, the ambassador of Darfur did not seem to care that much about the genocide issue and it did not seem like he was going to do anything for his people in order to solve the problem. Why is that? Should Darfur replace their ambassador with someone else? What is everyone else’s thoughts on this? Do you think the ambassador does not care about the issue of genocide too?
official describing the decision to not intervene in Rwanda. The U.S. official is quoted as saying that, “it was a foregone conclusion that military intervention was not on the table for discussion; it was automatically concluded that the United States would not take part in stopping the Rwandan genocide.” Which showed that, all deaths are not the same. The emotionally effect that the genocide caused on the people of Rwanda was massive. During a 100-day period, the people were tortured and terrorized as they saw those they love die and feared the loss of their own life.
One of the main concerns of Canadian citizens regarding taking in refugees is if they could cause a threat to our country and its’ people. Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau has mentioned that just because Canada believes that some refugees could cause harm, that is no need for us to close our doors to all of those people in distress. The process of accepting refugees into the country is more complicated than most believe, there are five distinct steps that the refugee must pass in order to be invited into our country. The UNHCR website has a page stating the process of acceptance of a refugee, which includes: Their eligibility: if they are able to return or stay in their hometown and have not participated in any war
The Rwandan genocide was a mass slaughter of the Tutsi population that lasted 100 days from the 7th of April to the 15th of July in 1994. Although the United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda existed at the time, Canada and the international community still failed to help Rwanda as a whole, as individual countries, and by not doing what they could to aid Roméo Dallaire. As an international community as a whole, there was far more that could have been done to help Rwanda through the United Nations and as individual countries. UNAMIR, or United Nations Assistance Mission for Rwanda, was made to keep peace in Rwanda and started a year before the genocide occurred.
There are numerous articles that agree that Canada is better off not doing peacekeeping missions and some that argue its better if Canada weren 't in the United Nation at all. For example on October 31, 2014 the Toronto Star wrote an article on why they think that Canada has abandoned the role of being a peacekeeper. One of their reasons was that Canada 's usual troops that were being sent to third world countries have now been changed with other countries
In the movie, Lt. Gen. Dallaire role is played by Col Oliver. When Gloria, a foreign journalist asked Col. Oliver that whether the UN intervene to stop the bloodshed? He replies, “Unfortunately, we 're here as peacekeepers not peacemakers, we can 't take an aggressive role”. The international community intervened only and only to rescue their citizens only. Towards the end of the movie there is a scene, when French forces arrived to evacuate people from the hotel.
Fearing the attacks may not be over and worried that other planes could be turned into “destructive missiles,” Transport Canada instructed NAV CANADA (the agency that handles air traffic control) not to redirect planes to large urban areas, such as Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. Canada was also upset because they lost 24 Canadiens in the Twin Towers attack, the youngest of these age 29 and the oldest 70. Canada 's economy also would have suffered because of the attacks as most of their supplies comes from the United States. Canada was a quiet leader in sending aid, special rescue units, and equipment.
Unless someone/something is a dire threat to the country, peacekeeping was not obligation but an optional concern for Canada to take on. This was one of the reasons why Canada didn 't take the United Nations as seriously as it should have. Canada was always ready to contribute its all to the UN in the past but due to the lack of involvement Canada lowered on the rank.