After a couple of months of living in Canada we all adjusted, I started making friends at school. It turned out that Canada isn’t as different or scary as I had imagined it to be. In fact we found ourselves more confortable in Canada then we did in America. In America no one took interested in my culture, everyone expected my family to blend in with the American culture. When we moved to Canada I started to get ask what my background is, people thought it was cool that my parents are Colombian.
Canada is an extremely large country. It is very assorted is there people, way of life to live in Canada actually dissimilar from others countries. There are financial worth of self esteem, a putting regard in similarity and admiration giving to all singular person in society. Women, men, children, and seniors are all fairly respected in Canada. The Canadians are different from other, but they always ready to portion our principles that make Canada a companionable, peace loving and protect society in which to live.
This moment that guarantees freedom can truly tell “I am a Canadian.”. Finally, the same opportunities should always be given. Even if they were not born in Canada; however, their legitimate rights are legally guaranteed; therefore, there should not be excluded and they should be able to choose whatever they
‘What is a Canadian? A Canadian is a fellow wearing English tweeds, a Hong Kong shirt and Spanish shoes, who sips Brazilian coffee sweetened with Philippine sugar from a Bavarian cup while nibbling Swiss cheese, sitting at a Danish desk over a Persian rug, after coming home in a German car from an Italian movie..’ is an anonymous saying that practically defines the typical Canadian experience. No wonder that Margaret Atwood can comment that Canadians have issues with establishing their identity! In discussing Canadian writers, she argues that Canada as a state of mind does not really exist: “I 'm talking about Canada as a state of mind, as the space you inhabit not just with your body but with your head. It 's that kind of space in which we find ourselves lost."
Although we faced many things, we are still here after 150 years of assimilation, racism, and genocide. Canada is celebrating 150 years of confederation, yet our ancestors have been here over 130,000 years. We should be careful not to always look at the negative side of things, especially when we have so much to be thankful for. We are still here and we are still strong, and that’s all that
Skateboarding is a way of life to most, its not a negative sport. Skateboarding needs to be thought of as a good, and stop being associated with negative stereotypes. We skate to relieve ourselves from our daily lives; not to try and ruin someone else’s. Skateboarding is our art form; its how we can express ourselves in the expressive-less world we live in. Skateboarding began in 1959 as a flat piece of wood, some wheels, and a steering
Firstly there is more terrorism in the United States than in Canada I can name two that almost everyone knows the Boston marathon and 911 but most people my age don't know or can't remember any terrorist attacks in Canada which is a good thing. Secondly Canada has a reputation as international peacekeepers and we have never started a war since we officially became a country in 1867 where as America has started and taken part in many conflicts they even started a war in Iraq without enough proof to do so. I hope the Canada will continue to be a safe and peaceful
Which tells about the people who are a non English or French speaker. Therefore the language is one of the hot issues for Canada and also it should be a pliability for immigrants because people will be able to hear non official language in Canada such as Spanish, Mandarin or Cantonese a lot in the local society. Although bilingualism is an important part of Canada and it is not official or native language in Canada, people who is immigrant are working and supporting each other in modern society in this same country. The bilingualism is one form respect for French Canadian but it is also true, CIC shows that “In 2011, Canada had a foreign-born population of about 6,775,800 people. They represented 20.6% of the total population, the highest proportion among the G8 countries” (Statistics Canada 1).
What my father means to me ? Our friends and family play a large role in who we are today, and who we will be in the future. The biggest influence may come from our family, and for me is my father. He is a person of great character and integrity. He has shaped me into the person I am today by teaching me about respect and responsibility and that anything worth having taken a lot of hard work.