In search of better opportunities and better lifestyle the newest trend being followed by many skilled professional is IMMIGRATION. There are so many countries offering the same in order to enhance their economy .Countries like Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and the front runner of all of these being Canada. IMMIGRATION CANADA CANADIAN IMMIGRATION was never as easy as it is now, with the Canadian government relaxing their stringent immigration laws. To understand them better an IMMIGRATION LAWYER would definitely come handy. Each province in Canada has its own advantage and one needs to take into consideration a lot of things before applying for a CANADA VISA.
Immigration and Xenophobia has been a huge issue since the beginning of the founding of Canada. This report is going to walk through the history of immigration in Canada and the discrimination that was afflicted on them, then relate those issues to present day. After that we look at the laws and policies that have been put in place to (repay) them back from what happened to them. Then look at how we can be a positive change and be part of the reconciliation. Immigration in Canada is one of the core values, it has been since almost the founding of Canada.
The government even shut down recently as the Democrats and Republicans were unable to reach an agreement. However, providing a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants is favored by the majority of American citizens, and research shows that they help the American economy and lower the national crime rate well below the current statistics. Immigration policies are a vital part of any nation’s economy, and any changes can induce drastic changes. Canada, a nation with radically different immigration policy than the United States of America, enjoys the benefits of multiculturalism. Their immigrant population is the most educated in the world, and despite growing the xenophobia in the west their population is still highly in favor of an influx of immigrants (Tepperman 5).
A SWOT analysis, which stands for Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats, is the best method of doing this (Shank 2009). Strengths and Weakness are controllable factors within the organization like for example in Hockey Canada a strength is that it has over 630,000 athletes registered. On the other hand Opportunities and Threats are external to Hockey Canada and may beyond the control of Hockey Canada. For example, as Canada becomes more and more diverse, with more then 50 percent of Torontonians are born outside of Canada, hockey is no longer ingrained in the newcomers
Powwows.com The Powwows.com is a platform to serve both the native American folks and the general public who are interested in this tradition. That is because as I negative through the website, I noticed some unique sections, like the news and forums, that attempt to keep native American tribes in touch as well as bringing them together. On the other hand, there are general sections, like the “Native American information” section and the multimedia sections, that serve as an education tool for the non-native audience. I personally believe that every section provides valuable information and insight to the two groups I mentioned before. This website fits the Powwows tradition very well.
Living in Canada, we as Canadians take pride in our culture, kindness, hospitality, and sports. Everyone around the world views both Canada and Australia as kind, multicultural caring countries that accept refugees from war torn-nations. Although Canada and Australia are looked as peace-keeping countries, in the past the governments of both nations made a number of laws that had a major impact on the Aboriginal youth. I believe that the same piece of land we formed our country on is the same land built on blood, mistreatment, and oppression. To discover information on the treatment of aboriginal youth by the governments of Canada and Australia, as well as the similarities and differences of treatment, we must take a closer look back at both countries history and also at the period when the Juvenile Delinquent Act was enacted.
The article expresses the importance on protecting and serving all civilians when it comes to communicating. It is noted that some civilians endure difficulties when addressing concerns to police officers. Enforcing discriminatory practices when a civilian endures a language barrier with the officer is what has resulted to prevent minority groups from receiving the services they need by police officers. In this study, research was conducted on a series of interviews from Canadian police officers. The issues at hand focus on police adaptation to a multicultural setting:
In Canada, there are multicultural people and international companies must keep in minds the public needs and taste while starting any business. Pitching items starting with one nation then onto the next is at times troublesome when the way of life of the two nations contrast fundamentally. They may not harm people’s religious beliefs. The companies must take care of customers shopping habits, social beliefs and language. (textbook, chapter 5)5.
In general, I believe that the answer to this question really depends on the immigrant that you are interviewing because different immigrants have different experiences (different factors or reasons for why they immigrated to Canada and how they felt after coming to Canada because different immigrants have different opinions about Canada as a country). An example of such a difference in opinion is the following; some immigrants prefer the multiculturalism and the diversity in the cultures/religions that exist in the Canadian society, whereas other immigrants dislike the multiculturalism. However, if I consider only my father, Monirul Islam’s, case and immigrant experience, then I believe that his experience was very memorable and life-changing
Berry suggests that western and northern European immigrants are frequently considered as more positively than origins ( Berry, 2013). As a result, European background Canadians are easier to find jobs. Data from the article “Analysis of the Canadian Immigrant Labor Market, 2008 to 2011” illustrates that European background Canadians occupied the most range of proportion in a pie chart of the labor force rate in Canada ( CIC, 2013). In addition, the Euro centrism also affects the participation of politics. Most of the politicians are European background Canadians.
Canadian identity has often been a popular theme with historians and social scientists over the years. However, not many have been able to identify a certain time period where Canadian identity has prospered. The postwar era and repatriation of Canadian constitution (1945-1982) best identifies Canadian identity. This is because this was the time Canada established its peacekeeping reputation and became independent. Firstly, as the world exited the wartime era, plans to
Martian Brokenleg gave as talk at the University of Victoria to a Child and Youth Care class. During his talk he focused on the need for reconciliation and touched on a few key concepts. One was the idea of “intergenerational trauma” (personal communication) where trauma from one generation can be passed down through multiple generations until one generation deals with it. These can cause addiction, abuse, domestic violence, incarceration, and neglect and can come from federal law, provincial policy, residential schools, and the institution of the church. This is a good reminder that as the generations come there is a lot of resilience as indigenous people look for reconciliation from the Canadian government.