“Just watch me”. One of the most popular quotes in all of Canadian history and was said by Canadian Prime Minister, Pierre Elliott Trudeau. His legacy, attitude, and work transformed Canada and still continues to do so. Trudeau was the Prime Minister of Canada, from 1968 to 1979 and from 1980 to 1984. Pierre Trudeau changed Canada’s social-political ideology.
The first point of proof of this is how the Canadians helped with Somme. This battle is remembered because of the over 2.2 million soldiers killed, wounded, or missing over the full 2 battles (Christie, 1). Canadians (and Newfoundlanders) usually fought alongside the British and they helped take this land with their courage. This lasted from July 1st to November 18th (Gootz, 7-8). Canadians also played a big part in taking Ypres.
Canada has a little piece of almost every culture in the world, shown through the large amount of people moving to Canada from every continent in the world. The multitude of cultures is displayed through the plethora of festivals held throughout the country every year, such as the Folk Fest, Edmonton Food Festival, Heritage Festival and the International Film Festival, all bringing in various cultures and traditions from around the world. Canada has all of these festivals due to the large amount of immigration that was even shown in Anita Rau Badami’s essay my Canada, when she and her husband had moved from India to Vancouver. Canada is one if not the most desirable countries to immigrate to, not only for the living conditions but because of the ability to keep your culture and not have to assimilate to a “Canadian” culture. Thanks to immigration Canada has become a great model country to look at for cultural diversity and cultural acceptance that any country can look at and try to model in their own
IIHF governs if ice hockey around the world, except for the United States and Canada. In North America, the IIHF has very little if any influence on the rules, guideline of the way the game is played. (Rivkin, n.d.) NHL In North America, the National Hockey League (NHL) is the highest ice hockey league (Rivkin, n.d.). The NHL originally began in Canada but later expanded to include teams for the United States. The NHL is a professional hockey league consisting of seven teams from Canada and 23 teams from the US.
Section 1: The Business Model INTRODUCTION SERVICES Bufasi Legal Services will be providing Small Claims Court services to civil disputes of a monetary value of up to $25, 000, excluding interest and costs such as court fees. Bufasi Legal service will assist in completing the proper documentations needed in the Courts. CUSTOMER/TARGET PART 2: FEASIBILITY LOCATION ANALYSIS Bufasi Legal Services will be located in mid-town section of Toronto, Ontario right in the community section referred to as Mount Pleasant East. The address is 245 Eglinton Ave East Toronto, Ontario M4P 3B7. Toronto is one of the largest populated cities in Ontario over 2.62 million, located near to Durham-Mississauga (Appendix A).
I know your answer. This lake spans over 51,000 acres and has more fish than any other lake in the state. The best thing about it is that its ice is always thick enough to hold ice mobiles as recommended. You should definitely set up a shelter in Willard isle and Cleveland bar as you seek to catch these two predominant species. North Dakota-Devils Lake I have no idea why it goes by that name-it’s a bit creepy.
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell more than anything, is a lesson about certain anomalies in the world. Outliers shows us how in every major success story, there are a few key outliers that make the biggest of differences. In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell looks into the components contributing to extremely successful people. His main examples consist of Canadian hockey players, being born in January, February, and March, Bill Gates and key moments that helped him gain his extreme wealth, and Joseph Flom, who built Slate, Meagher & Flom into one of the richest and most successful law firms in the world. The 10,000 hour rule.
Sidney Crosby’s life Summary Sidney Crosby was born on August 7, 1987 in Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada. He plays as a Canadian professional ice hockey player who serves as a captain of the Pittsburgh penguins of the NHL. Crosby was playing for the Quebec major league until he was drafted by the penguins. He earned back-to-back CHL player of the year awards and led his club to the 2005 Memorial Cup finals, during his two-year Major Junior career with the Rimouski Oceanic. He was nicknamed “The Next One”, leading many to refer to the 2005 Draft Lottery as the most highly regarded draft picks in hockey history.
In Canada there were many nations before us such as the Inuit,Haida,and the Iroquois,and these are only some of the Native American tribes in Canada.In this article one of the three tribes dried food to keep it fresh for other seasons such as winter because food is hard to grow during that particular season.Can you guess what tribe used this method of storing food?By using facts and statements to explain how these tribes survived in the mixed regions of Canada. The Iroquois,Haida,and Inuit have many differences,but even more similarities. The Haida and Iroquois shelters were very similar because both houses were made of wood planks,however the Haida houses were very cleanly made and an Iroquois home was made as if it had shingles.This is because
Hockey events, such as the winning goal scored by the Canadian national team throughout a competition with the Russian national team in the 1970s, are what make hockey a symbolic importance. In conclusion, national symbols are part of a shared history and experience. These symbols and public movements are just examples of many that have held an important role in the preservation of Canada’s unique sense of culture and
Many of the urban areas of Canada have autonomy over their own police forces. As Canada is divided into Provinces, each region decides what to do with their law enforcement. When local police authorities are not counted as the responsible party, the task falls to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, otherwise known as Mounties. Every member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police is overseen by the Federal Government of Canada. There are over seventy thousand sworn police officers throughout Canada, and the numbers are steadily growing.
Canada Hockey Place is the venue for 2010 Winter Games ice hockey tournament. The name Canada Hockey Place was given to Rogers Arena during the Olympics. Opened in 1995, Rogers Arena is an indoor sports arena located in Vancouver. Rogers Arena is very close to several other visiting spots and services such as BC Place Stadium, Historical Chinatown Tours, Vancouver Public Library, Vancouver Cruises, Vancouver Fishing Charters, Vancouver Mysteries, Science World just to name a few. Reaching Vancouver is not a difficult task as the city is strategically connected to other big and small cities including Canada via bus, air and railway
The Original Six is a phrase used to describe the six teams that made up the National Hockey League during the Original Six Era, the twenty five year time frame between the 1942-43 season and NHL Expansion in 1967. The original six teams of the NHL are the Detroit Red Wings, Chicago Blackhawks, Toronto Maple Leafs, Boston Bruins, New York Rangers and the Montreal Canadiens. In 1967, with the world economy
Trent University, and the surrounding area of Peterborough, Ontario, is home to a very diverse cultural heritage. Located 25 km outside of Peterborough is the Village of Omemee, home to 1100. This is my hometown and homeland. Omemee is settled on a intersection where the Pigeon River meets the Trans-Canada Highway, originally making expansion and transportation, easy via road or waterway. The communities first name was decided from our towns decommissioned paper mill owner, William Cottingham and inherently named the village Williamstown.
The Appalachian region is the most complex geographical unit or area to define, based on characteristics and functions of culture. This cultural area is 205,000 square miles and extends from northern Pennsylvania towards northeastern Missippi, which it composed of parts of 13 states and 420 counties. Twenty-five Million, people who live in Appalachia, considered this region as a native or home culture area based on personal perceptions. Most people believe Appalachia, as a formal culture region, is upon a measurable set of common cultural, human, and anthropogenic traits. Many people in Appalachia are descendants of several European immigrants such as the Irish-Scotish, Germans, and the Welsh.