The middle colonies had a wide range of terrains from coastal beaches to soaring mountains that lied inland. The wide range allowed the middle colonies to have a unique and diverse economy. For instance its costal shore was optimal for harbors and docks. Also due to its location between the southern and New England colonies it made it a prime spot for reaching all 13 colonies. Its rich soil allowed farmers to plant a variety of crops.
Canada as a whole has a broader legal system, than a narrow legal system where democracy has very little importance. The “Living Tree” approach versus strict construction set in the constitution act (1867) paved the path for the major issues we still address today. Without the “Living Tree” approach in Canada’s legal system, we would not have the broad points of view we on major issues we face today. Canada is able to over come many boundaries the country faces everyday and because of the “Living Tree” approach to the legal system in Canada, the country us able to improve the legal system to become one of the best legal systems in the
Natashia Apangchan Canadian Identity As an immigrant, and of the 7 years that I’ve stayed here in Canada, I’ve come to know some of the Canadian identity. I have lots on mind but the things that stand out the most is that Canadians are so patriotic and generous, and diverse. To me, I see the Canadians as patriotic because their love for their country is very strong. I have seen the pride in their eyes when they say that they are Canadian. The way they cheer for their athletes, during the Olympics and other sports, shows how proud they are to wear the red and white maple flag to support them.
With the waterways, these cities gradually became world trading centers. Moreover, the rivers allowed for an efficient use of waterpower to propel running factories. However, the South's climate is also warm and sunny with long summers and mild winters; there is also a plentiful of rain. This makes the South's climate ideal for agricultural production and harvesting materials needed for houseware such as cotton. Additionally, the South thrived from their example fertile soil due to their enhanced ability to grow crops.
This shows that Canadians focus more on peace than they do on war, showing Canada has more peace than it did of its struggles. Along with having peace Canada has prosperity, we have wealth and we do live in luxury here. Our technology is advanced helping us live. “Technology made many Canadians feel safer and enabled them to live in peace.” Construction of new buildings and industries helped secure Canada. With everything that happened in the wars Canada is still composed with peace and prosperity.
The strong influence of Puritans, Quakers, and Catholics can be seen in the development of the British Colonies. However, their survival was based on agriculture and the growing seasons of the colonies they occupied. Therefore, the resources available to the colonists was the largest factor in the development of the colonies. The different geography of the colonies effected the development of the colonies and their societies. The northern, or New England, colonies had hard, rocky soil, fast flowing rivers, and large harbors, and forests.
The climate in the middle colonies was relatively hot. This caused a longer growing season compared to New England’s. The rain and sunshine was ideal. This combined with mostly plains (a few hills) and the rich soil (which was scraped down from New England) made the land very fertile. This land was good for rye, corn, wheat and also some vegetables.
Because Gretzky accomplished so many things in his early life, won many awards because of his stats, and played on so many teams which he helped them succeed, Wayne Gretzky is the greatest NHL player One reason, Wayne Gretzky is the greatest NHL player is because he accomplished so many things early in his life. The text states “ Wayne Gretzky scored 378 goals in his final
¬¬¬Canada is known worldwide, as a multi-cultured and accepting society¬¬¬. Canada is recognized as understanding of all genders, races, ages, sex orientations, and all religions. Canada shows this acceptance in the collective morals of society, but also in the legal system. However not every country is like Canada. Canada is a democracy so the belief is in being equal and fair, thus Canada put these beliefs into effect by creating the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms using the Equality Rights section.
Also, going north of the Nile River is 4,000 miles long. When the Nile River floods it is mostly a good thing, this is because of that it gives the crops enough water to grow for a great food supply. The next thing I am going to tell you about Egypt is the mountains. It is a very good thing when water melts from the mountains because it also makes very rich soil and silt for the crops as well. Yes, there is also a good number
This decision will be heavily influenced by one’s desire to live closer to a city or in one of the various rural areas found across each province. Finding a job in the chosen area might seem like a tough task, but fortunately according to the Canadian Visa site (www.canadavisa.com) the economy is thriving and there are many opportunities available for one to take advantage
Geography makes the industries. Alberta is flat, parries, parkland, and a fertile province. North the prairie is dry, but has lots of good soil. Alberta has a large oil reserve making the oil industry very valuable while in British Columbia it is very mountainous and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean, thus, making
Canada 's role in the world has been a strong one. They have helped and saved many people independently and with the help of other country 's and alliances. Some of these roles were very beneficial to our future. Some of the major roles were with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, United Nations and North American Air Defense Agreement. These roles have created a more open country.
Newfoundland made the right decision in joining Canada in 1949 because in return they were given the promise of prosperity and security due to family allowance, higher standards of living and relief of debt. When Newfoundland joined Confederation, it was by far the the poorest province. Billions of dollars of equalization payments later and investments into the province by the Federal Government, now means Newfoundland is richer than the average Canadian province and has not qualified for equalization payments since 2008. The first reason why Newfoundland made the right decision in joining Canadian Confederation was because Canada relieved Newfoundland of the financial debt burdening it. Newfoundland had a period
The French were able to do plenty of business with the Natives over furs, and at the same time, tried to convert them to their religion. The French kept the beaver and moose furs for themselves however, as they were the most valuable at the time. The fur trade was proving to be very valuable to the French, as it helped with their expansion into North America, and it immensely boosted the French’s economic