In the years from 1945 – 2000, Canada developed and changed as a nation. These changes had both positive and negative effects and many have subject to controversy throughout Canada. With global crises at hand, such as the Cold War, Canada found itself involved in international affairs in a way it had never been before. The role Canada had to take in the international community greatly developed Canada’s international role. Throughout this, Canada found itself heavily influenced by the US and struggled to keeps its autonomy from American influences and maintain friendly relations with the United States.
Over the years there have been many world events and factors that have made Canada what she is today. There are many ways and things that uniquely identify Canada from other countries. Canada is considered a stable country, with her democratic government, prominent natural resources and trustworthy personality. Canada’s growth and acceptance of immigrants, celebrations of multi-cultural events and her own “homemade” attributes make her special and diverse. Canada is also known to be a just country because of our actions regarding Aboriginal people, Women rights and Japanese Canadians during WWII.
In the history of Quebec officially attributed by Jacques Cartier in 1534, but thousands of years before his arrival, people have crossed the frozen ground and established different communities. These people were Indigenous people, the first inhabitants of the province Quebec. Many years later, numerous explorer stopped in Quebec attempted to explore the land especially the east of Quebec. During 1535, Jacques Cartier’s second journey brought many benefits to the King of France. During this journey, he went to Stadacona (Quebec City), Hochelaga (Montreal), and finally, he stopped in Trois-Rivieres on the way back home (Fauteux, A, 2004).
Donald Trump a wealthy businessman and now president of the united states has had a very substantial impact on Canada. As a powerful and very influential country in the world the decisions of President Donald Trump affects the world in one way or another. So what are some of the actions that might have an impact on Canadian society? One impact that Donald Trump has had on Canadian society is his approval of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Louisiana “Laissez le bon temps rouler!” or “Let the good times roll!” the crowd roars through the streamers and illuminated streets of Louisiana. Hundreds of people are in the crowd, and in the middle of the crowd, there’s a gigantic green, orange, and blue dragon float, making its way up Napoleon Avenue. You can smell the mouth-watering food from restaurants.
Multitudes of factors contributed to form the Canadian Confederation. From small political negotiations to full fletched conflicts, here are the seven major events that lead to its creation • Changes in British Attitudes Towards British North America • The American Civil War • The Creation of the North-West Mounted Police • The construction of the Transcontinental Railway • Fenian Raids • The Red River Resistance • The Doctrine of Manifest Destiny Changes in British Attitudes towards British North America This factor is the most crucial event in the creation of the Canadian Confederation. The British realized that having separate colonies became costly to maintain so to counteract this problem, the existing colonies created their own government/federation to declare independence. This also
Introduction Nowadays, human capital is increasingly taking seriously important part in today’s world. Skilled workers could be a powerful weapon to maintain or rise status and promote the competition advantages in globalized economy. However, the countries like Canada with sparse population, which is an obstacle to economic development. Indeed, the one of the most efficient ways to relieve the pressure from shortage of skilled labour force is immigration. As Canada did in past decades, it relies on geographic advantage such as rich in natural resources, superior livable environmental condition.
“Immigration is not just compatible with but is a necessary component to economical growth”. Immigration happens all over the world, but why are people so desperate to leave their home countries? What do they expect from the countries that they are going to? Likewise, what do they have to contribute to these countries? In Canada, approximately twenty percent of the 2011 population is foreign-born.
There are over 128 species of maple trees that originate all over the world. The most common of which in canada are the red and sugar maple tree, which can grow upto 33-48 ft and live for over 300 hundred years in mostly the eastern parts of Canada. The Canadian maple is truly a Canadian Wonder,it is beneficial to the economy, has history behind it and represents the canadian people and Canada as a whole. Firstly the Canadian maple tree is very beneficial towards the canadian economy as the sap produced by maple trees can be used to make maple syrup. Canada produces two thirds (approx 85%)of the world's maple syrup 90% of which originates from quebec.
The baby boom era has been an important and significant time that marked the Canadian history. Baby boomers born during post-World War 2 between the years 1946 and 1964 are people that are named such due to the exceeding number of births. There have not only been population changes but the economic conditions and long-term effects have taken place because of this. Throughout years of seeing the effect of baby boomers, we can see it has significantly impacted the Canadian society. It has impacted and is continuing to affect the Canadian society by affecting the economy, the means of long-term effect and the drastic changes in the population count.