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Another tool that I thought was helpful to me during my assignments was the synthesis matrix. The synthesis matrix is my favorite tool and I will continue to use this throughout the rest of my courses. It made comparing, contrasting, and combining different sources at one time very easy. It gave me a head start on the literature review and it made it come together more easily. It also made my major assignment, the research prospectus to seem less stressful than the actual literature review
Canada can be seen as a civic nation because Canadians come from many different backgrounds but choose to live together under similar political beliefs and values. This has allowed Canadian culture to be very diverse. In spite of this diverseness majority of the culture comes from the U.S. Most movies, T.V. shows, magazines, and radio content was made in the
He changed Canada into an ideology of diversity, freedom, equality and humanity. His work and patriotism made Canada into one of the world’s greatest nations. Trudeau, brought multiculturalism into Canadian heritage. He made French and English the official languages of Canada, to please all Canadians. He gave Canada our own constitution.
There are many moments in Canada’s history that served to define the country. Some of these moments include Confederation in 1867, the discovery of insulin by Dr. Frederick Banting and his assistant Charles Best, the implementation of free health Care, the Canadian and Soviets hockey series in which Canada won, and many more. But, as argued in this paper, is the Canada Act in 1982. (It is important to keep in mind the Constitution Act, 1982 was annexed as a part of the Canada Act and may be referred to in this paper.) The Canada Act served to give Canada, and its populace, the greatest amount of independence and freedom that it has ever experienced, politically, culturally, and legally.
Being Canadian comes with many things. It comes with acceptance of people from all walks of Earth. It comes with being friendly and loving all regardless of characteristics. Being Canadian means being one and accepting. That is the perception that Molson went for in their advertisement titled “What makes Someone Canadian.”
The improvement of the rights of the Canadian Immigrants Canada, as one of the biggest immigration countries, welcomes people from all over the the world and forms a representative multicultural atmosphere in today’s society. Over these few decays, the country has always been consummating the laws to provide immigrants equal rights and freedoms, and better treatments they could receive. However, Canadian immigration laws were not unprejudiced and it eventually caused a “legal discrimination” before 1976. The legal rights of the immigrant groups have improved significantly because of the demands of developing the country, the influences of the wars, and the globalization of the world. Since 1880s, more immigrants and foreigners came to Canada because of the railway construction project.
There are many advantages and disadvantages of living in both Canada or New France. Though personally, I would prefer living in present day Canada for the below reasons. Canada has a diverse nation of different people, we are exposed to different religions and cultures which allows us to learn more about other ethical backgrounds. Where as, New France was made up of people only people from France and the Native tribes and it stayed that way for hundreds of years. Also we have a strong economy and relationships with many different countries, so we don’t engage in war with other nations.
We need both majority and minority governments to work together for a common goal as well as working with other countries for common benefits such as our free trade agreement we enjoy with the USA today. So 1867 lead the way for us to live free in Canada and for that, I am eternally
The neighborhood I live in is extremely diverse. Constantly, I am begging my neighbors to tell me more about their cultures and way of life. The reason I have chosen Journalism as my major is because it combines my passions of traveling, photography and
The purpose of this dissertation is to examine and explain the legal and ceremonial functions of the Canadian Governor General. As a matter of fact, since the creation of this title in 1867, the roles of the Governor General have evolved greatly over the years. Assigned the role by the Queen of England, this individual possesses many powers that contribute massively to the functioning of the country of Canada. First of all, it is important to understand that one of the ceremonial roles of the Canadian Governor General is to read the throne speech at the outset of every parliament session. This speech is given to individuals seated at the Parliament such as the Senators and the members of the House of Commons.
Western Washington has a diverse and well trained group of writing centers. I was fortunate enough to be able to visit Central Washington University, Highline Community College, Shoreline Community College, Tacoma Community College and University of Washington Bothell . The goal was to find out what the writing centers are using for training, and how the centers operated. The four centers I visited, and the one center I interviewed, were extremely welcoming and have a diverse variety of extensive training programs. Observations of these writing centers enlightened me with an overwhelming amount of information.
Based on the provided commercials, Canadians are proud citizens. Each commercial has it’s own specific theme but every commercial related to this idea of being proud. In order, I watched all of the commercials and the “I Am Canadian” commercial set the tone and expectations that I had for the following three. The “I Am Canadian” commercial is set up like a public speech, which gives the audience a general idea of how the rest of the commercial is going to be presented. In “I Am Canadian” commercial, the narrator starts off with the stereotypes of how Canadians are often proceed to be or how American’s view Canada.
English and French are the official languages of Canada, so the country recognizes the equal status for both languages in the Parliament, federal courts, and in all federal institutions (OCOL 2009). Due to this bilingual recognition and the driving force of globalization, the translation industry eventually flourished since the founding of the country and is constantly expanding and playing a key role in the growth of the country. In line with the CTISC, it points out that translation is becoming an economic activity with growing importance as a factor contributing to increased sales, revenue and employment (1999, 3). Indeed, Lynne Bowker knows this current reality and wanted to discover this reality by examining the situation of the translation
I had a vision to enhance myself academically, professionally and personally in an English-speaking environment. I completed a Business degree in Brisbane, Australia and after successful practical and theoretical results; I have developed abilities such as lateral and critical thinking; change and relationship management. I have been fascinated by cultures for years and been traveling a lot. I love meeting new people, actively listening to their stories and that could be a reason why I have friendships from all corners around the world. I am an active community volunteer and have been representing and involved with the following three organisations: 1.