The subsidizing of local publications would be a great by product and a nice incentive to the Canadians. 6) If you were the Canadian government, trying to protect the domestic magazine market, what kind of criteria would you establish to distinguish between a split-run and a domestic
This will be demonstrated by focusing on the roots of the history behind this rule, meaning the objectives and demonstrate whether they have been met or not, to show that expanding the law through the CEGEP level will be an impediment to society. Furthermore, it is clear that the Conquest of 1760 made a big impact in Canada history when Britain acquired pieces of New France at the end of Seven years of War and because of the Royal proclamation in 1763, Quebec colony was created and it presented the French language. Therefore, the charter of the French language was first introduced by the first Parti Quebecois government which was back then lead by Premier René Lévesque (Kelly, 2014, para 2). According to the Montreal Gazette, it was after the Quiet Revolution in the 1960s that the language in the province became the center of attention. In fact, as written in the article about conflict
Quebec have been promoting bilingualism, and trying to use both language French and English in the province. The definition of “bilingual” is vague. According to Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary (2010), bilingual is a person who can speak two languages equally well. This does not make clear how much you need to speak to be a bilingual. It has no specific borderline.
in Baluja and Bradshaw). It is true the rate of bilingualism in population of Canada decreased slightly for the first time since 1961, in the last decade, from 17.7 per-cent in 2001 to 17.5 per-cent in 2011. Nevertheless, that the number of bilingual people in Canada has never stopped growing. (Statistics Canada 2) Although some people think that bilingualism is not relevant in Canada, others believe that bilingualism should and will remain official in Canada.
Thomas Jefferson’s opinion of how the national government should be run, changed quite a bit over the course of his presidency. He started it off as a strict constructionist as he opposed the excise laws and his opposition to the Alien and Sedition acts. At some point he began to transform into a loose constructionist when he bought the louisiana purchase and he improved our navy to help fight the Barbary war. Somewhere during his presidency his views changed and it was most likely before he bought the Louisiana territory. Before Jefferson entered the presidential office he was a states rights supporter and when the tax on whiskey was placed he opposed it, saying “The first error was to admit it by the Constitution.” (Doc A).
Robin Williams once said, “No matter what people tell you, words and ideas can change the world”. So, why limit those words and give people ownership of them, shouldn’t everyone have free access to words? Ira C. Herbert, from the Coca-Cola Company didn’t thinks so. Herbert, in his letter to Richard Seaver, Executive vice president of Grove press, demanded that Seaver should discontinue the use of the phrase, “It’s the Real Thing” in their advertisement because Coca-Cola has made use of it in their advertising in the past. Seaver replied adopting a very sarcastic and mockery tone.
McDonald's has the duty to warn customers of the dangerous conditions, such as the sizzling coffee in this case. Although the coffee cup did say "Caution: Contents Hot" McDonald's admitted in court that customers were unaware that the coffee could cause a third-degree burn and the sign on the cup was not a warning rather than a reminder. Although if the franchise's manual allowed McDonald's to have the coffee to 185 degrees Fahrenheit, McDonald's received 700 injuries claims caused by the hot coffee served. Some of the claims resulted from a third-degree burn, such as the plaintiff's injury. McDonald's failed in warning customers of the extremely hot coffee the Stylophone cup held.
But with the help of Ben Goldacre and his book “Bad Science” I fee as though I am no able to spot bad science from a mile away. Drawing on such theories like the effect of placebo, sugar pills, and the dangers of miss informed ‘scientists’ claiming to have come up with new sciences behind certain foods (cough, cough. Dr. McKeith). In summary, the book has provided me with a breath of fresh air on controversial non scientific theories that have been built up through time and sold to us by ‘scientists who do not understand the aspects of basic biology. I would like to thank my professor for making us read this book and more importantly Ben Goldacre for shedding the light on Quacks, Hacks, and Big Pharma
Food stamps are provided to help Americans who struggle with food insecurity. People that are not sure where there next meal is coming from are given help so they can get by in difficult times. Maine's Governor, Paul LePage has lobbied that food stamps should ban the purchasing of candy and sugary drinks. The purpose of food stamps is not violated by this restriction, candy and soda hardly count as a nutritious, filling meal. However this bill was shot down by the Federal Government, LePage's response was to threaten to scrap the food stamp program if these new regulations are not included.
Linda in her study elaborates that it could simply separate Canadians in three kinds: native Canadians, migrants from former suzerain and migrants from other countries. As a native Canadian, Linda thinks that they could not ignore the experience of colonization that made Canada becomes marginalization through post-colonialism. Here she pointed out Quebec, which is colonized by France, is a good example about first imperial force of pre-colonial history. In 1608, French explorers arrived Quebec and made it became French colony. After the Seven Years War between Britain and France, they signed the Treaty of Paris and ceded Quebec to Britain in 1763.