In 1982, most Canadians agreed that the introduction of the Charter was going to monumental. But on the contrary, over 30 years later, numerous laws have been struck down by interpretation of the charter and remedial techniques that have been developed by courts. This corrupt system as some refer to it has many people confused and wondering what benefits are for Canadians. A specific case of the Charter being ineffective is the case Arsenault-Cameron v. Prince Edward
Proper collective rights were established in the Constitution for Aboriginals. The protest led to awareness and acknowledgment of the initial treaties and agreements. To what extent has the federal government affirmed collective rights in the legislation over time? Canada is different than any other country, including the United States, because of our collective rights. The purpose of them is so different groups of people can have an identity.
In the film Escape Fire the Fight to Rescue American Healthcare, there were many insightful examples of why our Unites States healthcare revolves around paying more and getting less. The system is designed to treat diseases rather than preventing them and promoting wellness. In our healthcare industry, there are many different contributors that provide and make up our system. These intermediaries include suppliers, manufacturers, consumers, patients, providers, policy and regulations. All these members have a key role in the functionality of the health care industry; however, each role has its positives and negatives.
Events from the Home Front #1 - Conscription One of the most serious controversies experienced by many at the home front during WW1 was conscription. In 1914 Canadian Prime Minister Robert Borden declared that conscription would never be necessary in Canada. Only 2810 men signed up to fight during the war but the Canadian government needed more men. In 1917 conscription was introduced and men were forced to enlist for the war as a result of the Military Service Act that was passed by Prime Minister Borden. Men aged 20-45 were forced to leave their families, join the war and fight for Britain.
What did Britain have? Almost everything the Americans did not. They did not have a problem with arms, they had food, homes for the soldiers, and supplies to heal their wounded soldiers. Also, the British navy controlled the trade routes and made it nearly impossible for the Americans to transport supplies. For example, Valley Forge was one of the hardest times for American soldiers.
In 1969, the Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau and his Liberal government made the contraception legal in Canada. But, they only allowed abortion under the situation that the mother's life is in danger. That was some progress, but that was far too little for the Pro-Choice supporters like abortion activist Dr. Henry Morgentaler who announced he has performed over 5000 abortion surgeries for women from all over the country. After 20 years of legal battles, finally, in 1988, The Supreme Court of Canada abolished Canada's abortion law as unconstitutional. Because it is against the Section 7 of the Charter of Rights and Freedom：A woman's right to life, liberty and security of a person.
Medicaid and Medicare Medicare and Medicaid are both government provided medical coverages. Though they both place emphasis on early detection, they can also provide assistance for dental, vision and emergency services. Differences between the two range from: whom they cover, qualifications for coverage and who they are governed by. Medicaid is federally funded but state and federally governed. Eligibility for Medicaid is income based and most often provides coverage for children of low income families.
However, the modern debate with regards to social welfare and health care is that who should be providing the means. Political leaders across the world ask whether the state itself should provide universal healthcare for their people with the assistance of their taxes, or should the health care market and it insurance be turned over to the private sector. The two arguments come face to face with the way that Sweden and the United States of America have their social welfare and health care provided. Sweden has the social health care that many left leaning political leaders tend to favor more sense it
His paper claimed, “In eight children, the onset of behavioral problems had been linked, either by the parents or by the child's physician, with measles, mumps, and rubella vaccination,” suggesting a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. His work has since been discredited and he was stripped of his license in 2010 by the U.K.’s General Medical Council for ethical violations and failure to disclose potentially competing financial interests (Ziv). Despite this new evidence, parents still choose to believe that the MMR vaccine is
Why you should live in canada instead of the USA Elias There are many reasons why Canada is better than the United States. gun control or the lack of it in the USA's case is a good example of why are the better country. Also we are much healthier and safer which makes us the better place to live. There are a lot more reasons why you should come and live in Canada Gun control is something that needs to be regulated in all countries but especially in the United States. Firstly we have laws in Canada to regulate the usage of guns so not everyone can purchase them.