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“Post-industrial” is a term applied to socioeconomic regions that indicates a move from manufacturing to service industries, and from a focus on the production of physical goods to the production of knowledge or information. It is principally a phenomenon of Western nations, as it implies the prior existence of a...

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In all honesty, it seems like a fairly easy task to not succeed in a Canadian law school. First of all, admission requirements to law school are especially stringent with potential students being required to go through various testing procedures for character, etc., in addition to excelling in their academic...

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The present dynamics surrounding Scotland’s referendum for independence is a very same experience in what is taking place in Quebec, Canada. Both Scotland and Quebec share several and the same striking similarities regarding their argument for independence such as economic and political independence. The contentious issue against their independence is...

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Evaluate NHLE's value chain? NHLE’s value chain is very much about its marketing and sales and its service. The company is engaged in selling apparel and products related to the NHL, so its primary goal is to make sure that it is effectively messaging the value proposition for its company...

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Abstract This essay examines the concession speech of Stephen Harper and the victory speech of Justin Trudeau, comparing their style and effectiveness. Although Harper is, in some ways, technically a better speaker, Trudeau is a more effective orator due to his passion and energy, compensating for any limitations within his...

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The Toronto Waterfront is one of the largest in North America and covers an area of 800 ha. The waterfront pursues a complex urban design and planning which follow the policy of “design excellence.” Revitalization efforts of the Toronto waterfront include continuous assessment of the waterfront performance, the process will...

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Dear fellows, Today, I would like to share the story about the current Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau. You may know that he is the young Prime Minister Canada has ever had. You may also know that his father Pierre Trudeau also held a position of the Prime Minister...

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II. Access to Care Key Features All residents have access to "medically necessary hospital and physician services, on a prepaid basis" (Health Canada, 2013). Some populations (i.e., seniors, children and social assistance recipients) are eligible for government funded supplementary health care benefits (i.e., prescription drugs, dental care, vision care, medical...

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Theoretical Lens: Community Resilience Community Resilience Theory. Over the past few years, numerous researchers have resorted to resilience theory to investigate a variety of psychological phenomena and issues. Zimmerman (2013), for example, used it to identify the factors that enable young individuals to develop into healthy adults despite adverse circumstances....

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A customs rater, or in other instances called a customs broker, is essentially a person who is an expert in customs law. Customs is basically the transfer of things across a nation’s border such as goods and people. These people are very interested in what comes across as a matter...

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China is Canada's second largest export partner, only behind the U.S. . Few years ago, there was a major food scandal in China involving substandard baby formula and skepticism remains high regarding the quality of Chinese baby formula products . This presents a great opportunity to export Canadian baby formula...

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Air Canada is the largest Airline in Canada in terms of fleet and passenger size (Air Canada Overview, 2019). The operation serves 62 airports in Canada, 53 in the US and 101 in Africa, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Middle East, Mexico, and South America. Together with its...

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Referred to as criminal harassment by Canadian Criminal Law, this type of behavior is more commonly known as stalking. Shockingly enough, there were no criminal measures or definition of this type of behavior until California implemented a statute in 1990. The Canadian version did not come into existence until 1993...

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If the atrocities that were committed against the aboriginal peoples of Canada within the nation’s history are not looked back upon then there is a danger of similar occurrences taking place throughout the years to come. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, traditional aboriginal celebrations were made illegal and...

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Canada is one of the well-developed and successful decentralised federal countries in global terms. The federal Canadian government is based in Ottawa, Ontario, and, as the state consists of three territories and ten provinces, it correspondingly has three territorial and ten provincial governments. The Constitution Act of 1867 defines the...

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One of the main changes noted in the “Census Shows New Face of the Canadian Family” is that there are fewer married couples. The article noted that there has been an increase in single-parent families, as well as multiple-family households. The article remarks that in single-part families, the number of...

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Canada's laws to protect women from violence are most certainly unacceptable. If the laws were adequate, the level of violence against women would not be so severe. Unfortunately, domestic violence is a serious problem in Canada. Furthermore, many women are actually victims of murder. This level of domestic violence against...

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In all countries, the quality of healthcare is dependent on the government policies and the affordability of medical insurance for all people. In addition, the income of a country, the GDP and variations in personal incomes affect the quality if provision of healthcare in any country. However, despite the indications...

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Different leadership models about the management of organizations try to show how things should be done by the leaders in the management levels. Among the models include John Kotter’s model, Senior and Shailer models and HSE 2008 Model. These models have given an insight of how organization should be done...

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HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN CANADA Introduction Definition of health care Features and characteristics of health care in Canada Types of health care provided Thesis: this paper focuses on health care in Canada Topic 1: History of Health Care System in Canada Canadians accessed essential medical services by 1971(Sullivan & Denis,...

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R. v. Morgentaler (1988) is an instrumental case law that had some diverse impacts on the societal perception of abortion and the constitutionality of this practice. The ruling of this landmark case was issued in 1988, following a series of hearings in 1986 (Wood, 2018). The main actors in the...

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The system of healthcare in Canada is often regarded as a model for implementing administrative and care improvements in the United States. The Canadian healthcare system is funded publicly, being based on a single payer. The GDP per capita spent on health care in Canada is much lower than in...

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I was particularly interested in the Call to Action regarding justice since there are so many examples of cultural and health disparities in the way that the indigenous peoples have been treated. This Call to Action fairly screams for some sort of intervention that can reverse the trends which have...

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Human beings cannot survive without healthcare. All over the world, governments and residents alike are doing their best to improve healthcare systems. Since the old age, man has done everything possible to make sure that health strives in the universe so that people can live healthy lives. With the evolution...

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In Canada, the Vietnam War (1955-1975) has been chiefly remembered as one of the episodes in the domestic politics full of riots, protests, and dissent. Politically, it has also been remembered as a particularly unfortunate period in the relations between Canada and the United States (Bothwell, 2011). On the one...

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