Paul Yuzyk, a Progressive Conservative Senator of Ukrainian descent, referred to Canada as "a multicultural nation" in his influential maiden speech in 1964, creating much national debate, and is remembered for his strong advocacy of the implementation of a multiculturalism policy.  On October 8, 1971, the Liberal government of Prime Minister Pierre Elliot Trudeau announced in the House of Commons that, after much deliberation, the policies of bilingualism and multiculturalism would be implemented in Canada.  When the Canadian constitution was patriated by Prime Minister Trudeau in 1982, one of its constituent documents was the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, and section 27 of the Charter stipulates that the rights laid out in the document are to be interpreted in a manner consistent with the spirit of multiculturalism.  The Canadian Multiculturalism Act was introduced during the Progressive Conservative government of Brian Mulroney, and received Royal Assent on July 21, 1988.  On a practical level, a result of the multiculturalism Act was federal funds began to be distributed to ethnic groups to help them preserve their cultures, leading to such projects as the construction of community centres.
The company now has to decide whether and how to enter U.S. markets, whether to heighten its environmental profile through promotion of Canadian leadership in environmental stewardship, and how to make Loblaw a more profitable organization by capitalizing on this leadership role. x———. Xerox: Design for the Environment. 1994. Case 9-794-022, Teaching Note 5-795-084.
Colin Boyd, professor in the department of university of Saskatchewan, is coordinator of Initiative 21 project and the author of Zebrugge ferry disaster. He wrote that, on two areas, Canada’s business ethics varies from the other countries. First was on the harvest of animals like seal, fur bearing animals and of forests. Canada was the center of controversy on these business activities. He also pointed out that Greenpeace spearheaded the attacks on Canada’s harvest of baby seals.
They strongly believe that it is their destiny to travel west and expand throughout the continent. We have fended off American invasions, during the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, therefore we can continue to withstand their beliefs and protect what is ours. (Hear, hear). To the right honourable representative of New Brunswick, we understand your struggle with the threat of Fenian raids. If you are willing to join the confederation, we will ensure the safety of your people.
During canada's nuclear issue canada had developed one of the best fighter ships in the world. America being being the country it is didn’t like the idea of canada having a better ship than them, and people believed that this was why canada eventually scrapped the Avro Arrow. Also when The United states took the lead in founding ing a new alliance that aimed to protect western countries from threat of invasion by the soviet union. Canada later joined the united states in 1949, as well as other countries. This was called the North Atlantic Treaty Organization or NATO.
He said that the parties unite in a Great Coalition to seek confederation and political reform. Macdonald was a leading figure in the subsequent discussions, and conferences. Which got British North America act and that is when Canada became a nation on July 1st, 1867. Macdonald was chosen as the prime minister of the new nation, and he also served
Tommy Douglas was attempting to form the first Socialist government in Canada. Farm ownership was the key issue of the campaign. Farm owners believed that if they were to vote for Douglas, their farmland would be safe from foreclosures from mortgage companies. As a result, scare tactics from mortgage companies were used, to encourage voters to cast their ballot for the longstanding liberal government in Saskatchewan. Douglas used these threats to his advantage, with the promise of a blackened moratorium across the province in order to protect the farmers.
As well, the government did not track Natives from Newfoundland and Labrador because they were not part of Canada at the time. Nonetheless, it is safe to say that about 4,000 Native Canadians participated in the First World War, many serving with distinction. In all, more than 50 decorations were awarded to Native fighters for their contributions to the war. | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | Elders and Indian soldiers Members of the File Hills Indian Colony joined the 68th Battalion (Regina). Their parents, in traditional garb, posed for this photograph before the soldiers left for England.
Proposal Canada Commits to Join the Elimination Against ISIS A). Canadian armed forces have taken an action against the inhumanity group ISIS because of the existence of the organization, the national security issue, and the responsibility for being part of the international members. B). The ISIS organization was established in 2013 April. 1).
I. INITIAL ANALYSIS OF THE "CANADA – FREE QUEBEC" CONFLICT A. Introduction of the Conflict Quebec is a province of Canada, and many Québécois (French speaking people from Québec) want to be a free, sovereign society apart from the rest of Canada. The interdependent parties involved in the “Canada – Free Québec” conflict are the Province of Québec, the nine other provinces of Canada and the three territories Provinces are similar to states and territories are geographic areas that is owned and controlled by a particular government or country. A separation by Québec from the rest of Canada would geographically, socially and economically change Canada as it is known today.