He was shy but let the Canadians get what they wanted. Some may argue he gave up too much power for the citizens but that is what I like in a Prime minister. Pearson had many accomplishments that concealed the minor scandals he was involved in and turned out to be one of the most unforgettable prime ministers of Canada. In conclusion, Lester B. Pearson was an exceptional prime minister. He had many accomplishments such as creating the new flag of Canada, and the Canada Pension plan for old- age seniors just to name a few.
Americans operated on the belief of Manifest Destiny, in which they believed it was their nation’s destiny to control the whole North American continent. However, the Reciprocity Treaty in 1854 of Canada and the Americans evolved. This treaty symbolized a new path to success and economic development for both countries. Because of how close the Americans were to Canada, as well as their rapidly expanding market, a growing reliance developed on the U.S.
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With this wide range of choices, a family can get to choose with their own preference. Old time radio favorites influenced many important entertainers we have in modern times. Canada emerged from its colonial past with a unique political art, music, and literature. Ironically, at a time when Canadians have the most confidence to make a virtue of their diversity, their cultural environment is rapidly becoming a piece of the American "entertainment" market. The order in council through which the Massey Commission was formed stated "it is in the national interest to give encouragement to institutions which express national feeling, promote common understanding and add to the variety and richness of Canadian
This comment has Americans agreeing with the speaker. Yet it also leaves the Canadians happy that they are not in the same boat as their neighboring country. Although “Canadians [are considered] left wing wimps”(1, 234) Canadians don’t mind this perception Americans have of them. Being seen as softer then their patriotic neighbors, Canadians see this more as a compliment then anything. With relating positive terms to the B.C.
 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.  On November 13, 2002, the government of Liberal Prime Minister Jean Chrétien designated, by Royal Proclamation, June 27 of each year Canadian Multiculturalism
The citizens vote for the electorate and the upper levels of government would have to get approval from them if they want to make changes. It made Canada more democratic. Expansionism- The idea that the Americans had a right to ownership over all of North America. Many Americans used the term “Manifest Destiny” when they referred to expansionism. It is one of the causes of the American Revolution and the War of 1812.
Confederation had succeeded in creating a new nation, but there was existed some problem within colonies British and American. How would Union solve the problem in 1860’s? The economic and trade problem was main one, American ended free trade agreement and began imposing tariffs on imports of Canadian natural -resource products. So many Canadian thought that as a move weaken to Canadian economy and force annexation of United States. So the Confederation decided to protect Canada economy from U.S.
The whole point of America becoming its own sovereign country was Britain’s overbearing control on the colonies. Many early Americans had concerns and feared a government in which, by design, could become too strong. Consequentially, the Democratic – Republican party (later known to historians simply as the Republican Party) was formed with ideas of smaller government and thusly, less control. A semblance of the rivalry between the parties in the United States could be seen in the French Revolution. The Republicans supported the popular forces in the French Revolt and wanted America to assist.
One could argue that this was a positive choice for the Canadian Government for many different reasons. First of all, Canada was part of the Triple Entente so they felt obliged to provided soldiers for their Allied countries. Secondly, The Canadian Government could have felt that the extra support on the battlefield would help bring the war to an end sooner. Finally, a large amount of the Canadian population recently emigrated from Europe; they would feel compelled to help their originating countries during the War. Those are reasons why an individual would believe that the military service act was