Secondly, The Balfour Report allowed Canada to receive autonomy and gave Canada equal status with Britain for creating laws. (Cranny p.55/56) This was one of the biggest steps for Canada to become more self-sufficient. It makes more sense that the elected members would be in charge of running the country. After all, the citizens did not vote for British representatives to set the laws. It would have
But at the same time if a Canadian has the civic right to have access to healthcare, it still would beat our current system. In our current healthcare system health is like a privilege, the ones who have access to money are able to enjoy this privilege. The people who has no access to health care has to wait and ignore small health issues until they turn to be a debilitating health issue for them. At the same time if a national healthcare is in place and everyone has the right to have access to it, it would not only diminish the chronic health problems which is the dire lack of access to healthcare, but also leads to less visits to physician
Having our senators being reformed would also help create a diverse and a representative body. Senators better capture, and express (cwf.ca). Senators should be elected after a reform; they are able to devote more time to committee work. Therefore, having senators reform and chosen by Canadians is a good thing, because we want the people who are going to be the ones making decisions for us also be part of our country as well, and it’s also a great way to keep our country diverse and responsible. Why stop something that is been carrying on for a long time, and break tradition?
Nonprofit versus for-profit healthcare and organizations analyze the characteristics of each type of organization and the factors that impact operations: “As tax-exempt organizations, nonprofit healthcare providers have a duty of serving communities and providing care without regard for a patient's ability to pay. The financial bottom line of nonprofits is covered by charging more to patients who can pay bills, to cover those who can't. For-profit providers look at healthcare as a business, with a financial bottom line that produces profits distributed to shareholders. There is no clear evidence that nonprofit hospitals or for-profit hospitals as a whole are better than the other. A 2002 Canadian study of 26,000 U.S. hospitals, found that for-profit hospitals had a 2 percent higher mortality rate than nonprofit hospitals.
Healthcare in Canada is publicly funded and subsidized by tax dollars. Meaning every tax-paying citizen is contributing to the healthcare of all people who utilize available services, regardless of their lifestyle, and whether they care about their bodies or have respect for others. Not everyone entering an emergency department is of sound mind, respectful or courteous to others. Convicted criminals, pedophiles, gangsters all utilize the public healthcare system. Creating a moral dilemma for nurses and healthcare professionals, who have to put their own feelings aside to treat the patient with respect and dignity.
It boasts of the best hospitals, research institutions and competent and highly skilled personnel in the world, yet it is among the countries that perform poorly amongst industrialized nations in terms of long-term care. Its healthcare system is inefficient, bureaucratic, and divided. This has been contributed by misconceptions across the American population concerning healthcare issues (Malhotra, 2010). Some of these are: U.S. has the best healthcare system globally; healthcare rationing is impossible in America; many migrants are in the United States because of healthcare; immigrants are the cause of rising healthcare costs and socialized medicine is not
How the government affects your quality of life in Canada and Who Ville Canada has a fairly left winged government, so it has this desire to take care of everyone in the country and keep everything at peace. That’s why we have laws and the charter of rights and freedoms to protect our rights and freedoms. We pay taxes to the government for them to provide us with social programs that meet our basics needs. The government structure of Canada is set up in a way that each branch of government watches over each other and that no one political party will take complete control of the country, and it is the people that make the decisions. The government respect the rights of people and satisfy the people’s needs.
Time and time again, trough out the past several decades, North American Government has intervened in a attempt to improve the social and economic life of their people. Yet even with all their ‘esforso’, social and economic problem still ‘se espalhando’ in a massive scale. As a resolve, Canada and United States understand only one thing. Government Intervention can be ineffective and misplaced in many ways. These can be describe as government failure, in many different causes.
hat can you do to help fight for those whose rights are being abused locally, nationwide or even globally? Mahatma Gandhi says that when the law is unjust, it is only right to disobey. Many people around the world have their rights abused or don’t have any rights at all. If we don’t stand up for them, then we fail as human beings. Canada is a very great country because we practice equality and multiculturalism.
With all the facts showing how much the decriminalization of marijuana would help benefit individuals, society and the government it is unclear as to why there are prohibitions put in place against the use of marijuana. It would be an overall great profit if marijuana were made legalized because it is such a growing industry that is not going to leave. Marijuana benefits individuals with serious and fatal illnesses and when compared to tobacco and alcohol it has less harsh health risks. There is no reason why marijuana should be illegal in Canada and it would only help benefit the majority of people if it were declared legal. As marijuana is a large part of Canadian society the issue needs to be addressed with an open