Louis Riel is a glorious Canadian due to the documents he wrote which promoted equality and active participation in society for Metis and First Nations. For instance, in 1869 Riel wrote the List of Rights for First Nations. This document emphasized equality and rights for First Nations. This included equal rights for First Nations to participate in society, such as the right to vote, claim land, and maintain language and culture. In this list, Riel truly fought for all First Nations and Metis to be considered equals within society.
For these reasons Trudeau is without doubt one of the greatest Canadian’s of the 20th century. Pierre Elliot Trudeau had numerous accomplishments throughout his career which played an important role in Canadian politics. In 1969 Pierre Trudeau passed the Official Languages Act making French and English the two official languages of Canada. Trudeau believed that “all Canadians should capitalize on the advantage of living in a country which has learned to speak in two great world languages” (Craats, 21). This act enabled the law to give English and French equal status in the Canadian government.
We could not have Kept History without Canadian Talent Throughout the years, Canada has overcome many fears, faults, victories, battles, hardships and countries. Not only did the world come to know Canada as the great peacemaker, but also through Canadian broadcasting. The CBC and NFB helped preserve the identity of French-Canadians not only in broadcasting works but also in forming the way the culture itself is preserved. French-Canadians play a big part as well. It all started in 1929, the Royal Commission on Broadcasting (the Aird Commission) was known to ensure that Canada's cultural identity is reflected in the radio programming available to Canadians.
Canada is renowned for their peacekeepers and no other country is considered more peaceful. In the 21st Century, we see expressions of the Canadian Identity every day. Elements of the Canadian Identity are liberalized immigration policy, a policy of multiculturalism, a commitment to bilingualism, the Canadian Bill of Rights, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, a commitment to peacekeeping and a commitment to protecting and promoting Canadian culture. Whenever the question of “What does it mean to be Canadian?” arises, you often hear the words multiculturalism, freedom, hockey, democracy and family. Canada is a land where multicultural societies live side by side in harmony with minor irritations here and there.
One way to allow the citizens to do that, is vote for who they want to run their country, as long as you are over 18 and a Canadian citizen. Also, not everywhere has the ability to do this. Canada wanted to make people feel accepted by having things the people’s way and, the government wants people involved. The government wanted all citizens to be involved so that they had a say and were accepted and happy with how things
Essay#2 Komagata Maru “O,Canada ,our home and native land…”. Canada is one of the most countries that people want to emigrant to it. There are many reasons for why people emigrant to Canada which most of it for having better life, getting better job, and living in a peas without war. Today, Canada known as a multiculturalism country which a result of the immigration who come from everywhere in the worked, and also has equality between the citizens, and it has freedom. However, in the past Canadian history had many incidents for people who suffered from racism and how Canadian government look to them inferior.
What were the 5 most important contributions this individual made to Canada and explain why you felt these were the most important contributions? 1) The Man Who Helped Make Canada the Country It Is Today 2) The man who supported confederation 3) He was the father of confederation 4) He was the first prime minister 5) He made a lot of achievements in Canada which helps us today and did in the past.. I think these were the most important contributions sir John Alexander Macdonald made because… 1) He is the man who helped make Canada the country it is today. He helped Canada because in 1854 no party was capable of governing for a long time, but Sir John Alexander Macdonald agreed to a proposal from his political rival George Brown. He said that the parties unite in a Great Coalition to seek confederation and political reform.
Frederick the Great Frederick II reigned for more than 45 years. During this reign he established a reputation as a brilliant military commander, played a key role in European politics, increased Prussia’s territory, and earned admiration of many European intellectuals, like Voltaire. He later earned the name Frederick the Great due to his many accomplishments. Frederick the Great is also known as an “enlightened despot” because he supported the progressive ideas and reforms of the period of history called the “Enlightenment.” Frederick II was the son of Frederick William, ruler of Prussia. At a young age, Frederick William made sure that his son was trained in the art of war, but Frederick II had little interest in learning.
My first one is that if you feel pride in other Canadians’ achievements (ex. A Canadian winning gold at the Olympics) and in turn feel a greater sense of Nationalism, then you have internalized your feelings of nationalism. When the discovery of a treatment for diabetes that helped many people with diabetes and which was discovered by Fredrick Banting and Charles Best. There is the biggest tree called the Carmanah Giant home of some of the oldest and tallest trees in the country. Famous for its mammoth trees and the tallest known tree in Canada.
Also includes writings of foreigners, of travellers, of immigrants & of emigrants (whose most articulate lit. emotion was their thankfulness to get hell out of Canada. * Canadian cultural phenomena- not peculiarly Canadian, but are typical of their wider North American & Western contexts. * Notion of ‘Genius’- “Genius” is as much, and as essentially, a matter of social context as it is of individual character. Lit.