Why Canada Should Consider A Tuition-Free Future Here in Canada, we are entitled to many different privileges. We have the right to freedom of speech, tons of job security and job regulations to keep us safe, and even free health care. But why are we still playing for an education past a high school diploma? As Canadians we have the right to a free post-secondary education Its an imperative time that should be spent growing and making choices for your future, in the next few upcoming years it will be essential to getting a job and the fear of debt should not be an ultimatum in the decision of going to college or university. Since the cost of tuition has reached such a high in Canada, students who are choosing against a post-secondary education are missing out on a largely important social experience.
There are many different groups of people who make up their community: residents of the four houses, those who work and volunteer there, neighbors in the "West Bend" area of Toronto, former residents of Romero House who stay involved, and many supporters. Romano: Slide 7: Why we Need Immigrants Canada needs immigrants because they are different, and that something extra they add to the country helps the economy, culture and society. They are hard-working people because they want to have a better life for themselves or their families. It takes courage to raise your self in search of a better life in a bigger/better community. Those with the most bravery have the most to gain.
The Mennonites, Amish and Quakers kept close knit communities as well, but there was a slight difference in Quebec. What is the French question in Quebec and how did it affect their education? Is this really a diversity issue? I contend that it is. French Canadians were absolutely sure they would lose their language and culture if they ventured into mainstream Canada, so many French Canadians remained employed in the traditional jobs of agriculture, mining and forestry.
Case Analysis Canadian Blood Services I. Introduction Canadian Blood Services (CBS) has a reputation that makes people feel comfortable in knowing that when they donate blood there will be professionals that will take care of them and they receive the satisfaction of knowing they are saving lives. It is this good feeling that brings donors into clinics to donate. However, Canadian Blood Services faces challenges in recruiting new blood donors and require increase donation collections to keep up with the growing demand for blood. II.
We take great pride in providing all our citizens with the means to carry on with daily life and are guaranteed with our Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Being a first generation Canadian, the topic of Canada’s own culture is very interesting to me. My family and I are part our Canada’s multicultural community. We are able to keep our cultural values alive in Canada and have a right to do so, which is what makes us Canadians. It is not good when Canada as a nation is considered a product of Americanization, and when people consider Canada to not have its own culture.
Being in the military is not a very easy career. There are many things that we do in the military that many people will never understand, but they need to be done in order to protect the many freedoms that we enjoy in this country. Because of this, it is very difficult to earn an education in the military, but with a little commitment and a lot of encouragement, it can be done. “President Obama has charged every US citizen and military service member with the responsibility to create that better nation, through individual education.” (Miller, 2009). It can be very hard sometimes to take classes because of the military.
Canadians have been trying to overrule Aboriginals beliefs for years. The Aboriginals believe they should be able to hunt and fish as much as they want, whenever they want to. Well they were here first so it only makes sense to me. Isn’t it said “first come first serve”? So if this is true they should be able to live their life they way they want to not they way we tell them to.
So for this day we do all different things to show respect and let them know that we are thankful for them. Veterans have worked hard to keep our country a safe place to live. It is not easy to do what they do on a daily basics’. They leave their family and friends behind from months to months sometimes even from year to year. That is not an easy thing to especially if you have a girlfriend, wife, or kids.
“Why work and learning in Canada must account for Canadian realities and management perspectives.” We currently live in an education-based society where there were once multitudes of production jobs and the average single income family could live comfortably in the middle income tax bracket. Unions were the norm and ensured that jobs were mostly secure, stable, and plentiful. A person could start work for a factory or company soon after they finished high school and remain with the same company for their entire career until they retirement. Today, however, this is not the case; the realities of the Canadian workplace within the global economy have changed where the employer no longer values his workforce, and the employee has no job stability
In addition, the States had socially influenced Canada greatly, in terms of culture. Canada did gain some political independence, hampered by the fact that Canada depended on the United States for much of its social and economic success. Canada’s prime minister, Mackenzie King, did not follow the regular rules set by Britain. Instead he refused to send Canadian troops with Britain to invade Turkey in 1922. (Cranny p.55) Normally, when Britain went to war, Canada would automatically be at war as well, but King took a big step in not following orders from the mother country.