Canadian soldiers arrived home with 43,000 war brides and 21,000 children, and this signaled the start of the ‘baby boom,’ which would be at its most prolific in the decade after 1945. After making an extremely valuable contribution to the war effort, most women returned to the home. However, important inroads towards changing the traditional role of women had been made. Reacting to growing families, technological and industrial age, and virtually full employment, patterns of life also began to change. Canadians increasingly moved to cities and suburbs, purchased cars, and bought new products such as televisions and electric fridges at the shopping centre’s that began to appear.
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.
Informative Speech St. Jude Research Hospital Specific Purpose: To persuade my audience that St. Jude Research Hospital is most worthy of their donation of time or money. Central Idea: Many charities are deserving of support, but St Jude is truly special. Everything they do for these children makes their lives and their family’s lives just a little bit easier. Organization: PROBLEM-SOLUTION Introduction I. (Attention-getter) As a child, you may remember going to school, seeing your friends and living life freely without a doubt in your mind.
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.
Robert Young of Liquidnet Canada said, the merge wave inspired the patriotic feeling of Canadians, like what did by Singapore stock exchange group. But some person didn’t agree with them because of almost 40% shareholders of TMX are not Canada citizen. Until July of this year, Maple Group finally successful merged with TMX by purchasing a minimum of 70% and a maximum of 80% at 50 per share of the TMX Group. This merge brings both benefits and hurdles. First, we look at the benefit to TMX group.
You go down to the states on the fourth of July, you could drive all across the country from the north to the south and the west to the east, there’d be fireworks and parties of all sorts, to celebrate their country. Now drive through Canada on the first of July, there will be gatherings, and a few fireworks, to celebrate our country, just because we don’t throw huge, elaborate parties doesn’t mean we don’t have pride in our country. We are very humble when it comes to talking about ourselves and our country. We celebrate a little everyday by taking pride in what may seem like the little things. Some will say hockey is the Canadian identity, some may agree or disagree, but those people could be right, sports is something so easy to take pride in, there’s nothing better than gathering with a few close friends and watching the world juniors knowing that half the country is glued to the TV cheering for the exact same thing you are.
Some of my family came to America from Guyana with close to nothing, but over time through hard work, ambition, and patience they were able to support the younger generations of us. They made sure we had the opportunities that they did not have when they were growing up. Just making sure my family could make it to this country is a big part of the reason why we can now live and prosper in peace. This is why I would like to work for the federal government and give directly back to this country and help to make it a better place and stronger
I am determined to obtain all of the experience and knowledge that it is required to get to where I want to be when I am older. Since I became a certified medical assistant, my eligibility has given me the opportunity to work with kids and some of the most amazing doctors I have met at a pediatrics office. People my age usually complain about having to work and not being able to have all the free time they used to, but I love what I do. As people say, if you love what you do you will never have to work a day in your life. I have great ambition to do what it takes to succeed in my life as a doctor because I have great passion for it and I do not see myself being anything else but a
This is very big accomplishment for CNIB because by providing these opportunities and make its patients (visually impaired people) fell like that they are like other human beings. CNIB has been serving more than seventeen thousand clients and has more than ten thousand volunteers. It has also made it possible for visually impaired people to travel free; this includes free air, train and bus tickets. CNIB policies are that they should educate children or youth who are visually impaired; Canadians who are print disabled should have the same level of library service as their sighted peers. Lastly, they want to provide all the services that a visually impaired person needs.
Created in 1970, socialized health plans provide free public healthcare. Every patient receives free hospital care, free doctor’s visits, free medicine, and free surgery while in the hospital. Socialized medicine is so well known and regarded that Canada’s healthcare system has long been looked upon as a perfect example of what socialized medicine should be and it was even awarded the international award for excellence in 1993. Even though Canada’s Healthcare plan has had such a positive history it is now becoming plagued with endless problems. Some of these problems include lack of supplies, doctors, beds, and very long waiting periods for medical attention and medicine.