Academic Papers on Canadian Studies

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This 12 page report discusses a Canadian company that wants to establish a production facility in another country. Issues ranging from transportation costs to the cultural background of native workers must be considered. Aside from selling products, an expansion in the actual business relationships between Canada and other nations requires that a number of concerns be addressed. ...

This 5 page paper focuses on employees in Canada's hotels. Union and non-union laborers are compared and issues such as wages , job security and scheduling are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 7 page paper provides an overview of the document and argues that the charter is too lenient and obstructs justice. Canadian crime is looked at as well. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A 6 page paper discussing the drop in voter turnout over the past 30 years and offering some insights into factors that may contribute to voter apathy. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 13-page paper covers various issues relating to Canada's CRTC including legislation, telecommunications issues and spectrum issues. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This is a 3 page paper discussing business and the Government of Canada relations. Historically, the Canadian government maintained a close relationship with businesses within Canada in that for the large part the Canadian government controlled and owned most of the major business sectors within the country such as natural resources, agriculture, and the transport ...

This 15 page paper is to some extent about religious persecution. The history of the Sikhs in Canada is discussed along with the their fight to wear their turbans in a variety of situations. The harsh treatment of the Sikhs is discussed along with the significance of their heritage. Bibliography lists 13 sources. ...

This is a 3 page paper discussing business and government in Canada in regards to government intervention, business relations, the roles of elites and regulation. The history of Canadian business involves a great amount of government intervention within the business industry to the extent that most historical Canadian business ventures are those which had high ...

This is a 3 page paper discussing Canadian business and the natural environment. The core of Canada’s natural and environmental resource industries are considered to be forestry, mining, agriculture, energy and fishing and in addition to promoting international trade and business, many industries which are natural-resource based are also involved in sustainable development which maintains ...

This is a 3 page paper discussing the relationship of the Canadian business elites and the Canadian government. The Canadian business elites have always very much been a part of the Canadian government policy decisions. Historically, the Canadian government was involved directly within the national industries especially the transportation, agricultural and those businesses associated with ...

Business Law in Canada

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This 4 page paper examines business law as it exists in Canada. Several issues are broached including contract law and professional liability. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

This 5 page paper examines the problem of toxic waste and general environmental concerns. Environment Canada and legislation is discussed. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A 5 page paper which examines the themes of survival and power as seen in Charlotte Gray’s Canada: A Portrait in Letters. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

This 9 page paper argues that with the formation of the Charter of Rights the Supreme Court in Canada has become an active political actor. The paper considers the traditional separation of the powers, and the direction that influence may occur, and then considers the Supreme Court against this structure, before looking at the ...

An 11 page overview of the factors influencing Canadian election of leaders. The author provides an overview of the governmental structure which is in place and outlines the factors which have the potential to result in adverse incentives in elections. The power of the media and special interest groups is emphasized. Bibliography ...

This 5 page paper considers the issue of the economic and legal status of women in Canada. This paper considers women of all ages, cultural groups and different regions of Canada, and relates legal changes to the premise set forth in Nunavut, where gender parity is a legal directive. Bibliography lists 5 sources. ...

This is an 8 page paper discussing the concept of promissory estoppel as a shield and not a sword in consideration of Canadian legal cases. Promissory estoppel is a legal term based upon a principle where someone who has relied upon a gratuitous promise may be able to enforce it and based on one definition ...

This 3 page paper reports on 3 articles that concern the Canadian judicial system, which focus on the increases in the victim surcharge penalty and how the canadian judiciary is responding to the legal requirement that paying this fine is mandatory for all offenders. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A 8 page paper which examines how the status of women has evolved over the past 200 years and considered within the context of the present system. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

This is a 7 page paper discussing juvenile delinquency and victimization in relation to societal norms, and peer and familial groups. The definition of deviance has changed over the centuries and what were once considered acts of demonic possession in regards to criminal action are now considered violent reactions to elements within society. Juvenile delinquents ...

This is a 7 page paper discussing the recent deregulation and privatization of the Ontario hydro electricity market. Canada’s largest energy producer, the province of Ontario, has begun the process of deregulation and privatization of its energy industry in compliance with the Ontario Energy Competition Act passed in 1998 which gave the energy utilities to ...

This 7 page report discusses social and legal issues associated with new reproductive technologies such as surrogate mother arrangements and in-vitro fertilization. Is it possible to write a commercial contract for a baby? Can a man buy his own child? Who owns the frozen embryos of a dead woman; can they be willed to third parties? ...

An 8 page paper that begins by reporting the 1984 Canada Health Act, including the principles incorporated into that Act. The writer comments on the disparity of services from province to province. Due to rising costs, a new structure emerged, the Regional Health Authority. The paper comments on the effectiveness and efficiency of this ...

This is a 6 page paper discussing important periods in the development of Canadian society. The development of Canada as a society has taken place over several stages; perhaps the most important being the period from the 1840s through the 1860s which led to Confederation and the development of the Dominion of Canada by the ...

This 3 page paper discusses the problem of prostitution in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and the efforts of social workers to help the prostitutes. It also discusses the city’s efforts to get rid of them, and the fact that prostitution is legal in Canada. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

A 12 page paper detailing the history behind the Quebec Independence Movement. Its origins reach far back in history and the movement, though much weakened today, is still a hope of many citizens of Quebec. If the separatism were successful there would be many differences in the way Quebec deals with Canada as well as ...

A 12 page research paper/essay on this novel and how its aesthetics and style contribute to an emotional appeal that appears to be equally strong for both adolescents and adults, regardless of whether they are Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal. This examination shows that the novel’s appeal lies in the author’s narrative style, but also in the ...

A 10 page paper which discusses the history and influence of the African Canadians in Nova Scotia. For several hundred years there have been Africans in Nova Scotia. Many of them went to Nova Scotia because they were promised land and freedom, when the reality was that they were put into the same lifestyle, the lifestyle of slavery, that ...

7 pages. Simon Fraser was an explorer who discovered what was thought to be the Columbia River but is now known as the Fraser River. The harrowing and dangerous experiences this explorer and his men went through are almost beyond belief. This paper gives an assessment of Simon Fraser, his character, and ...

A 3 page essay that discusses how Canadian authors Michael Ondaatje and Sky Lee in their novels In the Skin of a Lion and Disappearing Moon Café offer narratives that portray immigrant experience in Canadian history. Ondaatje tells the story of Macedonian and Greek workmen who built the bridges, buildings and other structures that transformed ...

A 9 page research paper/essay that contrasts and compares 2 boos on Canadian history. Two books, Doug Owram's Born at the Right Time: A History of the Baby-Boom Generation (University of Toronto Press, 1996) and Alvin Finkel's Our Lives, Canada after 1945 (Lorimer, 1997) offer very different perspectives on life was like for the majority ...

An 8 page research paper exploring Canada: its history, natural resources, economy, and politics. Essay concludes with a recommendation as to whether or not to invest in the country. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

A 12 page review of the history of fluctuations in Canada's immigration policies throughout the 20th century and their relationship to economic considerations tied to world-wide and national booms and recessions, demographic trends, unemployment, and citizen opinion. The ways in which immigrants affect spending for social services versus what they may contribute in labor, ...

This 16 page paper provides a history of Canada's farming policies from the 1970s through 2000. Many issues are addressed including but not limited to trade policy, government intervention, competition, increases in technology, expenses of transport, border disputes and the demise of the family farm. Recommendations are made for the future of farming in Canada. ...

This 5 page paper looks at the history and prospects of the forest products sector in Canada by looking at both general market conditions as well the situation of individual companies using both discussion and statistics. The bibliography cites 4 sources.

A 5 page discussion of the friction which exists in Canada between the French Canadian component of the country and those who descended from the English. Examines the contention presented by David Bell in "The Roots of Disunity: A Study of Canadian Political Culture" that Canada has not unified ideology or sense of nationalism. ...

This 10 page paper looks at the abortion issue in both countries. Attention is paid to law and regulations that restrict or prohibit abortions. A brief history is provided for each country. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

This 5 page paper documents the role of women in Canadian history, with a focus on sociological explanations for events. Parr's 1990 study on two Canadian towns is highlighted. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

A paper which looks at the history of the Sikh community in Canada, from its beginnings as a group of migrant workers in the early twentieth century to its development as a fully enfranchised subcultural group within the majority. The paper considers the origins of Sikhism in the Punjab, the cultural and religious ideology which ...

This 10 page report discusses the economic, social, and political history of the various trade agreements and practices that have taken place between Canada and the United States in the past fifty years. Currently, the implications related to the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and the Canada Free Trade Agreement (FTA) for Canadian organizations have been undeniably significant ...

This 7 page report discusses Canadian Parents for French, a nationwide network of volunteers which believes that French is an essential component of the history and culture of Canada. The group is dedicated to the promotion and creation of French second language learning opportunities for young Canadians. It is the largest group of its kind and its members believe: “It should ...

This is a 5 page paper discussing communication processes within the RCMP. Within the last decade, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) initiated a communications plan introduced by the External Review Committee which would increase communications internally in the organization and externally with the public and emergency personnel. Since the introduction of the plan several ...

This 6 page paper examines a chapter written by Janine Brody. The chapter explores Canada's National Policy during the 1800s. An overview of the article and author's main points are conveyed. The URL attached to the chapter is provided in the bibliography. No additional sources cited.

This is an 8 page paper comparing two different articles by Canadian historians on the Seven Years’ War. Two articles by Canadian historians Peter MacLeod (The University of Ottawa) and Ian Steele (The University of Western Ontario) give two different perspectives on the Seven Years’ War in United States and Canada between the years 1756-1763. ...

A 15 page paper discussing some of the problems of teaching English writing to foreign-born students. Much of the EFL teaching of the past in both Canada and the US has been that of adapting everything but the native language to the conventions of the West, without regard for the vast cultural differences either ...

A 7 page paper that compares and contrasts the educational systems and the health care systems in the U.S. and Canada. There are many similarities in the educational system in the two countries. The health care systems, however, are vastly different. These are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

This 8 page paper explores violence against women, particularly as it exists in Canada. Statistics ar provided and theories about causation are included. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A 7 page discussion of the educational and healthcare systems of the United States and Canada. Points out the shortcomings and discrepancies of each system but maintains that while there are differences in formats, Canada and the U.S. most often run neck and neck in the quality of their educational programs as well as ...

This is a 10 page paper discussing minority immigrants living in poverty and the relation to education and employment. Within the last decade, increasing high levels of poverty have been recorded in the minority and recent immigrant populations in Canada and the United States. In Canada, recent immigrants make up over 52% of those under ...

This is a 7 page paper discussing the need for the separation of church and state in the educational system in Canada. Most provinces in Canada struggle with the incorporation of church and state in the educational system. Historically, the allowance for funding to religious based school systems can be traced back before Confederation and ...

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