Canada

Western Canada Concept

The Western Canada Concept is a separatist party led by Alberta lawyer Doug Christie. The party is devoted to a peaceful secession of the four Western provinces and the two territories from Canada. By means of four referenda held in each respective western province, the Western Canada Concept would establish an independent nation. A wide […]

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Canada

Canada Canada, is the world’s second largest country and it is the largest country in the Western Hemisphere. It comprises all of the North American continent north of the United States, with the exclusion of Alaska, Greenland, and the tiny French islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon. Its most easterly point is Cape Spear, Newfoundland […]

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Electoral Reform in Canada

The issue of electoral reform has become more important than ever in Canada in recent years as the general public has come to realize that our current first-past-the-post, winner-take-all system, formally known as single-member plurality (SMP) has produced majority governments of questionable legitimacy. Of the major democracies in the world, Canada, the United States, and […]

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The Green Party of Canada

Jarret MacDonald Political Studies 102 G. Germain March 31, 1997 Canada had nine registered political parties in the 1993 federal election. Each one of these parties was trying to place their candidates into Parliament as members. In this particular election there were the usual dominating parties that ran, the Liberals and Conservatives. Also vying for […]

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Western Canada Concept

The Western Canada Concept The Western Canada Concept is a separatist party led by Alberta lawyer Doug Christie. The party is devoted to a peaceful secession of the four Western provinces and the two territories from Canada. By means of four referenda held in each respective western province, the Western Canada Concept would establish an […]

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Canada’s Presence in Afghanistan

Canada’s presence in Afghanistan has enhanced various humanitarian organizations and the United Nations to analyze their legality in the war. However, the set objectives that they are poised to achieve in Afghanstan prompt their legality in the region. Ideally, the mission of Canada is humanitarian in nature. As such, it is Canada’s national interest to […]

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Canada’s Foreign Policy

The post 9/11 period and the past five years have witnessed a change in the strategy that Canada takes in its foreign policy and an increasing debate in Canada’s foreign policy. Although there has been considerable aspects indicating romanticism in Canada’s foreign policy, it has always been clear that Canada has always prioritized its interests […]

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Canada’s current Foreign Policy

Introduction After the invasion in Iraq in 2003, the country has become a power vacuum. It seems that the government has decided to redirect the foreign policy, so as to gain political opportunities, as well as to develop fresh economy, which is coming out on the world’s stage. The political leaders are being tempted to […]

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The Canadian government to show interest in tobacco control policies

In a restaurant, a mall, an office and even any school, thirty years ago a smoker could light up a cigarette in any one of these. However, today this is not the case, as smoking is barely permitted in any public places in Canada. Since the 1970’s Canadians have become more educated as to the […]

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Canada’s Anti-Terrorism Act – Terrorism Protection and Fundamental Freedoms

On the morning of September 11, 2001, the Western World stood still. The death of thousands on American soil caused a ripple effect so wide the international community continues to experience the social, economic and political ramifications close to four years later. The ‘911’ attacks, led by a militant Islamist group (Al Qaeda), were the […]

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