Summarizes the themes and conflicts presented in “Canadian Families: Diversity, Conflict and Change” regarding the family of contemporary society.
Outline of the strategy and policies that would best fulfill the interests of the aboriginal people of Canada.
Addresses the question which asks why the Canadian colonies of Great Britain decided to remain neutral during the American Revolution.
Historical account of the development of property and real estate in Canada from 1900 to 1930.
Discusses the impact Canada’s recent fiscally conservative economic policies have had on social programs.
Discusses the possible negative fallout of an increase in Canadian-American economic integration.
Discussion of the ineffectiveness of Canadian privacy laws and policies with regard to the internet and electronic databases.
Discussion of Canadian Legislation regarding child pornography on the internet, the effectivness of those laws ,and the enforceability of those laws.
Argues that the Canadian government has begun to shed its socialist programs in favor of a more free-market approach to economics.
Summarizes and review’s Ken Osborne’s article on Canadian education.