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ECONOMIC GROWTH. Expanding Immigration. Canadians are known for their
generosity, compassion and acceptance. In part, this is because. Canada's
cultural diversity and ...

Some Thoughts on Bijuralism in Canada and the World

Bijuralism in Canada and the world. 1. SOME THOUGHTS ON. BIJURALISM IN
CANADA AND THE WORLD. By Marie-Claude Gervais,. Legal Counsel, Office of
La Francophonie,. Civil Law and Corporate, Management Sector,. Department of
Justice Canada. By Marie-France Séguin,. Special Counsel—Civil Law,.

Canada made great contributions and sacrifices in the First World ...

Canada made great contributions and sacrifices in the First World War. Our many
achievements on the battlefield were capped by a three-month stretch of victories
at the end of the war during what came to be known as “The Last Hundred Days.”
The Western Front. The First World War was fought from 1914 to. 1918 and ...

Updating Canada's Tentative List for World Heritage Sites

INTRODUCTION. The Government of Canada is updating Canada's Tentative
List for World Heritage Sites, an inventory of natural and cultural heritage
properties with strong potential to be inscribed on the World Heritage List. World
Heritage Sites represent some of humanity's most outstanding achievements and
nature's ...

INTRODUCTION During the Second World War, the role of women ...

INTRODUCTION. During the Second World War, the role of women in. Canadian
society changed dramatically. Canada needed women to pitch in and support the
war effort from their homes, to work at jobs that were traditionally held by men,
and to serve in the military. Canadian women enthusiastically embraced their
new ...

Canadian First and Second World War Memorials in France

Visit the Vimy Ridge National Historic Site of Canada and the Beaumont-Hamel
Newfoundland Memorial. National Historic Site of Canada, where Canadian
guides will show you preserved First World War battlefields, tunnels and trenches
where Canadians and. Newfoundlanders served in the First World War, many.

Canada in a New Maritime World LEADMARK 2050

the world. And we are among the world's most active states in the international
community. No nation alone can ensure the integrity of the global system, but few
have more reason than Canada to play a role in defending it. Protecting the
global system, collectively with like-minded nations, is essential to Canadians'
way of ...

First World War Service Numbers Guide

The Regimental Number List of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) is a
guide which links a soldier's regiment number to his assigned military unit. With
the military unit's name, a researcher can then search the War Diaries of the First
World War. Please note, however, that many soldiers were transferred to other
units ...

INTRODUCTION Canada officially entered the Second World War ...

INTRODUCTION. Canada officially entered the Second World War on.
September 10, 1939, and continued at war for nearly six years. The struggle
involved virtually the whole country and made enormous demands on the
Canadian people, whether they were involved in the actual fighting or remained
on the home front to ...


AND IN THE WORLD. For 150 years, generations of Canadians have come
together to build our country brick by brick, block by block, from coast to coast to
coast. We are a country of millions of immigrants, refugees and Indigenous
Peoples, bound by a spirit of daring, hard work and ingenuity. In Budget 2017, we
move ...

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