Research Papers on Canadian Studies

Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.

  • Lessons Learned from the Somalia Inquiry

    This 3 page paper discusses the Somalia Inquiry into the actions of the Canadian Airborne Regiment in Somalia, and what Canada has learned from it. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Sexual Behaviors: At Risk Canadian Youth

    This literature review pertains to research studies that have addressed topics related to risky sexual behaviors and Canadian adolescents. Eight pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Communication Barriers to Emergency Medical Services to Homeless, Transsexuals, and Prostitutes

    In six pages this tutorial discusses Emergency Medical Services communications in Ontario and Toronto and considers the barriers to access among such populations as the homeless, transsexuals, and prostitutes. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Discrimination in Canadian Employment: An Outline of the Problem and Possible Solutions

    This 6 page paper addresses the topic of racism and discrimination in the workplace in Canada. An abstract is included. Solutions for the problem are provided. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Canada and Hockey's Culture of Violence

    In six pages this paper discusses the violent aspects of hockey, which is an important component in Canadian culture. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Canada's Great Depression

    In four pages this paper examines the causes of Canada's Great Depression in a discussion that includes 1930s' social policies.

  • Biodiversity Ecosystems and Humans - Canada

    This essay has two major parts. The first is a review of biodiversity, ecosystems, and human health. The essays discusses the comprehensive ecosystem plan put in place by the Canadian government. The second part focuses on a research study and uses some of the government's strategic outcomes as targets. There are fourteen sources used in this twenty-one page paper

  • GST of Canada

    In eight pages this paper examines the effects of Canada's January of 1991 implementation of a Goods and Services Tax. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Parr, Sutherland, and Bullen Article Analysis on Urban and Rural Children's Labor and Economic Responsibilities

    In ten pages the labor and economic responsibilities of children in working class and rural farm families are examined within the context of John Bullen's 'Hidden Worker Child Labour and the Family Economy in Late Nineteenth-Century Urban Ontario,' Neil Sutherland's chapter 'The Working Lives of Modern Pioneers,' and Joy Parr's chapter 'Apprentice or Adopted.' Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Canadian Indigenous Children

    This paper pertains to the Truth and Reconciliation Report and child protection services. Three pages in length, ten sources are cited.

  • Canadian Hockey and Canada

    In a report of ten pages the Americanization of hockey is explored along with Canada's efforts to keep its national pastime Canadian. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • British Columbia and Salmon Farms

    A 7 page research paper that examines salmon aquaculture, focusing on the experience of British Columbia, summarizing the issues and the arguments on both sides of this volatile debate. Looking at these issues shows that benefits of salmon farming outweigh the deficits when the ecological problems that have arisen from fish farming are dealt with adequately. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • The Governmental Approach to Providing Alternative Services in Canada

    Five pages and five sources used. This paper provides an overview of the methods for providing alternative services in in areas where government subsidized services are already provided. This paper considers the fact that many alternative services are being partially funded and that state activity can have an impact on the availability of these services. This paper considers one example, the range of services provided for women who are the victims of domestic violence and their children.

  • Projections for the Universal Health Care System in Canada

    7 pages and six sources used. This paper considers the existing status of the universal or national health care system in Canada and attempts to show how this system can survive in the presence of questions of regarding the maintaining of this system. This paper looks at the significance of national health funding for women's health issues and suggests that even in the midst of the call for budgetary cuts, this segment of the health care system should remain the same.

  • The Canadian Electoral System Should be Reformed

    Reform of the Canadian Electoral system is discussed along with suggested reforms. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • The October 2007 Ontario Election: A View of Electoral Reform

    This 5 page paper provides an overview of the proposed electoral reform measure, which was based on the desire of some to move from a First-Past-the-Post (FPTP) voting system to a mixed member proportional representation system (MMP). Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Banking and Canada's International Status

    In six pages Canada's banking industry is examines with the effects of the 1998 and 1998 events discussed with an emphasis upon acquisitions, mergers, and the realm of international banking. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Canadian Dental Hygiene, Aging, and the Media

    In nine pages this paper examines dental hygiene with regards to the Canadian elderly and the role of the media. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Approaches to Conflict Management

    In five pages the techniques of conflict management that are practiced by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are examined with a discussion of the Alternative Dispute Resolution conflict management program. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Canada's Global Views on Foreign Policy

    16 pages and 15 sources used. This paper provides an overview of Canada's foreign policy decisions, which focus on the application of an ideology that cannot possibly be maintained by the state of Canada's military. This paper relates the global views inherent in the foreign policy in Canada, and suggests that while the rhetorical perspectives may be global, the outcomes appear to exclude Canada from global discourse. Because of the lack of willingness in the government to expand the military, there is an increasing isolationist perspective becoming prevalent in this country.

  • Backwoods of Canada by Catharine Parr Traill

    This five page book report relates the author's impressions and experiences of life in Canada as an emigrant during the 1830s.

  • New Brunswick, Canada's Zinc Industry

    New Brunswick, Canada's zinc industry is the focus of this tutorial consisting of eight pages.

  • Economic Equity and Efficiency of Treatment as They Relate to Acid Rain

    In a paper consisting of ten pages Canada's acid rain problem is examined and efficiency along with equity economic theories are applied to the issue. There are also policy analyses, an historical overview and recommended improvements also offered. There are ten bibliographic sources cited.

  • Drinking, Driving, Moral and Legal Obligations

    In eight pages this paper examines Canada and the U.S. in a consideration of the legal and moral obligations involved with drinking and driving. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Thomas King/Medicine River and Canadian Literature

    A 3 page research paper that discusses how Thomas King’s novel Medicine River is an example of Native Canadian literature and differs from mainstream literature. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Media and Canadian Politics

    This 10 page paper examines the relationship between media and politics in Canada. Media bias is examined. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Defending Nuclear Power Facilities

    In five pages this essay supports nuclear power plants in the United States and cites the many benefits these plants generate. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • British Columbia/Economic Impact & Pine Beetle

    A 5 page research paper that discusses the problem of the mountain pine beetle (MPB), which causing catastrophic devastation to British Columbia's $19 million forest industry. The writer explores the economic ramifications of this problem for the province. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Prostitution in Edmonton

    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.

  • Canada and the Connection Between Public Administration and Politics

    In three pages this paper discusses the public policy of Canada in a consideration of the link between politics and public administration with the issue of globalization among the topics covered. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Separatist Movement in Quebec

    This research paper discusses the independence movement in Quebec, its history and origins, as well as the contemporary development of the movement and how it constitutes the ambition of many of the residents of Quebec. The writer also discusses the ramifications that will likely occur if the separatist movement ever succeeds and the changes that this would bring in Quebec's relationship to the rest of Canada, as well as the world. This twelve page paper has nine sources in the bibliography.

  • An Overview Perspective of Quebec

    This paper offers an overview perspective of the natural resoruces of the Canadian province of Quebec. The writer discusses the history of the region and her people as well as the separatist movement. The writer portrays how Quebec has managed through out Canadian history to maintan this region's unique cultural heritage. This four page paper has six sources in the bibliography.

  • Does Quebec Reject Multiculturalism and Promote Pluralism?

    This paper explores Quebec's history all of the way back to the fur trade era. Is what is occurring in Quebec actually something that is required in order to protect the greater good? There are five sources in this ten page paper.

  • Canadian Politics: Discontentment in Quebec

    This research paper/essay presents a comprehensive overview of the issue of Quebec separatism, within the framework of Quebec history and Canadian politics. Twelve pages in length, fifteen sources are cited.

  • Homeless Youth in Vancouver, B.C.

    This 5 page paper discusses some of the issues surrounding the homeless young people in Vancouver, B.C. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Sky Lee’s Disappearing Moon Café/Chinese-Canadians

    A 7 page paper that discusses Sky Lee’s 1991 novel Disappearing Moon Café concerns five generations of a Chinese Canadian family whose saga is shaped by cultural, economic and social factors that pertain to both China. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

 

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