Japanese Internment-Family waiting to be relocated---Archives Canada, government website therefore reliable---Many Japanese-Canadians were taken from their homes without any reason except that their ancestors were Japanese. This shows the hostility and racism in Canada a the time. Internment camps were compared to Nazi Concentration Camps and many families were separated.

Japanese Internment-Family waiting to be relocated---Archives Canada, government website therefore reliable---Many Japanese-Canadians were taken from their homes without any reason except that their ancestors were Japanese. This shows the hostility and racism in Canada a the time. Internment camps were compared to Nazi Concentration Camps and many families were separated.

Registering birth, applying for maternity/paternity leave, RESPs and pregnancy health guides from the Government of Canada

Registering birth, applying for maternity/paternity leave, RESPs and pregnancy health guides from the Government of Canada

St. Paul County - Police are asking the public to stay away from an area in northeastern Alberta due to an incident on the highway. The event, which an RCMP spokesperson called a "fluid situation," is taking place on Highway 36 south of the community of St. Brides, 15 kms west of St. Paul. The Alberta government has declared a civil emergency in St. Paul County. A civil emergency is defined on the government's website as "an emergency that disrupts normal civilian activities."

St. Paul County - Police are asking the public to stay away from an area in northeastern Alberta due to an incident on the highway. The event, which an RCMP spokesperson called a "fluid situation," is taking place on Highway 36 south of the community of St. Brides, 15 kms west of St. Paul. The Alberta government has declared a civil emergency in St. Paul County. A civil emergency is defined on the government's website as "an emergency that disrupts normal civilian activities."

The Canadian government just suffered an embarrassing online security breach... although it wasn't as bad as it could have been. Officials temporarily took down key parts of two government websites the tax-oriented Canada Revenue Agency and Statisti...

The Canadian government just suffered an embarrassing online security breach... although it wasn't as bad as it could have been. Officials temporarily took down key parts of two government websites the tax-oriented Canada Revenue Agency and Statisti...

2 CANADIAN GOVERNMENT WEBSITES EXPERIENCED SECURITY THREATS

2 CANADIAN GOVERNMENT WEBSITES EXPERIENCED SECURITY THREATS

REAL Women, faux outrage -- Why the Department of Foreign Affairs has decided that Canada should shoulder the “gay man’s burden” is a pressing question which deserves an answer.

REAL Women, faux outrage -- Why the Department of Foreign Affairs has decided that Canada should shoulder the “gay man’s burden” is a pressing question which deserves an answer.

Promoting adaptive behaviour, learning and development;  Minimizing and managing challenging behaviours;  Working effectively with service teams both at home and at school;  Planning for common life transitions; and  Maintaining and improving the well-being of the entire family.  http://cyp-media.org/2013/01/01/positive-behaviour-supports-for-children-with-disabilities/

Promoting adaptive behaviour, learning and development; Minimizing and managing challenging behaviours; Working effectively with service teams both at home and at school; Planning for common life transitions; and Maintaining and improving the well-being of the entire family. http://cyp-media.org/2013/01/01/positive-behaviour-supports-for-children-with-disabilities/

Editorial Cartoon by Graeme MacKay, The Hamilton Spectator - Wednesday November 30, 2016 CBC asks for $400M more in funding to go ad-free The CBC is asking for an increase of roughly $400 million in government funding as part of a plan to go ad-free on all platforms. A proposal paper posted to the national broadcasterÕs website outlines how the CBC/Radio-Canada wants to follow the example of the BBC, the United KingdomÕsÊnational broadcaster, and be fully funded by the federal government…

Editorial Cartoon by Graeme MacKay, The Hamilton Spectator - Wednesday November 30, 2016 CBC asks for $400M more in funding to go ad-free The CBC is asking for an increase of roughly $400 million in government funding as part of a plan to go ad-free on all platforms. A proposal paper posted to the national broadcasterÕs website outlines how the CBC/Radio-Canada wants to follow the example of the BBC, the United KingdomÕsÊnational broadcaster, and be fully funded by the federal government…

Discover Canada (Government of Canada site)-"The arrival of European traders, missionaries, soldiers and colonists changed the native way of life forever. Large numbers of Aboriginals died of European diseases to which they lacked immunity. However, Aboriginals and Europeans formed strong economic, religious and military bonds in the first 200 years of coexistence which laid the foundations of Canada." (**You may also listen to this chapter or download an MP3 of it.)

Discover Canada (Government of Canada site)-"The arrival of European traders, missionaries, soldiers and colonists changed the native way of life forever. Large numbers of Aboriginals died of European diseases to which they lacked immunity. However, Aboriginals and Europeans formed strong economic, religious and military bonds in the first 200 years of coexistence which laid the foundations of Canada." (**You may also listen to this chapter or download an MP3 of it.)

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