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Author: G. Chandler
Category: Social Science
How to Find Out About Canada presents the various aspects of the social and political structure in Canada. This book examines the literature, arts and science, economy, and educational system in the country. Comprised of 15 chapters, this book starts with an overview of the Canadian government publishing and several periodical publications. This text then describes the religious development of the nation encompassing all primary denominations and their intimate relationship to economic and political life. Other chapters consider the various studies in the political and social fields that are carried on by governments, labor unions, industry, cooperatives, and the various Canadian political parties. This book discusses as well the degree of standardization and equality of educational opportunity for children in all parts of Canada. The final chapter deals with the various documents relating to the history of Canada. This book is a valuable resource for students, teachers, and readers whose interests span a variety of fields.
Other groups have also influenced the growth of Canada. As in the United States, ... Students will never run out of amazing things to find out about Canada.
Author: Jane Routte
Publisher: Teacher Created Resources
Bring the world a little closer with these multicultural books. An excellent way for students to appreciate and learn cultural diversity in an exciting hands-on format. Each book explores the history, language, holidays, festivals, customs, legends, foods, creative arts, lifestyles, and games of the title country. A creative alternative to student research reports and a time-saver for teachers since the activities and resource material are contained in one book.
The museumgoers are worshiping at the shrine of technology , and being taught
not to notice when it doesn't work ; if they did ... My experience as a native Canadian in attempting to find a job in Canada is a good illustration of the
Author: The Canadian Paediatric SocietyPublish On: 2009-07-31
The Canadian Paediatric Society, Diane Sacks. know what will happen en route or when you get there. Plan for lost luggage and travel delays by making sure ...
Author: The Canadian Paediatric Society
Publisher: John Wiley and Sons
Category: Health & Fitness
The definitive Canadian resource from the leading association on child health & development Paediatrician Dr. Diane Sacks and the CPS have compiled the most current information relating to child health and development. This guide empowers parents to make informed decisions about their child’s well-being by laying out the information in an engaging and informative way. Emphasis is placed on health, development, injury prevention and nutrition. Organized into age-specific sections, the book features a modular format that allows parents or caregivers to jump in and out with just the information they need. Clear instructions are given to help parents assess the severity of a situation or condition, with guidelines that recommend “mention at the next Dr.’s appt.,” “make an appt. to see the Dr.,” or “proceed to the clinic or emergency room immediately.” This type of easy-to-apply advice will make this a “go to” resource for generations to come. The book includes the most up-to-date information on: Preparing for your baby’s arrival The role of the parent in caring for your child’s health The Canadian Health Care System: dealing with the system and your role as a parent in getting the best care Growth and Development charts A detailed section on children’s mental health The Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS) has been working for children since 1922. Today more than 2,000 paediatricians from across Canada belong to the CPS.
Thus, the question of how policy makers view public opinion is relevant if one ... officials to find out what indicators Canadian policy makers use to know ...
Author: Laurent Dobuzinskis
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Category: Political Science
This volume offers a comprehensive overview of the many ways in which the policy analysis movement has been conducted, and to what effect, in Canadian governments and, for the first time, in business associations, labour unions, universities, and other non-governmental organizations.
www.wbresearch.com/tradetechcanada Find out how the big companies trade at this annual Canadian equity trading conference. Not everything will apply to day ...
Author: Ann C. Logue
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Day Trading For Canadians For Dummies provides anyone interested in this quick-action trading for income with the nuts and bolts information and advice and, most importantly, a step-by-step plan of action for getting started in the day trading market. It includes information on the ins and outs of day trading; understanding the short-term markets; and raising capital and protecting one's principal investment. It also helps readers understand how to manage risk and keep emotions in check, as well as provide sample trading plans. This Canadian edition features information on the best online brokerage firms, offers helpful Canadian resources, and covers the unique tax issues Canadian traders have to face.
Everything You Need to Know about Living Part-Time in the USA and Mexico Douglas Gray. letterhead, if you bought the vehicle from a dealership.
Author: Douglas Gray
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Each year, more than a million Canadians, affectionately dubbed "Snowbirds," migrate to southern climes to enjoy warm weather and sandy beaches. The strong Canadian dollar is making the trip more affordable and attractive than ever. But post-9/11, Canadians face tighter security, higher health costs, and higher fuel costs when traveling to the US. Canadians must budget accordingly. Especially for first-timers, how can they properly plan their trip to ensure a worry-free time away from home? Among the topics this book includes are: the Snowbird lifestyle; financial planning; what documents you need to enter the US; what types of insurance and coverage are recommended; ensuring you have an up-to-date will; how US tax law applies to Canadians if money is earned or property sold; snowbirding in Mexico and Costa Rica; plus FAQs, checklists, and sources of further information.
Check with your Canada Employment Centre. These centres often have information about local area employers and about specific job openings.
Author: Sheila A Sorrentino
Publisher: Mosby Canada
Category: Care of the sick
Get the foundation you need to be a successful support worker in both community and institutional settings with Mosby's Canadian Textbook for the Support Worker, 4th Edition. With a clear student-friendly approach and step-by-step descriptions, this text walks readers through all the information and skills that support workers (including resident care aides and health care aides) need to master to perform their role safely and effectively. Numerous full-colour illustrations, photographs, and tables are combined with real life case studies, examples, and insightful feature boxes to provide an outstanding learning experience. This new edition also features a new chapter on working in acute care; updated content reflecting the latest trends, issues, and practice standards; and a full assortment of online learning resources. With all this included in one great book, it's no wonder that Mosby's is the #1 text used by support worker programs across Canada. Comprehensive coverage guides readers through all information and skills needed by today's support worker. Student-friendly writing style enables readers to easily grasp the material. Providing Compassionate Care boxes highlight the caring aspect of the support worker role. DIPPS icons appear throughout the text to remind readers of the principles of support work: respecting and promoting their client's Dignity, Independence, Preferences, Privacy, and Safety. Focus on Communication boxes offer guidelines for how to clearly communicate with residents and avoid comments that might make them uncomfortable. Promoting Safety and Comfort boxes emphasize the importance of the patient's or resident's safety and comfort. Focus on Children and Older Adults boxes provide age-specific information about special needs, considerations, and circumstances of children and older adults. Focus on Long-Term Care and Home Care boxes highlight information vital to providing competent care in the long-term and home care settings. Teamwork and Time Management boxes feature specific guidelines to help nursing assistants work most efficiently whether independently or as part of the health care team. Supporting boxes present scenarios about particular clients and discuss how support workers make decisions and solve problems. Think About Safety boxes provide clear, concise, easy-to-follow advice on how to provide safe care to clients of all ages. Case Study boxes apply some of the concepts discussed in the text to real-life examples of support workers and clients. Focus on Home Care boxes highlight information necessary for safe functioning in the home setting. Respecting Diversity boxes cover the influence of culture on health and illness practices and the importance of sensitivity to cultural diversity in support work. Chapter review questions test reading comprehension of the learning objectives established at the beginning of each chapter.
Author: Canadian Global Almanac Research TeamPublish On: 2004-11-15
CANADIAN GLOBAL ALMANAC 2005 The most authoritative, reliable and up-to-date information on Canada and the world that includes: Current events of 2004—were you there?
Author: Canadian Global Almanac Research Team
CANADIAN GLOBAL ALMANAC 2005 The most authoritative, reliable and up-to-date information on Canada and the world that includes: Current events of 2004—were you there? The people of Canada, with the latest census information—find out where you fit! Facts and figures on the Canadian economy—perfect for your school project! Canadian geography and history—your town or relatives might be famous! Canadian politics with recent election results—whom did you vote for? Business, finance and labour news. Famous Canadians—get to know them! News events of 2004—from the war in Iraq to the devastation of hurricanes. Entertainment news—the scoop on music, media, theatre, literature, movies and TV. Sports—from the Olympic games to the World Cup of Hockey. The world at your fingertips—global geography, population statistics, governments, economic data, plus a survey of world history. The perfect reference for school projects, trivia buffs, and armchair travellers!
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Solicitor General , Canada West , is up here trying to find out the cannon ...
Author: Oscar Arvle Kinchen
Publisher: North Quincy, Mass. : Christopher Publishing House
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16 , 18 , and 21 knots , and the 21 knots we found perfectly prohibitive on the
Pacific side . Then we came to 18 knots , and we had to find out first of all what it ...
Write a short essay on the leading industries of Ontario . Describe the market to
which each industry sells ; i . e . how far are its products shipped ? From various
editions of the Canada Year Book find which industries are increasing in ...
Find out about the riches of Canada's natural resources!
Author: Carrie Gleason
Category: Aquatic resources
Find out about the riches of Canada's natural resources! Canada is a big country, rich in natural resources. All of its diverse environments -- from oceans, rivers and lakes, to forests, mountains, fertile soils and grasslands -- supply raw materials that can be useful in all sorts of ways. Some natural resources, like crops or fish, can be used just as they are. Others are transformed to produce energy or materials for products we use every day, from cars to phones to computers, clothes, books, and everything in between. Find out what Canada has to offer, and why it's so important that we value our natural resources and use them responsibly. This new addition to the Canada Close Up non-fiction series has full-colour photos throughout and provides a table of contents, an index and glossary of important terms.