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A larger population equals a larger rate of consumption as everyone alive consumes natural resources and produces waste. However, we have a limited amount of natural resources that are being consumed or wasted at an alarming
A lex Fong H istory - Assignment #13
1. NATO, the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, is an association consisting of count ries from both North American and Europe and was formed because t hey pledge to all work towards accomplishing the same common goal
Alex Fong History - Assignment #12 1. Yes, I believe that if they stood up to Hitlers demands earlier than they had, they could have avoided the war. Britain and France and their allies propose a strong threat that could have held up a strong fight agains
Alex Fong History - Assignment #11 1. In the 1920s, Canada was a healing country from the aftermaths of the war. Contrary to what the population believed, the war was not a simple and glorious, but was actually a blood bath and death bed for many more tha
Alex Fong History - Assignment #10 Part A 1. I think that because of needs and wants confliction, World War 1 would have resulted regardless of whoever is pinpointed as the instigator. I think that this was bound to happen, so no one or no group can be di
History - Assignment #9 B. Immigration By the early 1900s, Canada had already been labeled as a multicultural country; one that was filled with various cultures and backgrounds. However, discrimination still existed since Canada was mostly popul
Government - Assignment #1 Task B There are three main areas from the Charter of Rights and Freedoms that I find very effective and should be left the way it is. After looking through the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, everything seems to have
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Government - Assignment #3
1. What is the principle of the r ule of law?
T he principle of the rule of law is nobody is above the law. I t is relative to ensuring that everyone in court is t reated equally and fairly. In a democratic society, s
Alex Fong Government - Assignment #3
Biography Harper, Stephen
Stephen Harper was first exposed to politics at the University of Calgary, where he studied in Economics. Though Harper was born in 1959, in Toronto, Ontario, his post-secondary move to Albert
A lex Fong Government - Assignment #2
The houses in parliament are the Queen, the Senate, and the House of Commons. T he Queen is usually represented by the Governor General and has the responsibility to act u pon advice from the Prime M inister, the Sena
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Government - Assignment #1 - essay After we reached the deserted island where we have li t tle hope of rescue, since the deserted island has enough natural resources to maintain our lives, we will decide to settle down on the island as a indepe
Geography - Assignment #8 A1.
Why is Global warming an environmental problem?
Global warming is an alarming issue because it affects everyones lives, endangers lives, changes the climate and changes the atmosphere. The outgoing energy and greenh
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Geography - Assignment #7
1. In the eighteenth century, Western Europe began to industrialize rapidly.
industrialization did not affect all of Europe at the same time. It began first in England during the mid-eighteenth century. The rapid
A lex Fong Geography - Assignment #7 Task A 1. Many of us know that the world along with everything on it didnt magically appear, but there were steps that led to the distribution of the i tems. Much like, how the world population was distributed through
Stephanie Shum Social Studies 11 Completion Summer 2007 Assignment #12 1. Yes, I think that the war could have been avoided if they stood up to Hitlers demands earlier than they had. Britain, France and their allies propose a strong t hreat that could hav