Unit 1: Nationalism, Nation, and Identity Vocabulary
Nation: culturally homogeneous groups of people, larger than a single tribe or community, which share a
common language, institutions, religion, or historical experience
Nation-state: a countr
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Molar some notes on the different perspectives.
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floods in british columbia arent as common as the ones you count all around canada. floods are the most
freqeunt natural hazard happening. the major flood of 1948 in fraser river which resulted from snowmelt
caused the river level to ris dramaticly.
Unit 4: Canadian National Identity
Responsible Government: a government that answers to the people rather than to colonial governors.
The concept was introduced in Canada by Louis-Hippolyte LaFontaine and Robert Baldwin in the 1840s.
Unit 2: The Pursuit of National Interest
National Interest: the interests of the people of a nation. National interest may include economic
prosperity, security, and safety, and beliefs and values
Peacekeepers: armed forces who maintain peace by
Unit 3: Internationalism and Contemporary Global Affairs
Isolationism: a policy whereby a country completely opts out of participating in international social,
economic, political, and military affairs
Unilateralism: a country responding to even
School boards hire 274 staff with funding
On Wednesday December 1, 2011, the citys school board said that they have hired an
additional 224 teachers and support sta
Snow parking law spurs 3,300 warnings
On Sunday December 4, 2011, the snow route parking ban was activated at 2 p.m. and was
later lifted at 6 p.m. on Monday. 3.300 warning notices
Restoring the RCMP
On Thursday November 17, 2011 it was announced that the RCMP will try to be restored by
going under an independent investigation
School is individualism because the grade you get reflects yourself. It is not a group effort, because
you're in school for your own education and benefit, not others. You are expected to hand in your own
work and write your own tests and not write
Oil firms demand access to markets
On November 26, 2011, the 2 leaders of Canadas biggest investors in oil sands mining
demanded access to global markets during the busine
Prison plan worth of criticism
On Monday, November 14, 2011, after attending a conference on prisons in Canada,
Canadian humanitarian Jean Vanier felt discouraged by
Marijuana-shaped candy alarms parents, officials.
On Tuesday October 10, 2011, in Buffalo, New York, there has been a discovery of candy
shaped like mar