Author: Sean Stephane MartinPublish On: 2013-10-06
n this second collection of strips, the boys take you on a wild ride that rockets from computers looking for a safe hook-up to gay marriages in the future... not to mention appearances by the kinder, gentler New America and the Kissing ...
Author: Sean Stephane Martin
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
Category: Comics & Graphic Novels
n this second collection of strips, the boys take you on a wild ride that rockets from computers looking for a safe hook-up to gay marriages in the future... not to mention appearances by the kinder, gentler New America and the Kissing Bandit of Mébané!Find out what happens when Brad Pitt and Hugh Jackman stand in for the boys while Carlos, the hot-blooded Spaniard dressed in only sandals and a smile, delivers a mai-tai. At the other end of things, sit in on Doc's conversation with God when Raider is gay-bashed. These are the earliest online appearances of Doc and Raider, when the boys ran wild through the minefields of contemporary American politics and culture... while steadfastly keeping their Canadian roots. Enjoy!
And because Canada gradually became independent from the United Kingdom , that independence did not result in a ... Parliament by providing for an entirely Canadian amending formula , formal constitutional changes did not deal with the ...
Author: Hugo Cyr
Publisher: Peter Lang
With the increased mobility and interdependence brought on by globalisation, governments can no longer deal effectively with what were traditionally regarded as «domestic issues» unless they cooperate among themselves. International law may once have been a sort of inter-state law concerned mostly with relations between states, but it now looks increasingly inside state borders and has become, to a large degree, a trans-governmental law. While this creates significant challenges even for highly-unified «nation-states», the challenges are even greater for federations in which powers have been divided up between the central government and federated states. What roles should central governments and federated states play in creating and implementing this new form of governance? Using the Canadian federation as its starting point, this case study illustrates a range of factors to be considered in the appropriate distribution of treaty powers within a federation. Professor Cyr also shows how - because it has no specific provisions dealing with the distribution of treaty powers - the Canadian constitution has «organically» developed a tight-knit set of rules and principles responding to these distributional factors. This book is therefore both about the role of federated states in the current world order and an illustration of how organic constitutionalism works.
Origins, Omissions, and Opportunities in Canada Esyllt W. Jones, James Hanley, Delia Gavrus ... This unprecedented move was (erroneously!) labelled “utterly Canadian” by the Washington Post; instead, it was utterly québécois.62 Public ...
Author: Esyllt W. Jones
Publisher: Univ. of Manitoba Press
Medicare is arguably Canada’s most valued social program. As federally-supported medicare enters its second half-century, Medicare’s Histories brings together leading social and health historians to reflect on the origins and evolution of medicare and the missed opportunities characterizing its past and present. Embedding medicare in the diverse constituencies that have given it existence and meaning, contributors inquire into the strengths and weaknesses of publicly insured health care and critically examine medicare’s unfinished role in achieving greater health equity for all people in Canada regardless of race, status, gender, class, age, and ability. Fundamental to the stories told in Medicare’s Histories is the essential role played by communities ¬– of activists, critics, health professionals, First Nations, patients, families, and survivors – in driving demands for health reform, in identifying particular omissions and inequities exacerbated or even created by medicare, and in responding to the realities of medicare for those who work in and rely on it. Contributors to this volume show how medicare has been shaped by politics (in the broadest sense of that word), identities, professional organizations, and social movements in Canada and abroad. As COVID lays bare social inequities and the inadequacies of health care delivery and public health, this book shows what was excluded and what was – and is – possible in health care.
Here is Joe's (“I Am Canadian”) ancestor, proudly provincial, determined to get back home to the challenges of daily life ... of the assimilated immigrant, one who cannot quite erase his or her accent but who has become wholly Canadian.
Author: Rocío G. Davis
This volume analyzes innovative forms of media and music (art installations, television commercials, photography, films, songs, telenovelas) to examine the performance of migration in contemporary culture. Though migration studies and media studies are ostensibly different fields, this transnational collection of essays addresses how their interconnection has shaped our understanding of the paradigms through which we think about migration, ethnicity, nation, and the transnational. Cultural representations intervene in collective beliefs. Art and media clearly influence the ways the experience of migration is articulated and recalled, intervening in individual perceptions as well as public policy. To understand the connection between migration and diverse media, the authors examine how migration is represented in film, television, music, and art, but also how media shape the ways in which host country and homeland are imagined. Among the topics considered are new mediated forms for representing migration, widening the perspective on the ways these representations may be analyzed; readings of enactments of memory in trans- and inter-disciplinary ways; and discussions of globalization and transnationalism, inviting us to rethink traditional borders in respect to migration, nation states, as well as disciplines.
Author: Canada. Parliament. Senate Standing Committee on Banking and CommercePublish On: 1964-07
The question is: Is it desirable that such a bank be entirely Canadian resident-owned. This is a unique feature of this bank. I am not among those who subscribe to the opinion that Canadians are timid investors.
Author: Canada. Parliament. Senate Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on FinancePublish On: 1911
But no grain is sent that way , and this pretended correction is utterly sterile of meaning or relief to the Northwest , which demands the freedom of the Welland Canal on terms of equality with Canadians . If by a rebate of 18 cents out ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Finance
She and some of her childhood friends actually experienced some of the events depicted in this story. The book also contains one of Dorriss humorous, thought-provoking short stories.
Author: Gladys Dorris
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Totally Sarah: Extrasensory Perception Leads a Young Canadian Girl into and out of Danger, is a fi ctional novel set in the Canadian province of Ontario, an area where Dorris spent the fi rst twenty-eight years of her life. She and some of her childhood friends actually experienced some of the events depicted in this story. The book also contains one of Dorriss humorous, thought-provoking short stories. Dorriss post secondary education includes the following: Conestoga College of Applied Arts and Technology, Stratford Campus, Ontario, Canadabusiness and secretarial studies; University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canadainterior decorating; Midland College, Midland, Texas, USAassociates in general studies; University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Odessa, Texas, USAbachelor degree in literature and journalism (double major) with a minor in education; Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas, USAmasters degree in education; Sul Ross State University, Alpine, Texas, USAreading specialist certifi cation. She graduated magna cum laude from Midland College, summa cum laude from University of Texas of the Permian Basin, and magna cum laud from Sul Ross State University.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on General Farm CommoditiesPublish On: 1998
Another dimension , I guess , I think in terms of volatility , is the utter absence of reciprocal treatment . Our North Dakota Governor told me that from time to time you will have Canadian trucks bringing cattle down , overweight for ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. Subcommittee on General Farm Commodities
In this book, lawyer Michael Cochrane provides straight answers to common legal questions he encounters each week on his TV program, Strictly Legal"
Author: Michael Cochrane
Publisher: Insomniac Press
When Canadians have legal problems, they need useful and understandable legal information OCo not legal mumbo-jumbo or weaselly fine print. We are living in a society that is becoming increasingly complicated. While trying to raise families, buy homes and keep our jobs, we are ''bumping into each other'' more and more. In this book, lawyer Michael Cochrane provides straight answers to common legal questions he encounters each week on his TV program, Strictly Legal"