The Canadian Constitution The Canadian Constitution makes Canada's Constitution readily accessible to readers for the first time. It includes the complete text of the Constitution Acts of 1867 and 1982 as well as a glossary of key terms, a short history of the Constitution, and a timeline of important constitutional events.
Youth and the Law Laws, as they relate to youth and youth issues, can be difficult to understand for those they are intended to serve. In the first book of the Understanding Canadian Law series, author Daniel J. Baum breaks down the Supreme Court of Canada's decisions relating to youth in plain language intended for readers of all ages.
971 GOL French-English Relations 971 GOL French-English Relations.Take a trip through time with this exciting series about all aspects of Canadian history. From political leaders to women's issues, each title takes a look at the biggest events of every decade in the past 100 years. With a focus on the future, students will learn how great moments, people, and inventions years ago shaped the face of the nation today.
971 GOL French-English Relations. Take a trip through time with this exciting series about all aspects of Canadian history. From political leaders to women's issues, each title takes a look at the biggest events of every decade in the past 100 years. With a focus on the future, students will learn how great moments, people, and inventions years ago shaped the face of the nation today. Timelines and activities get readers thinking about how people lived during that era.
305.260971 CHA 2013 Aging in Canada. It is true that our population is aging; however, this is not a crisis. We learn that the actual cost drivers are technology, labour, and increased service utilization across all ages-not uncontrollable demographic factors like population growth.-GoodReads.com
Canadian Criminal Records: and How to Start Fresh It is easy to get a criminal record. Simply being accused of a crime will lead to the police making a record of the event, even if the person is not charged. Such records, usually called incident or occurrence reports, are often disclosed in police record searches. If the police do decide to lay charges, which they will do if they have the slightest belief that the person is guilty, fingerprints and photographs are taken.
Bring economics to life with The Economics Book, an essential guide to more that 100 of the big ideas in economic theory and practice covering everything from ancient theories right up to cutting-edge modern developments.