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Lessons from the North: Canada's Privatization of Military Ammunition Production

The target of this file was once the applicability of classes realized from the privatization of Canada's ammunition production to the U. S. ammunition commercial base. whereas no longer a precise analog of the privatization percentages open to the U. S. division of safeguard, the privatization of Canada's ammunition does supply very important insights in regards to the elements of a winning privatization.

Who Will Mind the Baby?: Geographies of Child Care and Working Mothers (International Studies of Women and Place)

Some of the most major social and fiscal adjustments of modern years has been the explosion within the variety of moms within the paintings position and in paid employment more often than not. baby care coverage, provision and investment has under no circumstances saved up with this transformation. Who Will brain the newborn? explores how operating moms negotiate their tasks within the face of those problems.

Between Principle and Practice: Human Rights in North-South Relations

A comparative research of the discrepancy among government's phrases and activities in regards to human rights coverage. This paintings examines the human rights international relations of Canada, the Netherlands, and Norway, all wealthy commercial democracies with a global popularity for protesting human rights abuses, from the mid-1980s to the early-1990s.

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S Beaches Easter Parade SPRING March and April bring the country some of its most unpredictable weather, moving from snow to sunshine in a day. In the north this is a time for welcoming the end of winter, while farther south spring is the start of an array of fun festivals. (April) Toronto. This annual parade has become a popular spring institution. It follows a route along Queen St. , between Victoria Park and Woodbine Avenue. Shaw Festival (April –October) Niagara-onthe-Lake. Theater festival with classic plays by George Bernard Shaw and his contemporaries (see p208).

It can provide a great family day out, with beer, popcorn, an enthusiastic audience, and plenty of betweeninning entertainment, to keep the less baseballobsessed amused. The Blue Jays take on their rivals in the Rogers Centre, an architectural marvel with a retractable roof (see p173). Good tickets are easy to come by – just book a day or two in advance. Seats further back are almost always available on the day of the game. Seeing one of the minor league baseball teams can also be fun. Jose Canseco during his days with the Toronto Blue Jays A FOOTBALL The Canadian version of football (not soccer) is noted for being a more exciting version of American football.

Jazz and blues musicians play in venues all over town. Red River Exhibition (late June –July) Winnipeg. A huge fair with many entertainments. Festival International de Jazz de Montréal (late June –July) Montreal. Famous jazz festival with a number of free outdoor concerts. Nova Scotia International Tattoo (late June –July) Halifax. There are 2,000 participants in one of the world’s largest indoor shows. Montreal. Major international tennis tournament. Caribana (July–Aug) Toronto. One of the largest and livliest Caribbean celebrations in North America.

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