Canada’s Attitude Towards WW2

In World War 1, Canada did not have a choice whether or not it wanted to go to war, as soon as Britain declared war on Germany, Canada was at war too. In World War 2, this was different, as Canada had gained full autonomy…

Causes of WWI Questions

  A: Serbia, B: Austria-Hungary, C: Russia, D: Germany, E: France, F: Britain   The theme is alliances and treaties, the countries in blue (Serbia, Russia, France, and Britain) are allies, and the countries in yellow (Austria-Hungary, and Germany) are allies against them. Serbian/Bosnian terrorist…

Poverty Cycles

  One way to break the poverty cycle for people with HIV/AIDS is for developed countries to intervene at the stage where children don’t have access to medication. If more developed countries donate money to the governments of the developing countries to pay for the…

Population Distribution

  Pessimists, or Malthusians, often have a negative outlook on population growth, and believe that it can cause great harm to society. They claim that the population will outstrip food supply, which will lead to famine, disease, and social disorder. Another group of people, called…

French Polynesia’s Population Pyramid

2. The dependency ratio for French Polynesia is 43.85347. This seems like a low dependency ratio because it shows that approximately 44 dependents are supported by 100 workers, and those workers should not have a problem supporting the dependents as there is more than double…

Making Change in Canada

Using pressure groups and lobbyists can be a very effective way to influence change in government, and by gathering a group of like-minded people, your message will be louder and it is shown more people want change. Lobbyists can also greatly help a pressure group…