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Global-Local Translation Flows Toward an Ethics of Reciprocity

Global-Local Translation Flows Toward an Ethics of Reciprocity

Global-Local Translation Flows Toward an Ethics of Reciprocity TRANSLATION AND CULTURAL MEDIATION International Mother Language Day UNESCO 22-23 February 2010 Annie Brisset University of Ottawa abrisset@uottawa.ca

By albert
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Canada and WWI

Canada and WWI

Canada and WWI. Canada: Pulled into War. Had gained Independence in domestic issues in 1867- population 8 million Issues with a confusing foreign-policy structure by 1914 A dominion of the British Empire: British government essentially controlling Canada's foreign-policy

By benjamin
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Indians and the Division of Powers in Canada

Indians and the Division of Powers in Canada

Indians and the Division of Powers in Canada. By: Kristopher Crawford-Dickinson BA (Hons), M.A., Dip. D.A., Dip. J.A., LL.B., PhD(c). Legal Warning.

By Jims
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Government and Statute Law

Government and Statute Law

Government and Statute Law. Chapter 3. Laws have to………. Meet legal challenges and approval of citizens. They must be enforceable. Should present a balance between competing interests. Must be constitutional! Should do what they are intended to do.

By daniel_millan
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19 th Century European Imperialism

19 th Century European Imperialism

19 th Century European Imperialism. Out with the Old and in with the New…. The Old Imperialism (to 1870). During the first three quarters of the 19 th century, European powers showed little interest in overseas expansion. In fact, it appeared that imperialism was on the way out.

By toan
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Canada and the 1920s & 1930s

Canada and the 1920s & 1930s

Canada and the 1920s & 1930s.

By ona
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Francophone Countries

Francophone Countries

Francophone Countries. By Jasmine Lamont♥. Belgium Benin Burkina~faso Cameroon Canada Canada Central African Republic Chad Comoros Democratic Republic of Congo. Djibouti France Gabon Guinea Haiti Ivory Coast Luxembourg Madagascar Mali Monaco Niger Republic of Congo Rwanda

By tyrell
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Americas in the Age of Independence

Americas in the Age of Independence

Americas in the Age of Independence. Americas in the Age of Independence. The United States New government established after independence Articles of Confederation Constitution Expansion of the Vote Slavery. Americas in the Age of Independence. Westward Expansion

By Samuel
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CORAF – Collective Rights

CORAF – Collective Rights

CORAF – Collective Rights. Social 9 Textbook: chapter 4. What are collective rights ?. “ Rights held by groups (peoples) in Canadian society that are recognized and protected by Canada’s constitution ”. What are collective rights ?. Unique to Canada! Are different than individual rights

By indra
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Canada During the Great Depression

Canada During the Great Depression

Canada During the Great Depression. Guiding Questions. What were the causes of the Great Depression in Canada? Compare and contrast the causes of the Great Depression in Canada with the US To what extent did the economic crisis in the US cause the downturn in Canada

By gilles
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Aboriginal Peoples: Rethinking the Relationship

Aboriginal Peoples: Rethinking the Relationship

Aboriginal Peoples: Rethinking the Relationship. Presented By: Peter, Sarosh, & Matt. Introduction. Main Argument:

By russ
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Canada, eh? Canadian History

Canada, eh? Canadian History

Canada, eh? Canadian History. Standard. SS6H4: The student will describe the impact of European Contact on Canada Describe the influence of the French and English on the language and religion of Canada Explain how Canada became an independent nation

By trung
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The Canadian Constitution

The Canadian Constitution

The Canadian Constitution. Constitutions. What is a constitution?. It is a list of rules which govern the actions of any organization. Your student council has a constitution which stipulates the accepted rules of practice.

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WELCOME TO FUN TOWN

WELCOME TO FUN TOWN

WELCOME TO FUN TOWN. Poor Ottawa, doomed from the beginning by form and function. But, a small community of centretowners have banded together to create a vibrant little oasis of Awesome. Festivals and Celebrations.

By osgood
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Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa, Canada

Ottawa, Canada. By: Nathan Jones. Economic Status. In 2004, the median family income in Ottawa-Gatineau was $73,500 - the highest among Canada. It is also the six largest cities .

By csilla
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TimeLine

TimeLine

TimeLine . The Evolution of The Canadian Legal system . The code of Hammurabi 1792-1750 BCE. One of the earliest known set of laws Were set upon the Babylonian people and was written by their King; Hammurabi . http:// www.historyforkids.org/learn/westasia/history/hammurabi.htm.

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The Historical and Constitutional Context of Education

The Historical and Constitutional Context of Education

Canada and Saskatchewan. The Historical and Constitutional Context of Education. Education is a battleground for major social issues including religion, family life education, creationism, gay rights, etc. Canada funds quality public education. Perspectives on Education in Canada.

By aloha
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Canada’s Federal System

Canada’s Federal System

Canada’s Federal System. Is it an obstacle or an opportunity to a green economy? . What is Federalism?. Federalism is a system of government where two levels of government exist, each sovereign in its sphere of jurisdiction

By eddy
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Introducing our Canadian Government (Review Sheet 2-1 p. 140 )

Introducing our Canadian Government (Review Sheet 2-1 p. 140 )

1. Which organization ranked Canada as the best place in the world to live? The United Nations 2. How do Canadians reflect diversity? Religion, race, cultural traditions, values, economic status

By cutler
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Chapter 28

Chapter 28

Chapter 28. The Americas in the Age of Independence. Key Developments in the 19th Century in the Independent Americas. Territorial expansion and conflict with indigenous people. A booming population and continual immigration led to American and Canadian settlers moving westward. .

By nam
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