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Geography Migration Project Grade8

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on 21 April 2010

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Migration See? All kinds of people migrate... Even if it's just for a Nestle cone! In Tokyo guess what?... Surprise they speak japanese! Whats the healthcare like? Like their hospitals overcrowded but effiecient. 7 Hospitals... 12,790,000 people... Not very good... Hope they have big hospitals! Tokyo and... Paris! My city of origin? The amazing Toronto I plan to go to... The City of Toronto’s economy comprises 11% of Canada’s GDP, with Toronto’s GDP topping $127 billion in 2005. Toronto-based businesses export over $70 billion in goods and services to every corner of the globe with retail sales of $47 billion annually.
Economically, Tokyo comprises one third of Japan's major industrial region, the other two-thirds are Kawasaki and Yokohama. A few of the more important industries are steel plants, manufacturing along with textiles and luxury goods. The number of private ventures in Tokyo numbered almost 800,000 in 1995.

France is one of the world's major economic powers. Agriculture is important, and about 60% of the land is used for farming. French and British cities fare middling in the 2009 Mercer Quality of Living Survey. Paris drops from 32nd to 33rd place. By: Thomas Sponsered by... Nestle icecream! Today i will be studying migration by picking two cities of destination and one city of origin. First we will be talking about languages... Toronto: English Paris: French The following is a list of hospitals in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Toronto General Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
Toronto Grace Hospital
Toronto Western Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
St. Michael's Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto/one of two trauma centres in the Greater Toronto Area
Toronto East General Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
Mount Sinai Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
North York General Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
North York General Hospital - Branson
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto/one of two trauma centres in the Greater Toronto Area
Women's College Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
Baycrest Centre for Geriatric Care
Etobicoke General Hospital
Princess Margaret Hospital - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto/cancer centre
Queensway General Hospital (part of Trillium Health Centre)
St. Joseph's Health Centre - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
Rouge Valley Centenary
Runnymede Healthcare Centre - specialized complex continuing care hospital[1]
Scarborough Hospital -- General Division
Scarborough Hospital -- Grace Division
Humber River Regional Hospital - York Finch
Hospital for Sick Children - teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
Wellesley Hospital - closed 1998 and services transferred to other hospitals
West Park Healthcare Centre - Rehab hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto
Bridgepoint Health - formerly Riverdale Hospital
St. John's Rehab Hospital - community affiliated teaching hospital with the University of Toronto Next up.. Health care! A list of Toronto's hospitals Wow... Thats a lot of hospitals... Now lets see Tokyo's hospitals. They only have 7 hospitals... Now for Paris's hospitals... Hope they are better than Tokyo's... This is a list of hospitals in France, sorted by city.

Amiens University Hospital- Amiens
American Hospital of Paris- [Paris, France]
Angers University Hospital- Angers
Jean Minjoz Hospital, located in Besançon-Planoise
Centre hospitalier universitaire de Caen- Caen
Hôpital d'instruction des armées Percy- Clamart
Grenoble University Hospital- Grenoble
Limoges University Hospital- Limoges
Claude Bernard University Hospital- Lyon
Henri Poincaré University Hospital- Nancy
Nantes University Hospital- Nantes
Broussais University Hospital- Paris
Hospital Europeen Georges Pompidou- Paris
Institution Nationale des Invalides - Paris
Necker-Enfants malades Hospital - Paris
Pitié-Salpêtrière Hospital - Paris
Saint-Antoine University Hospital- Paris
Val-de-Grâce military hospital- Paris
René Dubos Hospital- Pontoise
Reims University Hospital- Reims
Rennes University Hospital- Rennes
Rouen University Hospital- Rouen
Tourcoing Hospital- Tourcoing
Hôpital de La Grave- Toulouse Not bad... Now for economy first up... Next... And now for political stability of... Toronto Paris Tokyo Canada's political stability is actually very good and since toronto's actually in Canada Toronto's is too. The End. Next is... Paris's political stability is actually very good too. Unlike Toronto and Paris... Tokyo's political stability isnt that good. Education is next up... First up... Actually this is relevent because just yesterday the schools where closed because of a threat to the schools. Thats their kind of education... Next... Paris actually has one of the most famous schools IN THE WORLD... Now thats impressive Tokyo's education is good but... IF YOU DON'T GET AT LEST AN B YOU WOULD BRING SHAME TO YOUR FAMILY NAME!!! At lest thats what I've heard... Now I think you've listen to me talk... Err type enough so we will take a short comercial break. Okay back to the boring typing now and we are running out of time so I'll make this quick. Jobs, Standard of living, Enviormental quality, And Culture Enviormental. Toronto Tokyo Paris
Jobs A lot A lot Enough
Standard of living Busy Standard Fancy
Environmental quality Industrialized Industrialized Nice
Culture Some A lot A fair amount
Now for transportation First... I already live there! And for Paris and Tokyo its the same both are an expensive plane flight... Pro's and Con's Well all of what i just listed is pro's and con's ex. pro Tokyo culture good con paris they speak french. If I move to Paris my culture isn't changing that much but if I move to Tokyo... WHOLE DIFFERENT CULTURE. Like when immigrents come to Canada they try to bring their culture with them. Though overall there are 4 main factors of migration (Social Factors, Economic Factors, Political Factors, and Forced Migration) and there are 5 Barriers (Economic, Legal, Political, Procedural, and Physical). But I think ill stay in Toronto because I already know the language. Thanks for watching! Yay no more typing! It's over now! Finally! THE END! Bye Bye! You can go now...
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