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Political Bulletin

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Keara Williams

on 15 October 2012

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Laura Secord What an absolute
MESS!!!!!! Qualities:






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Key Accomplishments: Agnes MacPail Qualities:







Nationality:


Key Accomplishments: - Well rounded individual
- committed feminist
- strong convictions
- devotion
- open to new ideas
- courageous
- dedicated Canadian born in Grey Country, Ontario - Agnes MacPhail was the first woman to be
elected to the Canadian House of Commons,
and one of the first two women elected to the
Legislative Assembly of Ontario. - despite her gender, she was a champion of human rights

- She was interested in agricultural problems so she became the spokesperson for
United Farmers of Ontario (UFO).

- It's also inspirational that 1951 (year she died) Agnes championed legislation that
mandated equal pay for equal work for Ontario women.
- voice for woman equality, social justice and
humanitarian treatment.

- Even though woman have rights presently, there is still some stereo types when it comes to politics.
Why you are inspired:







How Canada would benefit
under their leadership: Clara Hughes continued... continued... Janice Gladish - Determined
- Courageous
- Intelligent
- Trust worthy Qualities:





Nationality:


Key Accomplishments:
Why you are inspired:





How Canada would benefit
under their leadership: continued...
Continued... - She has dedicated her life to the furtherment of education
- She is an excellent role model
- She volunteers frequently Why you are inspired:
*showed immense perseverance by doing the act of warning the British (kept on going)
*very long trek through the forest and had asked for guidance from Native Americans (Could have killed her for trespassing)
*Not many woman back then were taken seriously enough to be able to do this (man's job)
*1992, commemorative stamp issued of her by Canada Post

How Canada would benefit
under their leadership:
*very patriotic considering what she had done
*helped British, Mohawk warriors win Battle of Beaver Dams, keep Americans at bay
*very patriotic, considering what she had done
*place herself into danger to make sure that her country/nation would be able to receive the information
*take matters into her own hands (natural born leader) By: Keara, Umber,
Lauren and Makenzie Political Bulletin Becauseof their devestaing Environmental impacts, water bottles should be banned in all Ontario highschools. Article Article Article Article - A hard working Olympian
- competed in both the summer and winter Olympics
- Has incredible perseverance
- Win or lose, she’s always smiling and always has a
positive attitude - Canadian born in Winnipeg, Manitoba - Only person to have multiple medals in the winter and summer Olympics
- Made donations to the Take a Hike charity and Right of Play programs through her medal wins
- National Spokesperson for Bell Canada’s Mental Health initiative and the “Let’s Talk” campaign
- Awarded the International Olympic Committee’s ‘Sport and the Community’ and has a star on Canada’s walk of fame - She had a lot of struggles in her life that she was able to
overcome through sports
- Did a lot of charity work for kids that relateto her
- She was able to accomplish something no one had done before - She is able to overcome problems and
handle them well
- Wants to inspire people everywhere - You may not pay for a fifty-cent item with only pennies
- Every fifth song played on the radio must be by a Canadian artist
- It is illegal to eat ice-cream on Bank Street on a Sunday in Ottawa
- You may not wash your car in the street Dumb Laws in Canada Inspirational Quotes With determination, young people can make their voices heard.

The only way to make the world safer for yourself is to treat others well.

Each day you invent the future with the choices you make.

Out of clutter, find simplicity. Political Joke
Out of discord, find harmony.
In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.

"Seven Deadly Sins"

Wealth without work
Pleasure without conscience
Science without humanity
Knowledge without character
Politics without principle
Commerce without morality
Worship without sacrifice."
Mahatma Gandhi Craig Keilburger-

Callwood-

David Suzuki-

Albert Einstien-



Mahatma Gandhi- - loyal
- intelligent
- fearless
- diligent
- spontaneous Canadian Citizen
Born in Great Barrington, Massachusetts,
September13th 1775 Thursday, October 4, 2012
Ford loses, plastic bag ban stays
Municipal/Local


This is an article from the Toronto Star that talks about Rob
Ford wanting to reopen the issue of the plastic bag ban
•In June council voted to ban all plastic bags in Toronto
•Rob Ford wanted to reopen debate to the councils decision
•Rob Ford’s idea has been turned down
•Now council is opening this matter up to a public hearing to
hear others ideas to help them if they're sued
•“ City council has voted not to reconsider its June decision to ban plastic bags as of January 1st”

•“The council decision in June to ban the bags could only be reopened if two-thirds of council agreed. The vote was 27-18 short of that threshold.”

•“Torontonians rely on [plastic bags] for household pet and organic waste; 85 percent of the bags are re-used, very few go to landfill and the balance are recycled in the blue box system into useful products”

•“The ban was susceptible to a legal challenge because it was passed without consulting the public and industry.”


Moloney, Paul. “Ford loses, plastic bag ban stays” Toronto Star 4 October. 2012, Toronto ed.: G1. Print. Date:
Title:
Government:

Summary: Key Sentences: Reference: October 10,2012
MPs to debate NDP anti-bullying motion
Federal


This is an article from CBC News that speaks about how bullying
plays a big factor in youth suicides

- Parliament members are calling on the federal government to
pass an anti-bullying motion

- Trying to reduce the number of suicides in youths due to bullying

- Creation of an all-committee to develop a national bullying
prevention strategy Continued... Continued.... - [ Dany Morin] "I had to rise too many times in the House of Commons to note the
suicide of a bullied youth."

- [Bullying] has becom a "nationwide problem"

- "A study published in the medical Journal of Pediatrics found that about one in seven
Canadian children aged 11 to 16 are victims of bullying."

- "Suicide is one among others that have been directly linked to bullying."


Mas, Susana. "MPs to Debate NDP Anti-bullying Motion." CBC News. N.p., 13 Oct. 2012.
Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2012/10/13/pol-the-house-
ndp-anti-bullying-motion.html>. - She would make education a priority for all children
-She would ensure that no child in any community
would be prevented from attending post secondary
school or universtiy
-She is a strong believer in equality -Canadian Aboriginal born in Illooet, BC
- She is one of the few First Nations woman to achieve
a masters degree in education
- She is a vice principal of K-12 school
-She has the opportunity to positively impact the success
of children's education Qualities:





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Key Accomplishments:
Why you are inspired:





How Canada would benefit
under their leadership: Date:
Title:
Government:

Summary: Reference: Key Sentences: Date:
Title:
Government:

Summary: Friday, October 12, 2012
Quebec private schools willing to accept more challenged students
Provincial


This is an article from The Gazette that speaks about The Minister of Education ,Marie Malovys threatening to cut government subsidies to private schools
(Subsidie: grant or contribution of money)

- A day later option: 324 fee paying schools cut off 60% of their revenue if they accept students with learning disablities
- Private schools take an unfair advantage because they only accept the bright children and reject those with disabilities/ handicaps
- main private school assosiations insisted that Malavoy was wrong, "All our schools welcome students with a variety of learning challenges, according to the resources available to properly support each child.” -Michel Lafrance, head of Quebec Association of Independent Schools continued... Key Sentences - according to Education Department figures (2007-2008) province gave $450 million to private system
-“We are against a ‘retail’ approach to education,” said Denise Boucher, “where schools increasingly select the students they want
It used to be that in every school you had stronger students mixed in with weaker ones and they could help one another.” In an interesting study conducted by Showtime television, the hosts
found that 75% of tested New York City residents actually
preferred tap water over bottled water in a blind taste test. In Canada, per capita bottled water consumption grew 40% from 1999 to 2004. In 1999, each Canadian consumed approximately 24.4 litres of bottled water.
By 2005, it had increased to about 60 litres per person, with sales worth $652.7 million. References: Bagnall, Janet. " ”The Gazette. 12 October. 2012, Montreal ed.: G1. Print. *Took a 32km trek to British fort to warn them
*Easedropped on soldiers conversation and took immeadiate action
*Left right at dawn, determined to send information, did not give up
*Kept Niagara loyal to British crown, did not let American forces succeed Date: October 13th 2012
Title: Canada and the EU are natural partners
Government: International

* This is an article from the Toronto Star (www.thestar.com) that speaks about the shared desires of different issues that Canada and the European Union endorse. Includes promotions such as defending democracy and freedom, against the death penalty and promoting human rights worldwide.

Summary:

* Canada and EU ties are developing
*investment flows and bilateral trade boost further because of (CETA)
*2011, Canada & EU reached $78.7 billion from "two way trade"
*presence of strong supporter from the United nations, share common causes
*Catherine Ashton would like to make a stronger bond between Canada and the EU
(She is the Vice President of the European Commission and the representative for foreign affairs)
*Faces challenges of democratization, sustainable development and refuge in other foreign countries
*EU’s civilian and military missions overseas has Canada as a regular and highly valued participant Key Sentences

*[Few partners have as much in common as the European Union and Canada. Our shared desire to promote and defend freedom and democracy, the social protection our societies offer, our rejection of the death penalty and our belief in championing human rights globally are just some of the areas of convergence.]

*[Canada is already a regular and highly valued participant in the EU’s civilian and military missions overseas, and is the only country outside Europe regularly to participate in EU electoral observation missions around the world.]

*[The strongest kind of international relations are those that are rooted in history, supported by common values and nurtured by similar interests. That describes the Canadian-European relationship perfectly.]

*[What started out in the 1950s as a mainly economic relationship has evolved over the years to become a close strategic partnership.]

*[The EU is Canada’s second most important trading partner after the U.S. and Canada the EU’s 11th most important.]


References:

*Ashton, Catherine. "Canada and the EU are natural partners." Toronto Star
13 Oct. 2012, sec. Opinion: n. pag. http://www.thestar.com. Web. 13 Oct. 2012. Introducing the
Debate Topic: Some people may say that water bottles are cleaner and safer than tap water and should defiantly be allowed to sell water bottles in school however the following fact states:
1. Consumers should not assume that bottled water is any more pure or safe than tap water. In one case, a brand of bottled water, advertised as “pure, glacier water,” was found to be taken from a municipal water supply while another brand, flaunted as “spring water,” was pumped from a water source next to a hazardous waste dumping site.
Also another supporting fact to the last argument is:
2. In Canada, tap water is more stringently tested than bottled water. Canadian tap water is also fluorinated, which is better for your teeth than its non-fluorinated bottled counterpart. A number of scientific studies have shown that bottled water is often less safe than tap water.
People may say it is okay to have them in schools since they can be recycled as this fact states the benefits: A Couple of perspectives on Bottled v.s. Tap Water As You can see there are two cups of water on your desk.
One is marked with an "X" and the other with a "Y'. We
cannot tell we what each cup contains or else if we did, it would cause our little experiment to become redundant. What we can tell you is that each cup contains a different type of water. In other words, the first cup was treated differently than the second cup. Please do not drink from them as yet......

We ask you to now drink the first cup ( "X" ). Now remember how that tasted to you and then set it aside when you are done.

Now that you ahve tasted that one, we now ask you to drink from the second cup ( "Y" ). PLease refer to instructions from first taste test please. Water Drinking Poll A lot of people might think plastic water bottles
are okay because they can be recycled however:

* An estimated 88% of water bottles are not recycled in Canada. These bottles take up to 1,000 years to biodegrade and may leak toxic additives into the groundwater. Plastic bottles are becoming the fastest-growing form of municipal solid waste in the U.S. and Canada. Every day, consumers discard more than 60 million plastic water bottles.
Bottled water also causes a lot of pollution in the process of just transporting the bottle as this fact states:

* In contrast to tap water, which is distributed through an energy-efficient infrastructure, transporting bottled water over long distances involves burning massive quantities of fossil fuels. Nearly a quarter of all bottled water crosses national borders to reach consumers, transported by boat, train, and truck. Works Cited: Ashton, Catherine. "Canada and the EU are natural partners." Toronto Star
13 Oct. 2012, sec. Opinion: n. pag. http://www.thestar.com. Web. 13 Oct. 2012.
Moloney, Paul. “Ford loses, plastic bag ban stays” Toronto Star 4 October. 2012, Toronto ed.: G1. Print.
Mas, Susana. "MPs to Debate NDP Anti-bullying Motion." CBC News. N.p., 13 Oct. 2012.
Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <www.cbc.ca/news/politics/story/2012/10/13/pol-the-house-
ndp-anti-bullying-motion.html>.
"About Clara." Clara Hughes. Clara Hughes, 2012. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://clara-hughes.com/about-clara/>.
Gordon, Sean. "The Globe and Mail." The Globe and Mail. The Globe and Mail, 20 July 2012. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.theglobeandmail.com/sports/olympics/clara-hughes-the-greatest-female-olympian-ever/article4428969/>.
Hunter, Paul. "London 2012: Clara Hughes Fifth in Final Olympic Race." Thestar.com. Toronto Star, 1 Aug. 2012. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.thestar.com/sports/london2012/cycling/article/1235171--london-2012-cycling-clara-hughes-fith-in-women-s-time-trial>.
Kines, Lindsay. "The Vancouver Sun." Medal Winner Clara Hughes Makes $10,000 Donation to Vancouver Charity. The Vancouver Sun, 25 Feb. 2010. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.vancouversun.com/sports/2010wintergames/Medal winner Clara Hughes makes donation Vancouver charity/2612430/story.html>. Admin. "Plastic Water Bottles Various Types and Benefits of Use." WaterUse.org. WaterUse, 17 Sept. 2011. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://wateruse.org/plastic-water-bottles-various-types-and-benefits-of-use/>.
Berry, Beth. "Are Plastic Drink Bottles Safe to Reuse for Drinking Water?" Green Living on National Geographic. Demand Media, 2012. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://greenliving.nationalgeographic.com/plastic-drink-bottles-safe-reuse-drinking-water-3110.html>.
City News. "Are Plastic Water Bottles Harmful?" City News Toronto. Citytv, 29 Jan. 2007. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.citytv.com/toronto/citynews/life/health/article/25947>.
Goodall, Jane. "Bottled Drinking Water." Bottled Drinking Water. Project Blue, 2008. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.janegoodall.ca/project-blue/BottledDrinkingWater.html>.
"Natural Spring Water or Reconstituted Tap Water?" Natural Spring Water or Reconstituted Tap Water? All About Water, 2004. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.allaboutwater.org/tap-water.html>.
"Water, Bottled Water - The Issues - Sustainable Table." Water, Bottled Water. Sustainable Table, Sept. 2009. Web. 14 Oct. 2012. <http://www.sustainabletable.org/issues/water/>.
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