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A New House

Checkpoint: A New House I have just found out that I am going to have a baby. I currently live in a small apartment; this will not be big enough for our new addition, we now need to figure out the best ways to go about buying a new home. I have read the 10 […]

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Dr. Politics

Dr. Politics If you like government policy and hate pre-medical science, political science may be for you. I interviewed Professor Stephen Schmidt, also known as ?Dr. Politics? and senior Katie Gilbert. Professor Schmidt teaches political science classes, specializing in Latin Studies and Internet courses. He also has a weekly radio show on WPOL, where his […]

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Immigration In Canada

Immigration In Canada Immigration Immigration is a worldwide phenomenon. Canada is an increasingly ethnically diverse country. Canada?s reflection of ethnic diversity is due to the increasing flow of immigration. The vast majority of Canadians are born in Canada, and most of them are from European descent. Close to, half of all immigrants that came to […]

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A New House

Checkpoint: A New House Leslie Burns Axia College November 18, 2012 The housing market doesn??™t really go along with considering marginal benefits and marginal costs. Marginal benefits and marginal costs are concepts that are associated with one more unit. Since the decision to purchase a house usually involves a choice between both purchasing zero, and […]

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Tainting Democracy

Tainting Democracy Tainting Democracy Ideally, a society expects its government to be a democracy in which majority rules. It is hoped that democracy will promote equality and freedom. However, democracy is a complicated school of thought. There is a dual meaning linked with democracy that lies in two different theories: participatory democracy and representative democracy. […]

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Immigration

Immigration Immigration Immigration is a worldwide phenomenon. Canada is an increasingly ethnically diverse country. Canada?s reflection of ethnic diversity is due to the increasing flow of immigration. The vast majority of Canadians are born in Canada, and most of them are from European descent. Close to, half of all immigrants that came to Canada between […]

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