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Canadian identity is the combination of cultural phenomena that sets Canadians apart as their own people. Historically, Canadian identity has taken much influence from the French and the British, while modern day Canada ... More »

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One similarity between individual identity and any given culture is the value of experience. A person must experience something within life to know who they are. When enough people share the same experiences and values, ... More »

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The Government of Canada website provides information in English and French on jobs in Canada, immigration to Canada, and travel inside and outside of Canadian borders, as well as business, benefits, health and taxes in ... More »

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There are two main theories for why people form groups. According to Science News, the first theory derives from an evolutionary need to belong to a group in order to increase chances of survival. According to the Univer... More »

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Rural areas have a greater number of older people, with almost 19 percent of the population over age 64 compared to just 12 percent of the population in the city. There were 80 deaths per 1,000 males between 1 and 24 yea... More »

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