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Article Analysis and Response: Saskatchewan Indian Gaming
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This 3 page paper examines and responds to an article about the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority (SIGA) which was recently named “Business of the Year” by a Saskatchewan paper. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: HVSaskGa.rtf

Auto Insurance Reform in Ontario (Case Analysis)
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This 14 page paper looks at the problem of automobile insurance in Ontario. The case study takes place in 1990 but reflects historical information on the problem. The organization is evaluated and this analysis is a strict business interpretation of options presented to the president of a small auto insurance firm. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: SA317Ont.rtf

Beatrice C. Mosionier/In Search of April Raintree
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A 12 page research paper/essay on this novel and how its aesthetics and style contribute to an emotional appeal that appears to be equally strong for both adolescents and adults, regardless of whether they are Aboriginal or non-Aboriginal. This examination shows that the novel’s appeal lies in the author’s narrative style, but also in the novel’s relevancy, as it brings together aspects of Canadian history and politics in a manner that is compelling and fascinating for readers interested in Canadian history, Aboriginal politics, and the treatment of women within Canadian society. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khaprilr.rtf

Benefits and Costs of a Taxpayer Focused (Public) Healthcare System (Canadian Based)
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This is a 5 page paper discussing benefits, costs and possible modernization of the public health care system in Canada. Canadians currently appreciate the public healthcare system in their country mainly because the Canada Health Act guarantees free health care to anyone in the country. Despite this advantage over other countries in which patients have to pay for health care and may be turned away if they are unable to, the Canadian taxpayers also realize that health care costs are increasing and this will eventually become a burden on the average taxpayer. Rather than give up the public system for a private system or a two-tiered system which would create an inequality in health care services for the public, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) has offered a report outlining certain areas in the current system which could be modernized including the Canada Health Act. While keeping universal health care as a priority, the CTF believes that the new principles of the system should be public governance, quality, accountability, choice and sustainability in addition to structural changes that would allow for individual accountability measures, intergenerational fairness and a commitment to innovative technologies. The taxpayer would still be the central focus of the health care system while increasing the efficiency of the current system. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TJCanhc1.rtf


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