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THE THROW-AWAY WORKER: USE (AND ABUSE) OF CHINESE IMMIGRANTS IN DEVELOPING CANADA'S RAILROADS - AN OUTLINE
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This 6-page paper provides an outline discussing the use of Chinese immigrants in developing Canadian railroads in the late 19th century. The discussion focuses on the economics and sociological reasons why the Chinese were used for the dangerous and dirtiest jobs. Annotated bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: MTcanarail.rtf

The Treatment and Internment of Japanese Canadians during World War II
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This is a 6 page paper discussing the treatment and internment of Japanese Canadians during World War II. Before the attack on Pearl Harbor, Japanese Canadians lived as commercial fishermen, miners, forester, and merchants and were allowed to join the armed forces to fight for Canada. After the attack on Pearl Harbor however, the Canadian and American governments both evacuated their Japanese populations and sent them to various internment camps for the duration of the war. In Canada, the province of British Columbia had the largest Japanese population of over 23,000 and 21,000 of these were sent inland to camps across the country in order to “safe guard” and protect the coast of Canada. The homes and possessions of the Japanese Canadians were confiscated and sold. After the war, the Japanese were not allowed to move back to B.C. or else they would be deported. By 1949, they were allowed back into B.C. but by that time many had started lives elsewhere. Finally, in 1988, the Canadian Government and the National Association of Japanese Canadians agreed on a Redress settlement. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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The Use of Promissory Estoppel as a Shield and not a Sword: Canadian Cases and Arguments
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the concept of promissory estoppel as a shield and not a sword in consideration of Canadian legal cases. Promissory estoppel is a legal term based upon a principle where someone who has relied upon a gratuitous promise may be able to enforce it and based on one definition by the Legal Information Institute is stated as “the doctrine allowing recovery on a promise made without consideration when the reliance on the promise was reasonable, and the promise relied to his or her detriment”. Promissory estoppel is used as a defensive action and because of this is considered best used as a “shield” and not as a “sword” from a legal standpoint. Using Canadian cases which have utilized the promissory estoppel tool, defensively it is much easier implemented and easier to realize when a case fulfills the requirements for promissory estoppel. Cases which have attempted to use promissory estoppel as a “sword” have been less successful because often vital elements necessary for the fulfillment of promissory estoppel are not met such as agreement of action, equity, unambiguous consensus and consideration. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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The Vancouver Public Aquarium Case
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This is a 15 page paper discussing the marketing case of the Vancouver Public Aquarium (1987). In the case presented, the Public Relation Director has to consider a request from the Educational Programs Coordinator to restrict access to the Aquarium for school groups only during the weekday winter hours of 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. In considering his alternatives, the Director has to take into account the six significant markets: schools, members, general admissions, donors, volunteers, and scientists in addition to other factors which would be affected by change such as gift store hours, customer satisfaction and improving the efficiency of the advertising budget and campaigns. The case is presented using the Harvard Methodology format: problem definition, alternative solutions, critical success factors, evaluation of the problem and conclusion. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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