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Department
Political Science
Course
POL111H5
Professor
Peter Loewen
Semester
Winter

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Thursday January0512 POL111 Lecture 1 Canada in a Comparative Perspective Canadians like their historians have spent too much time remembering conflicts crises and failures They forgot the great quiet continuity of life in a vast and generous land A cautious people learns from its past a sensible people can face its future Canadians overall are bothIn a world darkened by ethnic conflicts that tear nations apart Canada stands as a model of how people of different cultures can live and work together in peace prosperity and mutual respectExpanded geographically and by population Two ways people live in a country is their life expectancy and money the more money the choice you haveLongevity and money at the level of individuals Canada has been exceptional in the world Life expectancy is always higher and so is wealth things have gotten better as time passes such as GDP and life expectancy even in after massive shocks Canadian politics itself is John A Mc
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