An Overview of Canada
An Overview of Canada
No change is needed to encourage Canada to develop a stronger national unity. Just some guidance on the system we already have. Canada’s current federal governing system is built on a strong platform of Canadian pride. Although this system has failed to provide Canada with a firm grasp on achieving oneness, we have experienced enough to push our way through the crowds.
Canada is home to a wide variety of cultural groups. The Canadian landscape consists of mountains, tundra, forests, lakes, and prairies. The climate is wet, sunny, cold, and snowy… all at the same time. Not any where in the world will you find a country that offers such diversity. The people of Canada must take advantage of all that this country has to offer. Using the true contrast to unite Canadians, rather than separating them. By all working together, and developing Canada to it’s greatest potential, will real unity be achieved.
Canada has made a choice to govern it’s nation by federalism. By doing this Canada has agreed to unite. This will improve the protection of the future, prosperity, and freedom. So if Canada has agreed to unite, it should eventually be accomplished. Dreams don’t come true over night. But as Canadians, we should believe that we can make this country a promising nation for all.
Once you have set a goal you don’t back down. Canada has remained truthful to creating a secure future for everyone. Canada’s goal is marriage, not divorce. This requires love from both sides. The people of Canada must support and accept decisions made by the government, and trust they are for the better. In return the government should allow more say by the public. What is it that Canadians really want? How can everyone’s needs be met, and standard of living be equalized. Doing this will ensure a win-win situation for everyone. The results will not lead to divorce ( complete independent nations), nor will it lead to a "one-power" relationship (unitary system).
Being the Prime Minister of Canada is no easy job. It’s like being the parent of two younger children. If one gets something, the other wants it too. Nothing is fair, nothing is even. But in the end they realize everything was to benefit them. Like Canada’s east and west. The governments have to provide for the high demands in the...