Review of Articles on Canadian Politics

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Essay #: 073311
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Review of Articles on Canadian Politics
PART 1
Newspaper article on Federal Government: Brian Topp. The Globe and Mail. “A modest proposal for Harper: Why not ethical landmines?”
Term of office: A term of office is the period of time that an elected official is allowed to keep his position. It is a very necessary part of democracy to have terms of office. If we did not have them, people would have too much power. When a term of office ends, the voters can decide if they want to keep the official for another term. This encourages the official to try to do a good job. However, it does not guarantee they will do a good job. As we can see in this article, some people think that Prime Minister Harper and Environment Minister Kent are doing a...
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.....vironment for my future.
Bibliography
Brian Topp. “A modest proposal for Harper: Why not ethical landmines?” The Globe and Mail, December 11, 2011. Retrieved from http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/second-reading/brian-topp/a-modest-proposal-for-harper-why-not-ethical-landmines/article2267252/
Cohn, Martin Regg. “Back to Cohn: The good news about Ontario’s negative outlook.” Toronto Star, December 17, 2011. Retrieved from http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/politics/article/1103733--cohn-the-good-news-about-ontario-s-negative-outlook?bn=1
Rider, David. Toronto Star. “Back to Rob Ford to contract out Toronto’s plowing, sweeping and road work.” Toronto Star, December 6, 2011. Retrieved from http://www.thestar.com/news/article/1097460