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Multiculturalism A real vote-getter is this minister. Must be spry enough to engage in folk dances with ethnic groups while speaking in tongues. Dresses eclectically. 57 58 Canadian Politics Unplugged The multiculturalism minister should be able to speak and write one language no better than any other, except maybe Bantu. He sees it as a compliment when people refer to the Parliament Buildings’ Peace Tower of Babel. His main worry: that cornflakes boxes are getting big as crates to accommodate all the languages identifying the contents.
Their physical presence is needed for them to vote for or against a bill, as instructed. They are like Pavlov’s dogs: the Assembly bell rings, and they vote, knowing that they will be rewarded with a meaty stipend. Some MPs have been trained for so long to respond with this conditioned reflex that hearing any bell causes them to salivate, jump up on their hind legs, and wait to be counted. Occasionally an MP will grow restless, or ambitious, and introduce a private member’s bill. This ilk of bill allows the members to vote according to their conscience.
2. Health and Welfare For years Ottawa’s Health Department has wrestled with the enormous problem of how to reduce cigarette smoking without damaging the fragile environment of Ontario tobacco growers’ votes. ” As for the Welfare branch, its main responsibility is to make sure that no Canadian is too poor to buy smokes. It is also concerned about financial support of “single moms” — women who have children by means of artificial information. The Power Trip (Scenic Route) 3. ” This annoys the hell out of the native Indians, who have been here long enough to qualify as residents.
Antenna-Radio Propagation Part 3 - Canadian MIL TM