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The White Paper on Immigration was a policy document commissioned by the Liberal government of Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson to review immigration legislation and make recommendations on its restructuring. A major review of policy was deemed necessary in response to the changing Canadian economy. Skilled workers were increasingly in demand as manufacturing, managerial, professional and technical occupations grew in importance. Despite this economic shift, the immigration rate of unskilled and undereducated sponsored immigrants remained high, contributing to growing unemployment.

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[This essay was published in a 1957 article in an unidentified Huron County, Ontario, newspaper by Leon C. Cantelon, Walt Disney's second cousin on his grandmother Mary Richardson Disney's side. Cantelon says in his article that Walt himself provided a copy of his father's essay. There's no indication in Cantelon's article of when Elias Disney wrote this piece, but Bob Thomas, in his biography of Roy O. Disney, dates it to 1939.]

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(2010-08-06) - ISBN-13: 978-613-2-18693-5

Rural space is work space, not a leisure space. The city should be a space for working people, not a playground for the rich. Urban workers and rural workers have this in common: consumer capitalism has endangered their ability to live and play in the same place where they earn a living. While both sets of workers are under threat, the rural worker has been rendered invisible by stereotypes, assumptions, and ignorance.

(2010-08-08) - ISBN-13: 978-613-2-20832-3

The White Paper on Immigration was tabled in Parliament in 1966 by Jean Marchand, the minister in charge of the newly formed Department of Manpower and Immigration. The report called for a greater alignment of immigration policy and long-term economic interests. Due to the rapid technological changes in the economy, it argued that Canada should focus on recruiting qualified immigrants and tighten the controls on the sponsorship system to avoid an influx of unskilled labourers.

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There are other sunken ships in Canadian waters that are labelled risks—ships besides the Manolis L., the one at the centre of this story. There are hundreds of other ships left at the bottom of Canadian waters, with names like Scout, Genie G., Arrel, M.F. Therese, the Northern Osprey, Dorothy B., and Mink. Sea Alert, Danny Boy, and Atlantic Charger, too. Many of them pose the same kind of environmental risks as the Manolis L. If you asked biologist and Memorial University professor Dr. Ian Jones, he’d say that’s what this article is really about. He’d say that what I should write about here isn’t just the Manolis L., with its fuel tanks deteriorating at the bottom of the Notre Dame Bay, off Fogo Island and Change Islands. He’d tell you that this story is about what biologists say is an ever-increasing risk of oil spills in the Canadian waters,…

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(2010-09-11) - ISBN-13: 978-613-2-79199-3

Some of the Disneys settled in England and some time ago an article on health appeared in a current publication written by Edward Disney, MD, London, England.

(2010-06-14) - ISBN-13: 978-613-0-45994-9

(2012-04-28) - ISBN-13: 978-613-8-53447-1

The existing sponsorship system allowed Canadian citizens and permanent residents to sponsor relatives for immigration, regardless of their skills, education or qualifications. Under the proposed new system, Canadian citizens would be permitted to sponsor a broader range of dependent and non-dependent relatives, but landed immigrants would be limited to sponsoring their immediate dependents. The report further suggested that non-dependent relatives of Canadian citizens should, at a minimum, be literate in their own language and, if intending to enter the work force, have some educational or occupational qualifications.