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Your essay will be a very interesting read, your topic is unique and your style and flow is consistent throughout your abstract. I believe that your research was done with a genuine care to find out more about the LGBT community. Over the course of the semester I spent my time studying civil rights so I see just how important this issue is!
Nice piece! It was smooth and easy to understand! I thought your choice of topic was interesting because I'm from Quebec also and we're bombarded with this issue often. I think that your research was well done at it is evident you care about the topic. I spent the semester writing about civil rights so I can understand the importance of independence; if that is in fact what the people want.
It's nice to hear that you're taking initiative and making a change in our community here in Montreal! I looked at civil rights over the course of the semester and it made me realize how lucky we have it here in the Western world. Music therapy sounds like a very interesting and just plain cool treatment. I'm a musician myself so I would support this therapy to the fullest! Good job in taking initiative and making a difference, good luck helping out the children in need on the 16th!!
Your piece was well written, informative and also very interesting. I believe that this topic is importance because this group is fighting for the rights of many women across Canada. While reading your post I learned that setting more realistic goals rather than an 'overthrow' would be more effective. I agree, and think that society should have no one race/religion/etc that is dominant of another. Here in Quebec the topic of veils has been quite hostile and tense for the past year or so. Here's a link to a protest done by college professors in Montreal, opposing a secular charter that would see the wearing of religious clothing, in particular the Hijab. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/montreal-professors-don-hijab-to-...
Great article, I think that this cause is of great importance because at the end of the day equality should be put above everything else. While reading your post I learned about the consequences of individualism within any given society; and also the benefits of working together as one. Applying the concept of collective efficacy to this specific situation could be very useful in resolving the problems in the aboriginal community. Personally, I think that the Aboriginal culture is great, I live 5 minutes away from a Native reserve so I get to experience the culture first hand. I believe that the federal government should be the first to offer their help to the Aboriginal population. They are in need of many things to start repairing their broken society, here are some of the more recent things they are demanding; and deservingly so be granted in my opinion. http://news.ca.msn.com/local/montreal/aboriginal-leaders-to-press-premie...
This article is very well written, it is clear and concise. This article reminds me of a particular story in the news in Montreal. It was written by an educator reporter for the major local newspaper “The Montreal Gazette”; it aims to take a different approach when it comes to cyber bullying because the author believes past efforts have been inefficient. Check it out! http://www.montrealgazette.com/life/approach+unmaking+school+bullies/948...
Good job writing this article, it is very efficient in getting to the point and keeping the reader’s attention. This subject directly relates to the issues I aim to look at while writing my final project. I aim to show the importance of civil rights and after reading this article it makes this final project even more important because there are some people abroad who do not have the freedom of choice. It is almost unimaginable for us to think that there are young people out there will so much potential that are prevented from thinking the way they want. We often take our freedoms and rights for granted but we should be extremely thankful for what we have and where we live.
I like the point that you made with the british, that both Quebec and India were ruled by them, but I think you could of say Canada and also at the end that Quebec will maybe separate from Canada. Overall it's a good post!
I like the way you indroduce the differences between Quebec and India and then come to the similarities, that way, we can see that these places are very different but can have similarities. Very good post!
I agree with you that India/Pakistan share similarities with Quebec/Canada when we talk about a separation between two countries because these two countries have the same path. Additionally I think, like you, that we do not need to be separated to work better as a country, we have to find a way to live well with different people regardless of their religion, ethnicity etc.
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