Air Quality Management: Canadian Perspectives on a Global

This publication presents a large evaluation of the problems concerning coping with of air caliber in Canada. find out about the air matters that experience triggered affects to ecosystems or human wellbeing and fitness and for this reason been particular to be controlled. become aware of how Canada’s nationwide governance related to a federal govt in addition to provincial and territorial governments affects the air caliber administration technique. know the way Canadians deal with their air caliber in context with america, their biggest and closest neighbour. enjoy the event of forty three of Canada’s so much skilled air caliber administration execs who proportion their insights into the kingdom of air caliber in Canada this present day, the way it is controlled, in addition to giving a glimpse into the longer term.

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Chapter 3 continues this theme, but switches focus from Jesuit to Indigenous martyrs. My purpose here is to try to understand how and why an Algonquin man called Joseph / Onaharé came to see himself as a Christian martyr in relation to both Christian and Algonquin audiences of the drama of his death. Chapter 4 turns from the mission field to the settler community of Canada, nestled along the banks of the St Lawrence. Here I look at the rhetoric and practice of charity in performances of holiness to elucidate connections between gender, place, colonialism, and local holiness.

Henry IV, as part of a sweeping effort to reward and placate his Protestant followers after his conversion to Catholicism, at first granted trading monopolies in New France to powerful Protestant noblemen. Pierre du Gua de Monts, the first to receive such a commission, was nevertheless required by the terms of his monopoly to establish Catholic missions among the Indigenous population. Despite the presence of some Huguenots in the earliest of France’s renewed colonial efforts in Acadia and Canada, there was little doubt that the new colonies would be anything but Catholic.

This initiative also marked the beginning of the involvement of wealthy and highly devout laymen and women, known as les dévot(e)s, in the religious project of New France. indd 27 2014-06-03 13:13:45 28 Becoming Holy in Early Canada ethos after the end of the civil wars. Despite Poutrincourt’s plan to build an agricultural settlement, interests at the French court leaned precipitously toward trade and religion in the new world, rather than toward settlement. For much of the first half of the seventeenth century, New France was little more than a fur-trading and fishing post.

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