Social Research in Canada

Social programs in Canada include all government programs designed to give assistance to citizens outside of what the market provides. The Canadian social safety net covers a broad spectrum of programs, and because Canada is a federation, many are run by the provinces. Canada has a wide range of government transfer payments to individuals, which totaled $176.6 million in 2009. Only social programs that direct funds to individuals are included in that cost; programs such as medicare and public education are additional costs. Generally speaking before the Great Depression most social services were provided by religious charities and other private groups. Changing government policy between the 1930s and 1960s saw the emergence of a welfare state, similar to many Western European countries. Most programs from that era are still in use, although many were scaled back during the 1990s as government priorities shifted towards reducing debt and deficit.
Though 21 days Social Research in Canada, based on the above 6 topics, participants and accompany teacher and our overseas coordinators would together compete this social research journey.
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  • Eligibility & Visa
  • Pics & Videos
  • Others
After 21 days social research in Canada, when participants go back to their university, the accompany teacher would together with all the participants compete the research report. And then, based on the research reports, the participants would get 2 certificates, one is from our American counterpart and another is from the university
A. Sino-Canada Higher Education Comparison
B. Sino-Canada Healthcare and Social Security Comparison
C. Sino-Canada Volunteerism & Social Welfare Organization Comparison
D. Sino-Canada Public Service Dept Comparison
E. Chinese Canadian’s Living Status in the US
F. Canadian Business Environment and Culture