Solving Youth Unemployment in Canada
You may approach these topics in any particular way that you want; however, your essay MUST focus on one of these four main issue focuses (failure to do so will result in significant reduction of
marks). For example, if you choose to write on People and politics: Social issues in Canadian Politics,
you may want to focus on the issue of legalizing same sex marriage in Ontario or abortion etc. You may choose any subtopic that will fall under the four issues listed above. The most effective way to
produce a well written research paper is to organize your arguments in the form of an outline,
though you are not required to use this approach and will not be submitting it for evaluation. After you have selected your topic, start thinking about how you would like to present it, your arguments, what is it that you wish to prove, how you will prove it, etc.
Content of Your Paper – The final component of this assignment is a well-organized research essay.
Please write in full sentences, and your final essay must have an introduction, thesis statement, body paragraphs, conclusion and reference page. Your may format your references in any way you wish (APA, MLA, Chicago style, footnote, endnote etc) as long as it is consistent. Your final
assignment must have a MINIMUM of 6 references, 3 of which must be academic sources (i.e. either articles from peer reviewed journals or books. Magazines, periodical and websites are NOT academic sources, if you are unsure if the source is academic or not, please consult your instructor
before proceeding). If you wish you may also use headings in your essay. Your essay should be approximately 6 pages, double spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font.