The first significant trade between China and Canada started in the year 1961, when China signed a long-term contract with the Canadian Wheat board. This contract facilitated in cementing important ties with China and led to Canada being the sole supplier of Wheat to China by 1971. In recent years, China became a major player globally playing a pivotal role in the international trade market. Post recession period has seen a shift in the world economic centre from the Atlantic towards the Pacific, where China, India and other Asian countries have become a second pillar of global growth in international trade market. For Canadian businesses, China still represents a vast untapped market for Canadian goods and services.
NAFTA even had an important provision for the welfare of the Mexican laborers. However, the rosy picture was little more than window dressing at a grand scale. The maquiladoras were factories that employed many unskilled laborers and some office workers. To call the maquiladoras, “sweatshops”, would not be an understatement. Wages actually decreased in Mexico and increased in the US during NAFTA.
Attempts to control the flow of migrants by building maquiladora Many factories are built just inside Mexico, by American firms. These are maquiladora developments. The Mexican workers accept much lower pay and longer hours than American workers would, The production costs are lower because Mexico has much laxer environmental controls than the USA, so dumping waste is much cheaper. The factories are located very close to the American border, so transporting goods into America is very easy. These developments, however, have encouraged many Mexicans to leave the countryside to work in industry.
The current economic trends of the natural resource sector are being closely followed by the governments of Canada on the federal, provincial and city levels. Natural resources are key to the Canadian economy and according to statistics Canada, energy, forestry and mining generated 11% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in 2011.). As the demand for commodities increases worldwide the Canadian export sector grows which keeps the economy alive and even booming at times. The Canadian economy has been negatively affected by weak commodity prices and the drop in global trade. The federal government’s economic action plan is investing in the natural resource sector to build and secure Canada’s economic future.
So the Confederation decided to protect Canada economy from U.S. The Confederation improved a new tax on Canadian products such as wheat and endangered Canada is important U.S gain trade. It was very important to build the railway in 1860s. It helped increased trade and developed new market within the colonies.
However, when Canada increased the price tariffs, the price of the t-shirt would increase once it entered the other country. So now, the retail price of the Canadian shirt would be, for example, eighteen dollars. Now the priced has increased, no one will buy the t-shirt from Canada, Mainly because the American one is cheaper.  The U.S.A may have also even cut the trading and/or importing with Canada but they have learned their lesson by not including such high tariffs when trading with other countries from Middle East and
Introduction When it comes to potatoes, Canada has a well earned reputation of being ranked the 12th largest potatoes producer in the world. Potatoes are high in nutrients and it fairly easy to grow in almost all climates and produces plentifully. Potatoes are an immense part in everybody lives as it is essential to a persons nutrition. The potato, now grown worldwide was discovered by Spanish explorers in Peru around the 16th century. Understandably, potatoes are the most important vegetable here in Canada, farms covering more than 160,700 hectares of farmland.
Hi,everyone!Welcome to this program I am a Canadian! Due to the Canada Day is around the corner,today's topic is what it mean to be Canadian!I will lead you a unparalleled trip which offers you inco mparable audio and visual enjoyment ! First of all,let u highlight our unique universal features Canada is . located in the northern part of North America. and has 3 territories and 10 provinces We use Canadian dollar yes I see rich uncle Kenny bagsI know Canadian money looks like Monopoly money It is the world's second-largest country by total area.
The western slopes of the mountains get lots of snow. The northeastern plains have very cold winters and cool summers. The frost free season on the coast is the longest in Canada, averaging more than 200 days. Agriculture Farmland accounts for only 3% of BC's area, yet it still contributes majorly to the provinces economy. As in most mountainous areas the flood plains , terraces and deltas of the rivers and valleys have good soils where crops can be grown(2).
Multiculturalism - Canada’s modern beginnings stated by being a global village in which people from Aboriginal, Francophone and,Anglophone were brought together. Canada has always been a cultural mosaic and its identity has been defined by the varied groups of cultures that inhabit this land . These days Canada is defined by people from 200+ different ethnic origins currently residing in the country. These people , refugees and migrants form a crucial part of the population of Canada. All these people have different races , cultures and ethnicities but they still strive to be a part of Canada , the biggest cultural mosaic .