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After the American Revolution they had to either go back to Britain or go to Canada. Many went to Canada and they are called Loyalists. Confederation - The union of the colonies and provinces into one federal union under one federal government. It was made legal by the British North America Act in 1867. Durham Report
Economy structure differences between America’s neighbors There are two big countries surround the united stated one from the north and the other from the south. Canada shared with the northern states of America, the cold weather that makes this region of the land snow most of the year. On the other hand, Mexico located in the south of the United States has a subtropical climate similar to western states of America like California. These two countries are independent countries that have made their way to develop industry, discover their resources and contribute in the industry. Both Canada and Mexico seem to have common resources to develop their industry but they do have variation in the way of making use of their resources and making international
When it comes to international agreements, Canada is an active participant and has signed various treaties over the years. The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS) is an example of an environmental treaty Canada has signed. The Mine Ban Treaty is an example of a human rights
There are more than 130 different species of agave. Blue agave is the most notable because of its role in Mexican society and economy. It creates an enormous amount of revenue in Mexico and all over the world. The world’s largest consumer of tequila is the United States topping the charts with over ten million cases imported last year alone. With this being such a cash crop, a great deal of research goes into the pests that affect this plant.
It is also contributed to United States oil industry by seventeenth percent of produce oil, as said by (Pam Barrett pg. 43) “Oil is by far the largest of Alaska’s industries”, and (R. Warren Anderson ) “Former Secretary of the Interior Gale Norton summed up its success in 2003 that Today the pipeline produces 17 percent of our domestic petroleum. It has pumped nearly 14 billion barrels of oil and $400 billion into our economy”, it gave jobs for several thousand people, Alyeska workers and sub-contractors. The pipeline has help Alaska which is the most heavily tax state to the most tax-free state. Alaska has profit more than half of the income from the pipeline has produces and the other profit goes to the United States.
Even though Canada and the US are in North America they have some significant differences and similarities in land forms and water forms. One of the main differences in land is the size of the land. Canada’s land is the second largest land in the world. Even though the US doesn’t have the largest land area it has some pretty key features to it like where Canada has the St. Lawrence River the U.S. has the Mississippi. The U.S. also has the Gulf of Mexico which the US uses to trade and travel to the islands of the Philippines and Bahamas.
In addition, as Mexico is a country associated with drug trafficking, there are concerns that Mexican migrants could be smuggling drugs into America, creating the problem of drug related crimes. The introduction of Mexican cultural traditions to America, especially in states with large numbers of migrants, have helped to improve cultural aspects of those states. Mexican themed food has become incredibly popular in America with burrito and taco fast food shops opening up across the country. The new food & music has helped to improve the cultural diversity of America significantly. With such a large number of Mexican migrants not speaking English fluently, it is now common for Spanish to be taught in American schools, widening the skill set of the younger population and improving the potential career opportunities that students may