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The Economic Black Hole As Kahil Gibran once said: “Life without liberty is like a body without spirit,” this quote mirrors the Canadian economic state in the sense that Canada on the global plain has lost its identity. Canada has always been a country saturated in culture and open to diversification but the NAFTA agreement has brought its downfall. Canada, United States of America and Mexico united to sign an agreement in hopes of achieving a better standard of living and to make humanity more affluent. Canada, the United States of America, and Mexico signed the North American Free Trade Agreement on December 17, 1992 in light of these hopes. Globalization through the Canadian perspective was the foundation to economic downfall and the beginning to
(2008). Racial inequality in employment in Canada: Empirical analysis and emerging trends. Canadian Public Administration, 51 (3). Pg. 429-453. http://journals2.scholarsportal.info.proxy.library.carleton.ca/details.xqy?uri=/00084840/v51i0003/429_riieiceaaet.xml Broadbent, E. (2012).
This was a terrible time for many Canadians, as many men and woman had lost their jobs.  The stock market crash happened because too many people were investing in stocks, hoping to make easy money, but backfired on Canadians. More people we’re losing their jobs, and the economy would be falling more and more. By the 30’s, technology had not been as advanced as it is today and because of the advanced technology, more job opportunities are offered to many people thus with the many job opportunities. Canadians will not have to rely on stock market as they did in
(2013). 20 years of NAFTA: is North America better off? Aljazeera America. Retrieved from http://america.aljazeera.com/watch/shows/inside-story/articles/2014/3/31/in-thetwo-decadessinceenactmenthasnaftadeliveredonitspromises.html Running head: CANADA’S ROLE IN NAFTA Mesloh, D. (2009). United States Imposes Tariffs On Softwood Lumber From Four Canadian Provinces Due To Canada's Failure To Comply With The 17 Softwood Lumber Agreement.
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