The Remarkable Economy of Canada

This is Canada, a highly advanced first world country blessed with an abundance of natural resources and polite people. This nation is often a side though when compared to its far more influential and much louder brother to the south, but Canada is an extremely important economy in its own rights with a few key contributors that make it truly unique in the western hemisphere. For starters, it is a commonwealth country meaning that while it is a free and independent state, it still takes a lot of its lessons from its mother back across the Atlantic ocean.

The nation is also blessed and cursed by its own geography and anther issue worth exploring is the love/hate relationship that Canada has had with skilled immigration in the past decades.

In this video, we will explore the issues facing Canada and look respectively at how they are the perfect case study for the world as a whole.

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