How Does Globalization Affect Canada

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“Globalization means we have to re-examine some of our ideas, and look at ideas from other countries, from other cultures, and open ourselves to them. And that's not comfortable for the average person.”(Herbie Hancock) The Aboriginal people and European were faced many prejudice and discrimination in Canada because government refused them to bring their culture and religion to the area. In addition, globalization is an outcome of human interaction that come from immigrants’ flow, technology, convenient transportation and culture, and then become together. Therefore, through the re-examine of Globalization ideas, they changed the outlook at immigrants because they are benefit Canadian economy sometimes. Immigrants can bring increase investment, aggregate demand and population, which are necessary for globalization; therefore,…show more content…
Before the globalization, Canada paid more attention on home market, and products only sold to national people. Consequently, the income was not higher than after globalization. Also, there is a fact about Canada’s economy twenty years ago, “the international presence of Canadian business was limited and tended to be focused in certain sectors such as Industrial and Natural Resources, and Financial Services.” (n.d.). Companies only dominated some sectors with a few buyers, which couldn’t get high profits. Canadian government wanted to change this problem because they country’s economy is basic, so they chose to open the door to interact with other countries. Moreover, Canada started to try some agreements, and they cooperated with America. At that time, immigrants actually brought lots of benefits to Canada’s economy because they not only bring population, but also lots of
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