When the U.S asks for something from Canadians, they always seem to get it like with what happened in INCO. Canadians have to establish rules and boundaries and stop giving them everything. When Canadian corporations reach an income of $5,000,000 a year, they are sometimes bought by the U.S (Stats Can, 2006) and this should not occur because these are companies that Canadians have worked too hard for to just give away. INCO was one of Canada’s biggest nickel producers in between 1936 to 1998 ( It was bought by an American company. Companies that we create and that bring our country success should not be bought by the U.S; these are the companies we should work towards and keep, not give away. With the INCO issue, it is clear to see that Canada needs to establish newer rules. Canadians have to reconsider what our strategy is because there are other countries that need our business more than the U.S
America is always in control because Canada and Mexico are regulated to the status of their political and economic colonies. When it comes down to the decision making, the U.S...
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...pportunity to take advantage of us. Being similar to the U.S is not terrible because they are usually successful in what they do even if it does not involve doing the right thing. But with the title of multicultural comes the responsibility of being the country we are known to be. If Canadians continue to follow in the footsteps of the U.S we will lose what we have been building up for so many years and will not be as well respected as we are now. In order for Canadians to keep the successful title they have as independent, multicultural and accepting, we have to the time to associate with other countries and increase trade with them and have our own line of defense even if it takes time. Overall, it is important to know that America is not the only country that can give us what we need and it would be good for Canadians be what they are known as; independent.
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