Essay On Canada Globalization

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The Canadian government’s move toward globalization is creating a level playing field for the Canadian economy and the culture by closing the gap of trade barriers and opening up the market, thereby making Canada a more industrialized and multicultural society. Globalization, the term is defined as the interactions among people of different nations through international trade and communication integration. This approach is unlocking the nationalistic perspectives to broader outlook, thus encouraging multiculturalism as well as linking ties among the nations. The trading has been conventional between the countries since several thousand years ago, however, the people were not enlightened regarding the distinct cultures and backgrounds. The…show more content…
Afterward Canada gradually began the trade with countries all around the world. The global trade started to enrich the Canadian immigrants culturally and benefited many people economically as well. This aided businesses in Canada significantly. Now the Canadians had access to many products, such as fruits, vegetables, clothing items and more, which were never before produced or accessed in the Canadian market, which now, made it convenient for the…show more content…
This is why the other cultures do not seem like ‘alien’ to us. As professor Borroso from Duquesne University Pittsburgh says “The big difference with the globalization we have nowadays is the fact that it is not controlled by one or a few countries; it goes beyond any borders, it’s truly global and unable to be controlled by any individual government,” thus the people have become more tolerable. Countless fast food restaurants, television programs, diverse music and sports events from many cultures are becoming common. Few of the example are Hollywood and Bollywood movies, music from different parts of Asia, sports such as cricket is also becoming more common in Canada. Since we have greater access to the foreign culture, we have more choices. More than two-thirds of Canadian television is devoted to foreign programs as well. People from across the world, can find benefit in Canada. For instance, the refugee migrations have been part of human existence across the globe from time to time, the scale of the current refugee crisis is fuelled by modern advancements in communication and transportation, making it easy for refugees to come in and feel at ease as they can find food and items from their homeland in the market easily. Moreover, the ever growing technological advancements and transportations are beneficial to the
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