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...t would have been hard for us to connect with family and friends or for example if one of our family was having problem with money that way we can go and send them money. Education is very important if we do not study then for us it will be very hard to find jobs. We need to export and import goods to other countries that will way we can make money because in different countries they climate change is different. What I mean by that is if Canada has harsh winters then we can not grow vegetable and fruits here we will need import and export its like trading. If we trade for one thing, then they will have to trade with us back. I also go for globalization is now in third world countries they are going through hunger and they have no shelter or there is war going around in their country. In order for them to get these things they will have to migrate to other countries.
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