Dear Mr. Stephen Harper
Dear Mr. Stephen Harper,
I would like to introduce myself. My name is Surabhi Kaura, student of Grade 12. At present, I am studying in Emery C.I in North York, Ontario. Nowadays, an important topic about recession is being discussed all around in Canada. No doubt, it’s not confined to Canada only, but it is a global issue. The decisions initiated by Canadian government to eliminate this problem are really appreciable. The impact of the gravity of recession is so high, that I being a citizen of Canada felted my moral duty to write you this letter by expressing thanks and good wishes for the endeavors which you are making to eliminate this economic epidemic from Canada.
I wish to express my thoughts and opinion about this issue. I think, recession is when there are not enough jobs for people, due to the shutting down of business houses. This problem emanates from a business. When the manufactured goods of an industry are not purchased by people in that event that business house is left with no option, but to shut down the business unit. Why its products is not purchased and consumed by people? It’s because they have choice to get the similar or the substitute of the product at a cheaper price. I being an enlightened citizen of this country, consider the importance of this issue to be discussed.
There is an imperative need to get rid off this problem as soon as possible. I would like to urge that the following steps may kindly be taken to remove this problem. Our government should stop the import of those goods, which are being sold at cheaper price than Canadian goods. If this is not possible at all then the prices of Canadian goods should be cut to the competitive prices of foreign goods. The government should increase job opportunities for the people. This can be done, if we also develop small scale industries or cottage industries. This will provide employment opportunities to a lot of people. The government should reduce its taxes. This will in turn reduce the financial burden on the people. Hence, they will spend more. In this way, the flow of money will be in circulation. The insurance premium should be reduced on the home and auto insurance. There should be stringed laws about the prices of homes, so that people could buy homes at affordable prices. Whereas, majority of people in Canada do not own their houses, but prefer to rent.
Thanks for your patience.
From: Prime Minister/Premier ministre <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thu 10/7, 12:25 PM
Subject: To curb Recession
On behalf of the Right Honourable Stephen Harper, I would like to thank you for your e-mail correspondence.
The Prime Minister always appreciates learning about the interests and activities of young Canadians, and he has asked me to write to you in reply. I want you to know that Mr. Harper appreciates the time and effort you have invested in bringing your views to his attention.
Thank you again for writing, and please accept my best wishes for a successful school year.
Executive Correspondence Officer
for the Prime Minister's Office
Agent de correspondance de la haute direction
pour le Cabinet du Premier ministre
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