compared with most of the world, how do you feel canada fared during this recession
is are debt too small or understandable. is our unemployment acceptable concidering how other countries faired.
Canada did very well compared to most countries. We came out of it with only minor scars compared to the US and other nations. I do have to say though, that we lost jobs and even one lost job is too many, but considering that the US is still in the recession, (Some american politicians call it a depression) when put into perspective we did OK. I have high hopes for this nation and its future, but only time will tell.
by Castlepaloma 7 years ago
I thought Blame Canada was hilarious movie and the main cause of that war was Jewish women did not appreciated Canadian humour and Sadam had a romantic affair with Satan. I can think of many more fake reasons for the US greedy elite to invade and brainwash Canada and US into war. USA has invading...
by ixwa 8 years ago
How Racist is America today compared to other countries in the world?
by shakeelz 8 years ago
The best country in the world should have good governence, good law and order conditions and independent judiciary.
by nightwork4 6 years ago
is canada too worried about helping other countries ?do we spend too much money and time trying to be world leaders in aid?
by Janis Leslie Evans 2 years ago
Why do women often rise to positions of leadership in foreign countries compared to the US?There are currently 22 women holding the highest offices of leadership in their respective countries around the world: presidents, prime ministers, and other heads of state. The United States is poised to...
by Ralph Schwartz 6 weeks ago
The President announced today that America will levy tariffs on steel and aluminum to the EU, Mexico, and Canada tonight - retaliatory measures are already being drafted against the country and the stock market is tenuous at best. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said trade talks with the...
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