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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Canada's Economy Canada is a market oriented economy -Canada's industries are transportation equipment, chemicals, processed and unprocessed minerals, food products, wood and paper products, fish products, petroleum, natural gas comparison -Labor force by occupation agriculture: 2%manufacturing: 13%construction: 6%services: 76%other: 3% (2006 est.) -Canada is roughly the same size as the U.S. (3.8 million square miles), but only has 1/10 the people (34.6 million). -In public debt, Canada is 23 where the US is 36th in the world. -In unemployment rate, Canada is 75 in the world and the US is 79. The US and Canada are similar in many ways like they both have market oriented economies but there are also a lot of differences. The top three differences in the two countries are that the US has 9.2 times greater GPD, Canada's industrial production is growing at 2.5% greater rate, and Canada spends 1.5% more money in total as expressedin % of GPD I wouldn't like to live personally but it isn't a bad place to live. It would be a good place to live because in most areas it is very similar to the US and I like living in the US. It would also be good because there is a lower unemployment rate which means there are a lot of jobs open for someone in their teens to get a job while going to school. It might still be hard but not as hard. I would like to live in Canada because they have a great economy. I like living in the US and since Canada and the US are so similar I think I would want to live there too.
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