TITLE

Other countries defend domestic jobs. Why doesn't Canada?

AUTHOR(S)
Stanford, Jim
PUB. DATE
November 2010
SOURCE
CCPA Monitor;Nov2010, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The author focuses on the failure of the Canadian government to protect its trade during the Global Financial Crisis. He points out that the 55 billion-dollar trade surplus enjoyed by the country in 2004 was gone and replaced by a 27 billion-dollar deficit in 2009. He reveals that the worsening trade performance of the country has affected its domestic economic growth and employment.
ACCESSION #
55119971

 

Related Articles

  • Point: Canada's Economic Action Plan Will Guide it Through the Recession. Wong, Jessica C. Y. // Canadian Points of View: Recession;2016, p2 

    The article presents an argument in favor of the 2009 Canadian economic stimulus package. The author argues that the action will enable the country to recover from the recession experienced in response to the 2008-2009 global financial crisis. The strategies of the stimulus package including tax...

  • Counterpoint: Government Spending Will Damage the Economy. Tunstall, Lee // Canadian Points of View: Recession;2016, p3 

    The article presents an argument against stimulus spending by the Canadian government in response to the 2009 recession. It is the author's opinion that increased government spending will be inefficient and fail to address the causes of the recession. A history of the 2008-2009 global financial...

  • THE CRTC'S ROLE IN CANADA 3.0. Scott, Sheridan // Optimum Online;Jun2010, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p1 

    The article discusses the role of the Canadian Radio-Television Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) in light of changing technologies. It states that the CRTC was set up to ensure Canadian broadcast media reflected the diverse views that make up the country, and adequately reflect its culture....

  • Canada's Recession: An Overview. Parent, Gabrielle // Canadian Points of View: Recession;2016, p1 

    General information about the 2008-2009 recession in Canada is presented. The author reviews the trade origins of the recession, its connection to the 2008-2009 global financial crisis, and the nation's expected recovery. Canada's economy, banking system, and government involvement are also...

  • Canada, Britain and the drive to restore economic growth. Victor, Peter; Hallsworth, Alan // British Journal of Canadian Studies;2011, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p19 

    The 'sub-prime' meltdown has accelerated critiques of the economic modelling that underpinned the activities of banking and allied industries. Coincidentally, there has been resurgence in interest in more socialised interpretations of economic life. In this article we seek to show how it may...

  • From the editor. Fryer, Kristin // Fraser Forum;May2010, p1 

    The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Niels Veldhuis and Charles Lammam on the comparison between research and rhetoric, one by the Fraser Institute on Canada's economic recovery, and by Amela Karabegović and Niels Veldhuis on the aspects of...

  • Canada: Country Forecast: Current Data.  // Political Risk Yearbook: Canada Country Report;2003, p5 

    Presents several charts on the political and economic condition of Canada as of October 1, 2002. Domestic and international economic indicators; Growth of the regional real gross domestic product; Government officials of the country.

  • Country Reports - Canada.  // Canada Country Monitor;Aug2015, p1 

    A country report for Canada is presented from publisher IHS Global Inc, with topics including the economic outlook for the country for 2015-2019, its political structure and its key macro-economic indicators, such as nominal gross domestic product (GDP) and consumer price index.

  • Point: The Government Should Reduce Unemployment in Canada. Wells, Elizabeth // Canadian Points of View: Unemployment;06/01/2018, p2 

    The article presents an argument for continued government intervention in addressing the issue of unemployment in Canada. The author argues that economic policies implemented by the Liberal government have brought national unemployment levels to their lowest rates. The effects of fiscal and...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics