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What type of country does Canada represent?



A. Developed country
B. Newly industrializing country
C. Developing country

This question is part of Geography Exam Questions
Asked by Purple_ninjaa, Last updated: Dec 05, 2017

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A.Avass

A.Avass

Answered on Sep 01, 2017

Canada is a developed country. They have a pretty stable economy, a prime minister who respects many rights, and have a stable government as well. They’re so stable, government-wise, that they are able to accept a lot of refugees. The Canadians actually have a really cool system for that; they pair each refugee family with a community or, at the very least, with a family.

This gives them someone they can meet right at the airport and get to know as they look for jobs and housing. It also lets them have a temporary place to stay and start creating friendships from the moment they come off the plane. As far as developed countries go, Canada is an ideal place.

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purple_ninjaa

Purple_ninjaa

Answered on Aug 18, 2017

Developed country
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