Why is Canada better than America?


Why is Canada better than America?

Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia. Its northern lands reach deep into the frozen Arctic, but the majority of the population live in the south, close to the border with the United States.

The country consists of ten provinces and two territories. It is full of contrasts, from fishing villages scattered along the Atlantic coast to major centers such as the French-speaking city of Montreal. The country is highly industrialized and produces all kinds of manufactured goods.

America on the other hand is the third largest country. Its territory stretches a third of the way around the Earth, from the Atlantic to the Pacific, all the way across eight time zones.

The country is divided into 50 states. The country’s enormous size has always been a great advantage. The land yields large amounts of natural resources, such as mineral deposits and fresh water.

Is Canada really better than America? Canadians are more approachable than Americans in a way that they have this slow paced attitude than Americans. As we know, Americans are always on the go for they are known to have a fast paced attitude.

The economy in Canada and in America is very similar simply because they are both industrialized countries, comprising mixed economies and are each other’s largest trading partners. Nevertheless, they have distinctions in population, geography, government policies and productivity that all result in different economies.

When it comes to the medical field, Canada is better, clearly because Canadians are given the privilege to have universal health coverage while Americans does not have a universal health coverage plan. Canadians enjoys 100% of health care coverage because their government wholly supports the health care system that is why mortality in Canada is much lower than in America. Normally a patient will pay twice as much for health coverage in the United States compared to treatment in Canada.

In comparison, the cost of living in Canada is way cheaper than in America. The employment rate of Canada is higher because of the fact that they are the second largest country and yet they have low population that leads to high work opportunities. While in America, even though they are the third largest country they have less job opportunities than Canada because of their high population.

Regarding their education, both Canadian and American Government offers free primary and secondary education. After finishing high school if you want to go to college, the Canadian government allows you to secure financial assistance to support you through college. And this doesn’t happen in America.

Generally speaking, this fact makes Canada much better than America.

Author: katrina

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2 Responses

  1. atheist

    May 18, 2013 12:36 pm

    please Ck Your Facts. I and Most Americans Who Choose T Go To Colley Receive Federal And State Aid. many Also Get Loans That Are Backed Up By The federal Govt. Yes This Doesn’t Mean Its The Best Way To Educate The Public But Its Not Much Different Than In Canada.

    Canadian Mortality Rate Is Very Close To The Us. Check ThE W.H.O.’s Website. The Countries W Better Morality Rates Are European And Japan.

    Canadians Are No More oR Less approachable Than Americans. WhereDid U find That? maybe Someone In Nyc Or La Aren’t Applicable But That’s A Fraction Of The Country.

    about The Only Thing U Got Right Was The cost Of Health Care. Which Its The Reason Canada Has lower Unemployment (TheEmployer Doesn’t Have To Pay For Private Insurance And Which In Effect causes American Salaries To Be Higher By A Third)

  2. atheist

    May 18, 2013 12:39 pm

    I Bet This author Is An American Who Has Never BeenTo Canada.

    Its Possible But Much Less Lilly That Its The Reverse.


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