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The second part of the Report features in-depth articles on current issues related to the Canadian population.
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While the Canadian financial system seems to be doing relatively better than those of other countries, Canada’s economy is nonetheless feeling the global economic slowdown. The economic difficulties experienced by our largest trading partner – the United States – are resulting in weaker Canadian exports and further problems for the manufacturing sector. Moreover, the strong Canadian energy and natural resources sector is likely to suffer as the world economic slowdown brings about lower demand and weaker prices for commodities. Although Canada has been relatively insulated from the worst of the financial crisis to date, the impact of the economic slowdown in the United States and elsewhere has affected, and will continue to affect, our nation.

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Obviously, Canada must provide an environment for qualified people and entrepreneurs that is second to none. It is not just money, although that is clearly important. It is the quality of life. At some point on the taxation scale, Canada will see some talent seduced by lower taxes south of the border. The offsetting factors should be healthy Canadian sustainable development under three pillars: economic, social and environmental.

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And yet some six generations along since 1867, millions of people in Canada today suffer in poverty or experience relentless, stressful economic insecurity.

Canadian Social Statistics - Statistiques sociales du Canada

And yet some six generations along since 1867, millions of people in Canada today suffer in poverty or experience relentless, stressful economic insecurity.

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The 31 almanac-style chapters contain charts, tables, maps and easy-to-read articles that feature the latest statistics from Canada's economic, political and social life.

Aboriginal protest overshadows Canada’s 150th …

And yet some six generations along since 1867, millions of people in Canada today suffer in poverty or experience relentless, stressful economic insecurity.

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4.84 The government is undertaking new initiatives such as community safety and crime prevention programs, restorative justice, and diversion programs. Solicitor General Canada told us that the point of these programs is to keep offenders out of the criminal justice system where appropriate, reduce caseloads and numbers of incarcerated offenders, and ultimately reduce the crime rate. The Department of Justice told us that these are long-term approaches to deep-rooted causes of crime.

Aboriginal protest overshadows Canada’s 150th birthday celebration

There are details on the lives and work of politicians, industrialists, scientists, agriculturalists and others who shaped the land, economy and society of Canada."

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4.50 Investigations into organized crime are frequently on an international scale. While economic activities increasingly eclipse national borders, policing is confined to national jurisdictions and often to jurisdictions within national borders, such as provinces and states. Criminals can easily engage in activities that cross borders, while police must seek co-operation to work across borders. Dealing with organized crime requires close international partnerships and exchange of information and intelligence. However, evidence gathered in foreign jurisdictions and convictions in foreign courts cannot always be used in Canadian courts, and extradition may be hampered by different national policies on sentencing, particularly on capital punishment.