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According to the United Nations,Canada is a great place to live. How do both natural resources and government policies combine to make this true?

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    Canada

    has an almost infinite supply of natural resources such as lumber, water, land, and oil. These enable it to export some of these resources, thus earning money.

    has a high educational standard, providing a skilled and intelligent workforce.

    has a high standard of living, including universal health care.

    promotes diversity among its people.

    has a stable democratic government.

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