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1)Canadians have been called “hewers of wood and drawers of water.” What does this phrase mean when applied to the Canadian economy? How valid is the comment for today’s Canadian industries? (Section 1-3)

2)In the last 5 years Canada's currency has risen from $.63 US to $.94 US. Is this good or bad for Canada?

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