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Canada’s Aid to Third World Co

Canada’s Aid to Third World Countries

In the following Eassy I will state my position on, What are some of the major problems faced by “Third World” Countries today, Who should be held responsible for these problems, Why, What has Canada done to help “Third World Countries”, And should Canada increase foreign1 aid to “Third World Countries”.

There has always been a dominant country in the world that sets the
economic standard throughout powerful countries.Canada has always been a top rated economic country, usually behind the United States and other large
Commonwealth countries.Starting back in the early to mid 60’s, Prime Minister
of Canada, Pierre Trudeau decided to use Canadian revenue as foreign aid.These included “Third World”.

Some of the major problems faced by “Third World” countries today include
poor towns which have had a lack of food sources due to the serious poverty,
lack of clean drinking water, lack of good sanitation systems, lack of good
living conditions, lack of jobs and there is no industry, therefore no import or
export revenue. The governments of the “Third World” countries have done
horrible jobs of creating good living conditions for their people and in all
have not tried to bring their country out of their economic slump.

As Canada entered it second century, Prime Minister Trudeau called for a
complete review of Canada’s foreign policy.Starting in 1968 interested
Canadians including politicians, journalists, professors, business leaders,
financial experts, as well as church and labour leaders were invited to offer
opinions and advice in what was called the Trudeau Review.The ending of this
meeting brought about six foreign policy booklets which outlined Some of these benefits the benefits of Canadian foreign aid.included to help the Canadian
economy grow stronger, to keep Canada independent, to work for peace and
security, to promote fairness and equa…

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