US and Canada Relationships

Economic, Social, Political Relationships by Ari Allison

Political Similarities and Differences

Political means of or relating to the government of a country (laws, rules, government, war).

-United States Political- federal presidential constitutional monarchy

-Canada Political- federal parliamentary constitutional monarchy

-Both- no war with each other

Economic Similarities and Differences

Economic means the wealth and resources of a country or region (money, jobs, trade).

-United States Economy- world's largest investment relationship, more than eight million jobs depend on the international trades

-Canada Economy- single largest foreign supplier of energy to United States, third largest holder of oil reserves

-Both- share the world's largest and most comprehensive trading relationship (supports millions of jobs in each country)


The picture shows Canada's canoe route to the United States.

Social Similarities and Differences

Social means of or relating to society (people) or its organization (groups of people, culture, migration).

-United States Social- population is 10x Canada's

-Canada Social- population is 1/10th of United States

-Both- speak English, virtually identical, three hundred thousand people cross the border every day


The picture shows how important religious is compared to Canada, the United States, and Great Britain.

Source of Information

Class Packet in Ms. Manning's freshman class at Hays High School in Buda, Texas