U.S. and Canada Relationship

By: Emma Cole

What is the relationship between the U.S. and Canada?

While being similar in size, the U.S. and Canada have a lot of similarities and differences. Read bellow to learn more.
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The U.S. and Canada share the world's largest trading relationship. Many people have jobs as a result of this. Canada and the U.S. share an electricity grid. Canada supplies the U.S. with oil, uranium, chemicals, energy, smelting industries, and minerals from mining.


The people that live in the U.S. and Canada have a lot of things in common. The majority speaks English, while some speak Spanish or French. They wear the same type of clothes, while people in the norther U.S. and in Canada have to wear things appropriate for colder weather, while people in the southern U.S. wear things appropriate for warmer weather.


Canada and the U.S. have different forms of government. They have a very peaceful relationship and have never been to war with each other. They have basically the same laws, except for a few differences.


I used the handbook in class for the information.

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