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Pride for Canada?
Despite being stereotyped as a beautiful country with kind people and dubbed one of the best countries to live in, Canada isn’t as great as people make it out to be. I believe Canada is not a country to be proud of. Just like every country, Canada has problems of its own that aren’t being dealt with properly. Three of many problems in Canada include the mistreatment of the Aboriginals, the housing crisis and the failing healthcare system. Firstly, the mistreatment of the Aboriginals is a major issue that is still ongoing. Aboriginals in Canada have been discriminated against for many years and were forced to assimilate into “Canadian culture” in the past. Today, many aboriginals still face racism and discrimination as most feel they are less privileged and don’t have the same opportunities as other Canadians. An example of discrimination against Natives in the past is the residential schools which were schools that removed Aboriginal children from their homes by force. Consequently, they were stripped of their culture; all just to make the children become more “Canadian”. An example of unfair treatment against the Natives in the present is the higher percentage of IMR (Infant Mortality Rate) in Nunavut which was 12.2% in 2015 compared to the rest of Canada, which was 4.5% in 2015. This is because Nunavut, a province mostly inhabited by Inuits, is more isolated than the rest of Canada with a lower quality of healthcare. Secondly, the housing crisis in Canada is a problem that continues to worsen. The housing market in Canada exhibits high demand, but low supply causing prices/rent fees of estates to be very expensive which many people cannot afford. An example of this housing crisis taking its toll is seen in suicidal seniors who are forced onto the streets of British Columbia because they can no longer afford to pay rent ( My last reason I as to why I disagree that Canada is a country to be proud of is the healthcare system. Regardless of the fact Canada scored a 0....


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