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Despite the diversification effort, Canada has a history of slow evolving trade agreements. For instance, in 2006, Canada had free trade agreement with just five countries (US, Mexico, Israel, Costa Rica and Chile), but as of 2015, the reach has widened to 44 countries, mostly the Euro Zone, South America and South Korea.

Canadian Economy 2015

Diversity is not limited to ethnicity or nationality. For the past decade, the government has started Canada's Best Diversity Employers award that recognizes Employers demonstrating diversity in recruiting Women, Minorities, Disabled citizens, Aboriginal natives, and employees from the LGBT community.

Multiculturalism in Canada

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MBA Applicants dread October 1st Week and January 1st week. For Round 2 applicants, say goodbye to the winter break. You will obsessively rewrite the essays, and triple check the required documents, but it is worth the sacrifice. Even if you have all the soft copies of your certificates, transcript, and other awards, DO NOT UPLOAD YOUR ESSAYS, RESUME & RECOMMENDATION LETTER ON THE DEADLINE DATES.

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MBA in Canada
Part 2 of the Top MBA programs in Canada Series. Information include Average GMAT Score, Tuition Fee, Post-MBA Opportunities, Financial Aid, Salary, Exchange Programs and Much More.
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MBA Programs in CanadaFor MBA aspirants, Canada provides a launching pad to work in North America while providing a cheaper study option than USA. In fact, Canada’s Business Schools combine a high standard of education with lower costs.  Canada also has lower unemployment compared to other developed nations. Learn more about MBA in Canada

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