clear - Canada is rapidly evolving due to ongoing revolution
with technology - based primarily on Internet, computers, communications
and... proximity to USA. Because around 80% of all Canadian
trade (import/export) is with US, our economies evolve in very
similar manner. Obviously, US influence on Canada is about
10 times stronger then the other way around, since United States
as a country (size of population and economy) is about 10 times
Keeping that in mind... let's see what's new in Canada, based
on leading sources of news:
(since those sources are powerful information portals, you will
find all types of news there: economy, lifestyles, politics,
weather etc.- feel free to surf)
news - not only search engine, Yahoo has the broad
grasp. If you are looking for any other info- with right search
phrase- you can find it.
and Mail- old Canadian national newspaper, now became strong
information portal, traditionally oriented to business people
Post - new national newspaper- also associated with Canada.com -
oriented to business people and professionals.
Star- regional newspaper one of the biggest in Canada, also
and please note: Greater Toronto Area- is Canada's largest urban
conglomerate, over a quarter of all our population, probably
third biggest business center in North America- after New York
and Los-Angeles areas.
Sun - traditionally oriented to working people.
Canadian news portal
- popular Canadian mega book-seller, pushed to innovate (at
least in part) by Amazon.com's competitive pressure. Book-lovers
can find anything there- or on any subject - in printed format.
Also added to their selections was music (CDs etc), coffee shops
opened in many locations. Practically speaking - it's
hard to justify going back to somewhat outdated bookshelves
of public libraries when you can read all the premium content
right at the stores - and for the cost of lost time on trip
to return books to library- you can simply purchase books at
stores and own them forever... or better yet: use the internet
to enrich yourself, especially that most of you (abroad) can
not immediately get to those beautiful bookstores in Canada.
- there are millions of Canadian pages and sites on the internet.
We presented to you those news sources that are popular and