Canadian Economic Shifts from 1896 To 1906

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Canadian Economic Shifts from 1896 To 1906
Introduction
During the period between 1896 and 1906, a number of different internal and external forces affected the Canadian economy. There were changes in the level of investment which came into the country from abroad (Viner), as well as definitive changes brought on by public policies which supported the country’s infrastructure (Urquhart and Green). At the same time, the business sector was changing by its own accord, driven forward by new types of technological assets in manufacturing, agriculture and transportation. Coupling these factors with significant increases and decreases in both the population and the labour market during the same time period, it is therefore not easy to isolate...
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