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Canadian Standard Of Living Essay

844 words - 4 pages

Since the day Canada was created the standards of living have been constantly changing. There have been ups and downs in Canadian Standard of Living, but in my opinion, the system we have today is nearly perfect. Although I believe that no one will ever create a perfect system, mainly because of the differences in opinions. Not a single country in the world has the standard of living that in my opinions is ideal. We can look at other countries such as: Russia, Holland, or China. Although these countries have better standards of living then Canadians in some areas like: education, clothing, health system, etc. Each of them has disadvantages like: Russia has poor economy, Holland has high ...view middle of the document...

I believe that we all should pay the same fee that will cover any time of injury or operation. It’s don’t think that it all should be about the money; after all we are saving people’s lives. I mean if you have a liver cancer and you simply don’t have money to pay for the surgery, I don’t think that money should that as an issue between life and death. The hospitals, doctors, nurses, other staff, equipment and facilities should be always up to date and they also should be proportional to the population of the area.
To be frank, I don’t consider housing as a factor and I don’t think believe that someone should be given an amount of area, land or even a house. I think that every single person should be given the opportunity to get the job that satisfies him/her and meets his or her diploma level. And also an opportunity to get whatever land he/she likes a her/ his budget.
I will sum up clothing, food and nutrition in one paragraph, because these two factors are very close together. As I mentioned in the previous paragraph, in my opinion, everyone should be able to get a job that fits his or her needs, skills and education level. From that a family should be able to calculate monthly gross income and from that...

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