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What positive effects did World War 2 have on Canada?

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2010-01-23 18:17:16
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world war two had a positive effect on Canada because it boosted our economic system greatly. It also made women more respected. Canada gets more and more immigrants each year. After world war 2 we had a lot of people from different countries coming and living in Canada. We have gone from mainly farm land to towns and cities.

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