Rogers Media Publishing

Pleaaaseee edit this, I will love you forever . and I will pick ur answer as the best one . PLEASE , I LOVE YOU atleast do any of it, you dont have to do all Countries influence each other all the time in different political, cultural and media ways. This great influence occurred between Canada and the United States of America. In Canada, American influence was stronger than Canadian influence during the 1950’s and 1960’s because of branch plants, media and investments. The 307 branch plants in Canada were offering many Canadians job opportunities, products and services. Branch plants greatly built on the Canadian economy. However, the branch plants were American-owned and controlled and this concerned any Canadians. For instance, in 1956, the Liberal minister of trade and commerce, C. D. Howe, told Canadians “Let us face facts. Had it not been for the United States, our development would have been slower and any of our great projects would still be far in the future. ”(Shoening,Janice,Gage Educational publishing company: Janice Shoening,206. ) This assertion was right, because without any help from the US, branch plants would have not been available to provide services for Canadian consumers. Although jobs, products and services stayed in Canada, profits and the best managers were sent back to the parents firms in the United States. In addition to branch plants, the US built on Canadian economy with War funds. The USA was paying a huge amount of money for Canada to produce guns and machines for war. In fact, 70 percent of Canada’s imports during the second world war were from the US. The US military was constantly demanding uranium, lead and other minerals from Canada to use in the war. Another influential feature in Canada brought from the US was media. For instance, Canadians living in the southern part of Canada received only American broadcast signals. Likewise, American television and advertisements influence the lifestyles of Canadians. Shows like I Love Lucy, Howdy Doody and Roy Rogers were very popular in Canada, just like they were in the United States. In 1948, all these shows in the United States advocated Canada to create its own channel, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Pop culture also influenced Canada, singers like Elvis Presley were becoming famous in Canada and loved by many Canadian citizens. As the cold war created stress to Americans, many teenagers were rebelling against these tough situations. Rebelling was shown by clothes that parents did not accept. This rebellion influenced Canadian teenagers, as they were looking for peace. This rebelling also created new fashion styles such as hipsters, rockers and greasers which became popular amongst Canadian teenagers. Basically… Countries influence each other all the time in different political and cultural ways. This influence occurs between Canada and the United States of America throughout history and even today. In Canada, American influence was stronger than Canadian influence during the 1950’s and 1960’s because of branch plants, media and investments. The 307 branch plants in Canada were offering many Canadians job opportunities, products and services. Branch plants greatly built on the Canadian economy but they were American-owned and controlled, which concerned any Canadians. For instance, in 1956, the Liberal minister of trade and commerce, C. D. Howe, told Canadians “Let us face facts. Had it not been for the United States, our development would have been slower and any of our great projects would still be far in the future. ”(Shoening,Janice,Gage Educational publishing company: Janice Shoening,206. ) This assertion was right, because without any help from the US, branch plants would have not been available to provide services for Canadian consumers. Although jobs, products and services stayed in Canada, profits and the best managers were sent back to their parent firms in the United States. In addition to branch plants, the US built on Canadian economy with War funds. The USA was paying a huge amount of money for Canada to produce guns and machines for war. In fact, 70 percent of Canada’s imports during the second world war were from the US. The US military was constantly demanding uranium, lead and other minerals from Canada for use in the war. Another influential feature in Canada brought from the US was media, and it’s resulting culture. For instance, Canadians living in the southern part of Canada received only American broadcast signals. Understandably, American television and advertisements influence the lifestyles of Canadians. Shows like I Love Lucy, Howdy Doody and Roy Rogers were as popular in Canada, as they were in the United States. In 1948, all these shows in the United States advocated Canada to create its own channel, which came to be named the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC). Along with television came it’s popular culture, or pop culture, which influenced Canada. Singers like Elvis Presley, were becoming famous in Canada and loved by many Canadian citizens. As the cold war created stress to Americans, many teenagers were rebelling against these tough situations. Rebelling was shown by clothes that parents did not accept. This rebellion influenced Canadian teenagers, as they were looking for peace. This rebelling created new fashion styles and trends, such as hipsters, rockers and greasers. Most of which became popular amongst Canadian teenagers, too.


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