Cyber Crime

Computer crime, or cybercrime in Canada, is an evolving international phenomenon. People and businesses in a and other countries may be affected by computer crimes that may, or may not originate within the borders of their country. From a Canadian perspective, ‘computer crime’ may be considered to be defined by the Council of Europe – Convention on Cybercrime. Canada contributed, and is a signatory, to this international of criminal offences involving the use of computers. (Wikipedia).

Government of Canada Link (press)

Future Canada

Future, near & distant is what canshine. ca is all about. What better place to look than the current thinking of our government…..

Link to the future: Future Canada

The politics of Canada function within a framework of parliamentary democracy and a federal system of parliamentary government with strong democratic traditions. Canada is a constitutional monarchy, in which the monarch is head of state. (Wikipedia)

Future, near & distant is what canshine. ca is all about. What better place to look than the current thinking of our government…..

Link to the future: Future Canada

The politics of Canada function within a framework of parliamentary democracy and a federal system of parliamentary government with strong democratic traditions. Canada is a constitutional monarchy, in which the monarch is head of state. (Wikipedia)

Future, near & distant is what canshine. ca is all about. What better place to look than the current thinking of our government…..

Link to the future: Future Canada

The politics of Canada function within a framework of parliamentary democracy and a federal system of parliamentary government with strong democratic traditions. Canada is a constitutional monarchy, in which the monarch is head of state. (Wikipedia)

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Roads & Rail (Major)

Canada has more than a million kilometres of (two-lane equivalent) roads, roughly 38,000 of which make up the National Highway System (NHS). Please see Addendum Table RO1 for more information. Road transportation is the most important mode for passenger and freight transportation, local (intra-city) and intercity transportation, intra-provincial transportation activities, and trade between Canada and the United States (in terms of value transported).

Canada’s road network is shared by a wealth of different users, including 20 million light vehicles, 750,000 medium and heavy trucks, 15,000 public transit buses, motorcoaches and motorcycles in addition to pedestrians, cyclists and rollerbladers (see tables RO3, RO4, RO5, RO8, RO11, and RO26).

Canada faces many challenges relating to its road transportation infrastructure. Some are unique to the country—such as its extensive land mass and often harsh climate, its high degree of urbanization, and its high level of trade dependency—and some are shared by others, including an aging road and highway infrastructure, limited finances, issues of road safety, and environmental considerations. These challenges increase pressure for more federal, provincial and municipal spending at a time when economic and financial circumstances are forcing all governments to consider new and innovative ways to fund transportation infrastructure. Given the challenges ahead—including maintaining an efficient road transportation system to support Canada’s competitiveness in a global economy—the need for investment will undoubtedly continue. In coming years, however, government spending at all levels is likely to be limited given current fiscal situations and competition for funding from social sectors such as health and education.

All per Transport Canada

Digging in the Ground

I keep reading about the wonderful things archaeologists are uncovering around our globe. All of this marvelous though it is leaves me puzzled when it comes to the residue of the last century.

Things that have been discovered relatively recently then buried are the residue of artifacts are they not & technology has advanced so much that we are bound to be hearing but instead I read only of ancient artifacts. Why?

External Trade

This post is dated just after Christmas 2019. Canada has this December another parliament & Mr. Morneau (Bank of Canada head) has since told parliament that Canada & Canadian External Trade are both favourably positioned & doing well thank you.

Here is a link to the October 2019 report (press)

I will next write for you my layman Canadian citizen comments so come back & look!

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