CANADA: An Ongoing Process

The big success story in Canada this year is the tale of the 120-mile rim of rolling land that hugs the western shore of Lake Ontario from Oshawa to Niagara Falls. One out of every seven Canadians now lives there. They produce—in 6,700 factories ranging from Ford's assembly line at Oakville (Canada's largest factory, with a capacity of 140,000 cars a year) to tailoring shops in Toronto—more than $6.7 billion worth of goods a year, 29% of the nation's manufacturing output. They mail one of every four letters in Canada, pay one-third...

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