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1. Since 2009, huge disaster insurance has risen sharply, and the average annual expenditure is now $1.8 billion per year.

2. economic

2.1. GDP

2.1.1. 10th largest by nominal

2.1.1.1. $1.820 trillion (2019)

2.1.2. 16th largest by PPP

2.1.2.1. $1.931 trillion (2019)

2.2. Canada's natural resources

2.2.1. 4th highest total estimated value of natural resources

2.2.1.1. valued US$33.2 trillion (2019)

2.2.2. 3rd largest proven petroleum reserves

2.2.3. 4th largest exporter of petroleum

2.2.4. 4th largest exporter of natural gas

2.3. Service sector

2.3.1. employs about 3/4 of Canadians

2.3.2. The largest employer is the retail sector, employing almost 12% of Canadians.

2.3.3. The second largest portion of the service sector is the business service

2.3.3.1. Financial services

2.3.3.2. Real estate

2.3.3.3. Communications industries

2.4. The United States is by far Canada's largest trading partner

2.4.1. more than $1.7 billion CAD in trade per day

2.4.2. 73% of exports went to the United States

2.4.3. 63% of imports were from the US

3. environment

3.1. temperature increase

3.1.1. Most place in Canada increase 4-4.5 oC in last 70 years

3.1.1.1. e.g. Mackenzie region of northwestern hinterland, temperatures have risen by 5 oC

3.1.2. Residents near the coast are experiencing sea level rise, erosion, and flooding

3.1.3. Aboriginal lost their original way of life due to temperature change

3.2. Future

3.2.1. The prediction of David Phillips and his team "If Canada using the business as usual model"

3.2.1.1. By 2050, Toronto will have a temperature of more than 30 degrees in 51 days. In 2070, this number will reach 77 days.

3.2.1.1.1. Currently, this number is 16 days

3.2.1.2. Because of temperatures, ice and rain will increase by 50% to 60%

3.2.1.3. In the grassland provinces, crop growing weather is prolonged, but forest wildfires and haze weather also increase

3.3. Cost of government

3.3.1. Disaster insurance

3.3.1.1. From 1983 to 2008, the annual payment of disaster insurance was $250 million per year

3.3.2. Example

3.3.2.1. Toronto ice storm in December 2013, estimate to cost 120 millions.

3.3.2.2. Flood in southern Alberta and southeastern British Columbia in June 2013, estimated to cost 1.437 billions.

3.3.2.3. Saskatchewan heavy rain in June 2014, estimated to cost 160 millions.

4. political

4.1. winners of this law

4.1.1. lawyer

4.1.1.1. A lot of rules and details

4.1.1.2. many unpredictable gray areas

4.1.1.3. legal loopholes

4.1.2. World class brand

4.1.2.1. Casual marijuana removes bad reputation

4.1.2.2. Analysts estimate that in the first year the consumer cannabis market ranged from $4.2 billion to $8.7 billion, with consumers ranging from 3.4 million to 6 million.

4.1.3. Scholar studying cannabis

4.1.3.1. Research and investment that contribute to the benefits and harms of cannabis use

4.1.3.1.1. mental illness

4.1.3.1.2. Nervous system development

4.1.3.1.3. Posttraumatic stress treatment

4.1.3.1.4. neuroleptic

4.1.4. Justin Trudeau

4.1.4.1. He fulfilled his promise in 2015

4.2. losers of this law

4.2.1. Property owner and landlord

4.2.1.1. The use, sale and cultivation of cannabis are legal, including the limited number of plants in their own homes.

4.2.1.1.1. Tenant problem

4.2.1.1.2. Property destroyed

4.2.2. Small size Cannabis workshop craftsman

4.2.2.1. Capital, land use and zoning restrictions

4.2.2.2. Market diversification

4.2.2.2.1. Micro-planting licenses

4.2.2.2.2. micro-processing licenses

4.2.3. Towns across Canada

4.2.3.1. Take on additional responsibilities

4.2.3.1.1. Law enforcement

4.2.3.1.2. enforcement rules

4.2.3.1.3. urban zoning adjustments and retail outlet planning

4.2.3.1.4. marijuana for home growing

4.2.3.1.5. commercial licensing and public consumption

5. culture

5.1. The number of refugee applications is rising

5.1.1. Approval processing system

5.1.1.1. Long delay

5.1.1.1.1. Refugees waiting time increased from 2 years to 5 years

5.1.1.1.2. The number of US entry into Canada through informal entry points has soared

5.1.1.2. Lack of criminal review

5.1.1.2.1. Handling security risks during reception

5.1.1.3. The number of newly added asylum applicants will be stable at around 50,000

5.1.2. Canada receives greatest number of refugees in the world in 2018

5.1.2.1. Polls show that the vast majority of Canadians (about 63%) want the government to limit the overall level of immigration.