In many ways, the automotive industry has huge impacts on Canada. The impact it has creates jobs, and services. It also boosts economy and contributes to its success. Over the last two decades, the automotive industry has been a leading contributor to Canada’s economy and is a primary factor as to whether or not the economy will be successful. There are many contributing branches of the sector that allow it to be successful. This is shown through the production and manufacturing of vehicles, as well as the sale of the vehicles. The automotive industry has had a significant impact on Canada’s economy over the last 10 years. If the production and sale of domestic vehicles were to decline, Canada’s economy to be severely crippled and fall back into a recession.
Canada’s automotive industry was officially declared in 1914. At this point in time, Canada did not have its own car companies. Instead Canada assembled and sold cars for the US who had established their own automotive industry just a few years before Canada. By the 1920s, the automotive industry in Canada had really hit its stride and was well on its way to success. It had grown so rapidly that Canada became the second largest producer of vehicles in the world. This success came about because Canadians were buying tens of thousands of cars. Canada wasn’t just making them for Canadian citizens, but for the world. At times, nearly fifty percent of Canada’s vehicle output was exported.
During the Great Depression, every work place was hit hard and many were out of work. The demand for vehicles declined, and the automotive industry took a hit. Once the Second World War began, the automotive industry was given a push in the right direction, and their vehicle production flourished. This was accomplished when Canada started to become one of the main suppliers of military vehicles for the Allied forces. When the war ended, the industry came out with a majorly increased productive capacity. The 1950s was considered a Golden Age. During this time, Canadian citizens were becoming more dependent on cars and were able to keep up with the increased production.
God is in all things. This includes the economy, the contributors to the economy and the people that the economy affects. We are to rely on God for everything no matter how big or small the situation is. The problem is that when things are going great and everything is smooth sailing, some tend to forget about God. They forget that they cannot just lean on Him during the bad, they need to lean on him and thank him for the good as well. By having the economy crash and the nation to go into a recession is like a wakeup call from God. These things may happen when we become too comfortable with how things are going. When we forget that God is the inner workings of all things good. By having a recession occur, it forces people to lean on God. Not to blame him for crashing the economy, but to lean on him for help. As long as we lean on him everything...