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The evolution of retailing in Canada.
THE EVOLUTION OF RETAILING IN CANADA
Canada was once roamed by about 220 000 Natives before the arrival of Europeans. Most of them lived in what is now called British Columbia and Ontario. Northern and Southern nations traded in the form of ceremonies, gift giving, feasting and speech making. Soon, the European explorers arrived, bringing with them new products such as copper kettles, metal knifes, guns, axes, etc. They traded with the natives using the barter system. Barter system is trading of goods and/ or services. Natives traded furs, canoes, snowshoes, tobacco, and moccasins…
- Sir Wilfrid Laurier - Prime Minister of Canada
- The effects on the Native peoples from the introduction of the commertial fur trade into Canada
- The evolution of retailing in Canada.
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