Canadian/ U.S. Business
The United States and Canada developed a business interconnectivity between their nations in the early building processes because each country had resources and services that the other country didn’t have. With the introduction of the Industrial Revolution in America, new forms of transportation were created to ship goods across nations. The United States was able to find cheaper labor in Canada, while Canada was able to spread their goods into a larger market.
In 1855, the Canadian-American Reciprocity Treaty was passed between the British North American Provinces of Canada and the United States. Before it was terminated in 1866, it provided free trade for all natural products as well ...