Most countries attend to the call of opening up to markets because of two most significant reasons; one is the requirement of capital for domestic growth and supporting its citizens with a livelihood, and second is to become more competitive so that it can be involved in international affairs and win support and friendship of powerful countries who would help them escalate the turbulent times of economic and conflict resolution. Does that mean that countries expansion and integrating with other nations is just being selfish? The answer is very ambiguous, because if the country is expanding its international wings and taking along multiple partners it is often labelled to be greedy for a position that is higher than the present and such that the position is able to influence more countries to accepts its way if thinking. Canada has been away from such a play and has been concerned with protecting and providing for its own citizens first before entertaining international guests of globalization. It has liberalised its own government policies when needed but has been cautious in its approach to undertake such measures.