Genschel (2004) in the above figure have shown the flow of bank lending, trade, and foreign investment in OECD countries which also includes Canada. It is seen that compared to band lending and trade, foreign investment is low, indicating that these countries opted more for inbound investments and the development of domestic markets with enhanced bank lending to its own businesses. This is however the period from 1975 to 2000. Since then there has been many changes in the global markets and multiple crisis have given rise to a protectionist approach by many countries because of being severely impacted by its relations with economic powerhouses who have a very easy influence on these small and developing countries. Canada did open up itself to other countries investment and allowed economic integration, but it was more leaning towards the protection of its own citizens. McBride (2003) admits the same thing that Canada has a constitution which is inward looking and is ignorant of the possible impacts of globalization on its system of governance. The country has been more involved and busy in its own fundamental rights development, citizens charter of rights policy, and have not considered deep and long lasting impacts of what globalization would and could have on its domestic policy formation strategy.