Canada's vs. Canadian

Discussion in 'English Only' started by snooprun, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. snooprun

    snooprun Senior Member

    In this sentence "Canada's agricultural sector is in two major parts." Is it right to say "Canadian agricultual sector is in two major parts." instead? If not, why , what are their differences? I look up "canadian" in the dictionary, and found that it had the meaning of "from, belonging to or relating to Canada". (ps. if there are any mistakes in my words grammatically or unnaturally,please tell me, thanks!)
  2. Grumpy Old Man Senior Member

    The Canadian agricultural sector would be fine to my ear.


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