Every day, whether you know it or not, you connect with someone in another country. You may buy a product made by someone in China that was designed by someone in Sweden. You may e-mail a relative in the Philippines or play a video game with someone from Australia. You may eat fruit grown and packaged by someone in Central America. You may answer a phone call from India, or work for a company that is owned by people in Great Britain. You might have come to Canada from another country, or so might your friends and classmates. Take a moment to complete the Global Connections Survey. The survey asks you to answer a few questions about your global connections with other people.