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This is not hard to believe. Canada's managers have historically had the advantage of a large, mature domestic market. This was good for as long as other countries' markets were less mature by comparison.Now with globalization, everyone is on par, traditional ways of doing business is not cutting it anymore. Smart Canadian investors probably realized this long ago.

True, but didn't the foreign content rules for ordinary investors change a few years back to allow higher foreign content? I'd think that would have some impact on that as well since Canadians were penalized for owning too much foreign stock and brokers would obviously follow these rules.

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