Canada must abandon agriculture marketing boards

Why should the U.S. not put barriers up against our products when we so effectively keep out some of theirs?

Canada must abandon agriculture marketing boards
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Why should the U.S. not put barriers up against our products when we so effectively keep out some of theirs?

Canada’s push for unfettered trade should begin at home

Supply management is protectionism by another name. And domestic protectionism shouldn’t be ignored as we seek freer trade

Canada’s push for unfettered trade should begin at home
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Supply management is protectionism by another name. And domestic protectionism shouldn’t be ignored as we seek freer trade

Great White North? How about great Trump snub?

Trump doesn’t want to come to Canada, doesn’t need to come and will gain nothing by coming. Not that we should care

Great White North? How about great Trump snub?
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Trump doesn’t want to come to Canada, doesn’t need to come and will gain nothing by coming. Not that we should care

Casting about for new Canadian trade partners

The CANZUK proposal wouldn't replace the United States as the key player in our economy, but at least it would give us more options

Casting about for new Canadian trade partners
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A trade deal between Canada, the U.K., Australia and New Zealand wouldn’t replace the U.S. as the key player in our economy, but at least it would give us more options

Trade wars, food fights and a budget that ignores it all

Duties may look like attractive, simple mechanisms to protect domestic interests. But they’re a very expensive way to retain jobs

Trade wars, food fights and a budget that ignores it all
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Duties may look like attractive, simple mechanisms to protect domestic interests. But they’re a very expensive way to retain jobs

“Progressive” trade agenda leads to regressive results

Canada wants to include social and environmental standards in trade deals. Countries like China aren't interested in anything but economic advancement

“Progressive” trade agenda leads to regressive results
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Canada wants to include social and environmental standards in trade deals. Countries like China aren’t interested in anything but economic advancement

Are we really jeopardizing NAFTA over a regressive farm policy?

The federal government should deregulate supply-managed commodities, and tariffs should be abolished on imports of dairy and poultry products

Are we really jeopardizing NAFTA over a regressive farm policy?
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The federal government should deregulate supply-managed commodities, and tariffs should be abolished on imports of dairy and poultry products

Killing NAFTA could save Canada’s economy

Some day we may thank Trump for his NAFTA betrayal as it inadvertently reinvigorated our economy and jolted us out of our national complacency

Killing NAFTA could save Canada’s economy
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Some day we may thank Trump for his NAFTA betrayal as it inadvertently reinvigorated our economy and jolted us out of our national complacency

If NAFTA collapses, could Cuba help fill the void for Canada?

Canada and Cuba already have an established trade relationship, as do Mexico and Cuba, and Canada and Mexico

If NAFTA collapses, could Cuba help fill the void for Canada?
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Canada and Cuba already have an established trade relationship, as do Mexico and Cuba, and Canada and Mexico

Is the future of NAFTA truly bleak?

By understanding that free-trade agreements benefit consumers, businesses and governments, this deal can be saved

Is the future of NAFTA truly bleak?
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By understanding that free-trade agreements benefit consumers, businesses and governments, this deal can be saved