Canada seeks trade deals abroad, provinces oppose trade at home

What the provinces want for this country is what Trump wants for America: the freedom to block competition

Oct 18, 2017
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“It’s an absurdity for Canada to eagerly seek free trade deals across the globe while demanding protectionism at home. 

What the provinces want for this country is what Donald Trump wants for America versus the rest of the world: the freedom to block competition by making efficiency too expensive. Ottawa, with the support of the provinces, is working overtime to prevent Trump from succeeding, knowing the cost would be needless and painful. So how can the same barriers between provinces be a good thing? How can it be a danger to prosperity to allow trade within the country on the same basis we demand outside it? 

It’s up to the court to show it’s brighter than Donald Trump. It shouldn’t be that hard. And it would be an enormous service to Canadians.”

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