Canada’s supply management system will largely remain intact, to the disadvantage of Canadian consumers.
People at the bottom of the income distribution aren’t poor because people at the top are rich.
Reducing Canada’s corporate tax rate will directly promote business investment.
While the Americans build tariff walls, we should form new trade relationships with other countries.
Retaliatory Canadian tariffs will hurt Canadian consumers.
Goods don’t pay import taxes, only people pay import taxes.
Bill C-69 would completely overhaul how major energy projects are reviewed by government in Canada.
Tariffs hurt Canadian consumers, but also Canadian producers who rely on imported inputs.
Recent U.S. actions underscore how difficult it is to negotiate a free trade agreement with a U.S. administration that believes in managed trade.
For much of the summer, the federal government will backstop construction costs by Kinder Morgan, a private firm.