dairy supply management

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Forget the Loblaws boycott—Canada should scrap supply management instead

Low-income Canadians spend an estimated one-fifth of their income on food.

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Federal government should scrap ‘supply management’ and save Canadians money

The supply management system costs the average Canadian household an estimated $300 to $444 annually.

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Canada should abolish supply management to help tame inflation

The inflation rate for supply managed products such as butter and milk outpaced the general rate.

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Trudeau government enforces price-gouging for chicken and eggs

Supply management makes agricultural products scarcer in order to inflate prices.

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If Canadians were free to import from the U.S. without paying tariffs, a frozen turkey would cost 15 per cent less.

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When the Australian market was deregulated in 2000, the average price farmers received for raw milk almost doubled.

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Canada can eliminate supply management by following Australia’s lead

Due to Canada’s policy of supply management, Canadians pay much higher prices for milk, cheese, eggs and poultry.

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Policies that raise prices of milk, butter, cheese, eggs and chicken affect lower-income families.

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In reality, Canadian consumers have long put their financial welfare before their loyalty to Canadian-bred cows.