Energy alone supplied 27 per cent of Canada’s merchandise exports—and 23 per cent of total exports—last year.
Eliminating trade barriers would decrease prices and raise household incomes.
Lower trade barriers allow businesses to shift more easily toward areas where goods and services can be produced more cheaply.
Nothing says “USA” quite like a Ford Mustang—except perhaps a Toyota Camry.
Trade is good for both countries, but not everyone in both countries benefits from trade.
Provincial monopolies, supply management and regulatory restrictions hinder the passage of goods between provinces.
Retaliatory Canadian tariffs will hurt Canadian consumers.
With this week’s resignation of Gary Cohn, President Trump’s mercantilist trade advisors are on the ascent.
Trade creates cheaper goods for Ontario families and businesses.
President Donald Trump has vowed to renegotiate NAFTA, which he calls “a disaster.” But before he tears up the trade deal, let’s take a moment to take stock of why NAFTA was created.