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Liberal Government Trade Policy Clear; Clearly All Over the Map
OTTAWA – On Friday the Liberal Government told Canadian businesses where their trade priorities lie by lifting economic sanctions on Iran. The Minister of International Trade, Chrystia Freeland went so far as to say, “With these amendments to
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Liberals Offer Platitudes in Place of Action on Pipelines
It should come as no surprise that the Liberal government voted against the Conservative motion to support the Energy East pipeline. After all, until a few weeks ago the Liberals didn’t even know that four major pipelines were built in Canada betw
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Stalling of the Energy East Pipeline
On Monday the Critic for Natural Resources, Hon. Candice Bergen, P.C., M.P., introduced a non-partisan motion into the House of Commons in support of the Canadian energy sector and the energy east pipeline. The motion stated:
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Trudeau Liberals on Trade: Saying A Lot Without Saying Anything
OTTAWA – The Prime Minister has indicated that he will be in Davos, Switzerland next week to speak at this year’s World Economic Forum, where he’ll try and convince world and international business leaders that higher taxes and massiv
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Conservatives Call Upon Government to Support Keystone XL
OTTAWA – The Official Opposition today called upon the Government of Canada to stand with our energy sector partners and send a clear message to Washington that pipelines, like Keystone XL, are in our national economic interest.
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Country of Origin Labelling Taken Off Life Support
OTTAWA – International Trade Critic the Hon. Gerry Ritz, and Agriculture Critic Chris Warkentin, welcomed passage of the US funding bill including the repeal of its mandatory Country of Origin Labelling (COOL) policy, as the President signed the bi
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