Fair trade

Trump shows the need to revisit our approach to free trade

Last week’s election opened a conversation in Canada about the fact that people are tired of establishment economics and unfair trade deals, writes Tracey Ramsey.

Opponents of the now likely-defunct Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement demonstrate outside of a House Trade Committee meeting in Vancouver April 18. Photograph courtesy of Elvira Parent

By TRACEY RAMSEY

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016 12:00 AM

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