CETA and the Liberals’ faith-based reality
Why any reputable economist would expect a different result from signing CETA is inexplicable—unless you remember that it’s all about faith. Beginning with the original Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement, its promoters saw it as a leap of faith.
When it comes to trade and investment deals the facts mean nothing. Chrystia Freeland simply refuses to answer questions and calls the deal 'the gold standard' of trade agreements, full stop, writes Murray Dobbin. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright