Put simply, there’s a perception that Canada is ramping up taxes and restrictions just as the U.S. ramps down.
Neither the federal nor provincial governments are helping to ease the competitive pressure being applied by the United States, writes Sen. Doug Black. Getting oil to tidewater via Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain pipeline expansion has been a thorny issue for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, left, and B.C. Premier John Horgan, right. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Add a protectionist United States trade agenda to a Canadian government ambivalent to business and you get a situation that is increasingly very concerning to me and many Canadians.
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