Will appoint a minister who will negotiate a comprehensive, formal free-trade deal with the provinces.
Alberta, Nova Scotia and Manitoba have also eliminated restrictions on how much personal booze people can bring into those provinces.
Trudeau will have to contend with challenges from conservative premiers.
Intergovernmental Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc said the federal government is focusing on areas where it can act quickly to remove regulatory hurdles.
Intergovernmental Affairs minister to help organize a first ministers’ meeting on internal trade, expected to be held in late October.
A justice ruled last month the beer subsidy was unconstitutional, violating interprovincial free trade rules.
A Supreme Court ruling that there’s no ‘constitutional guarantee of free trade’ will stifle both competition and lower prices for consumers.
Comeau decision supports provincial legislation that controls liquor supplies and protecting health and safety.
Trying not to get in the middle of the spat but he has reiterated government approved the pipeline and is going to get it built.
Study says removing barriers could create gains across Canada as high as 3.3% of GDP.
The Agreement on Internal Trade signed in 1994 has been a headache for businesses and consumers.
Federal Conservatives want Section 121 of the Constitution clarified.
New Brunswick man fights back with a constitutional challenge.
CFIB calls for a national agreement to eliminate what it calls “artificial barriers.”