Ford and Moe said they have signed a memorandum of understanding, will act quickly.
Trudeau says despite “reciprocal” clause in deal, Canada can do business with whom it pleases.
The new deal improves trade, investment and worker mobility between provinces and territories.
Fraser Institute recommends federal unilateral action in five areas.
How ironic that as Canada haggles with other global economies for a Trans Pacific Partnership free trade deal, some provinces are still clinging to parochial, protectionist barriers. The provincial booze trade impediment was brought into the light with the announcement…
Some provinces are injuring their own potential by simplistically and reflexively opposing sensible economic opportunities.
Claims range from $2 billion to $50 billion annually. What’s the real number?
Lacking innovation support for Canadian manufacturers is also identified as major barrier.
Canada and dozens of other industrialized nations have agreed after 14 years of talks to give foreign companies greater access to each other’s government procurement contracts.