As a trading nation, Canada must continue to trade and boost exports—but not at any cost, says Davies.
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Puppets of Canada’s premiers gamble on higher drug costs at a mock CETA negotiating table, in a Sept. 16 event in front of Parliament Hill organized by the Council of Canadians, which has been critical of the deal.
Don Davies Published: Wednesday, 10/31/2012 12:00 am EDT
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