Time to clearly show the Canadian value in TPP

Higher animal protection standards, less use of antibiotics and hormones or enhancing biodiversity are possibilities for differentiation from imports and would result in higher producer prices.

Embassy Photo: Peter Mazereeuw
Supporters of Canada's dairy farmers on Parliament Hill, Sept. 29.
Adrian Mattmann
Published: Wednesday, 10/14/2015 12:00 am EDT

We live in a more and more globalized world. We use everyday goods and services produced on the other side of the globe. In such a time, a system like supply management, that limits exports and imports to a very low level, needs a review.

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