31%
Yes
69%
No
25%
Yes
58%
No
3%
Yes, this will help create and save more jobs
8%
No, a global free trade system is better for our businesses and consumers
3%
Yes, our country has been on the losing side of trade deals for too long
3%
No, this will hurt our manufacturing businesses that rely on importing cheap resources to make their products

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Other Popular Answers

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 @98F2D7Ffrom Alberta answered…2yrs2Y

Add carbon tax inversely to progress on emissions. No domestic carbon tax.

 @97TX4J6from Alberta answered…2yrs2Y

 @96XWM2Cfrom British Columbia answered…2yrs2Y

Depending on whether the producer of the imported products is a large coorporation or a smaller start up business.

 @92TPFLJfrom Manitoba answered…2yrs2Y

Yes but only if they are not party to an existing free trade agreement with Canada

 @9GPTJ2Dfrom British Columbia answered…9mos9MO

Yes, but it should occur in conjunction with the creation of a robust system that provides a balance between reducing the cost to businesses who must access items not available in the current domestic market AND incentivize consumers to prioritize purchasing products from domestic manufacturers

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