15 June 2018

Ask a part-time drama teacher

You, the consumer, pay through the nose to enable Quebec dairy producers to live large...

For decades, Canada has protected its dairy industry, erecting trade barriers that diminish foreign competition and result in higher prices for Canadian consumers. Fluid milk is 241 percent, cheese is 245.5 percent, ice cream is 277 percent, cream is 292.5 percent, and butter is 298.5 percent.

While this has prompted longstanding complaints by the United States and other exporters, the tariffs have survived, thanks in part to a strong dairy lobby that Canadian politicians have been loath to oppose.


2 comments:

Anonymous said...

old white guy says-------------as I have said before, think Quebec.

Neo Conservative said...

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you get the government you deserve.
"justin, justin... show us your
tits"


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