Canada's scorn of Donald Trump's protectionism stinks of hypocrisy: Neil Macdonald

We insist on maintaining a lopsided, non-reciprocal system, in which our retailers can sell up to $1,000 Cdn worth of goods with no impediment whatever. American retailers wishing to sell into Canada, meanwhile, face a slurry of taxes, duties and red tape on any shipment worth more than $20 Cdn.

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