One more failure to add to the ever growing list of the liberals.
How many more billions are the people of Canada willing to lose under this government before enough is enough? The economic engine of this nation from all sectors has not only seemly stalled, it has completely seized up under Trudeau.
While the potential loss of $3.7 billion seems small compared to the overall $60 billion in ag exports, the lack of action by this weak Prime Minister and the rest of his inept cabinet ministers to seriously address this issue with urgency, could cost Canadian producers much higher losses as the virtue signalling, globetrotting Liberal Party seem more intent on embarrassing this nation on almost a daily basis with their pet projects, fake climate emergency issues, and apology tours for issues that bear zero context in today’s current events.
It is high time Canada gets the leadership, strength and government that works on behalf of all Canadians, puts the real context of what the nation wants and needs through real growth and an investment in the economic well being of the nation for once, instead of cheap, hollow rhetoric, and empty slogans without the action to back them up.
Canadians don’t want handouts, or “loans” to prosper, we need real working solutions to get our goods, both raw and manufactured to global markets at a fair price, something the liberals clearly are not, nor were they ever ready to do.
The unprecedented number of diplomatic disputes and non-tariff trade barriers affecting the export of Canadian agricultural products is now at “crisis” level, a prairie farm group is warning.
In a letter to federal Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau this week, Western Canadian Wheat Growers president Gunter Jochum said the government must use any diplomatic or legal action necessary — including trade retaliation — to ensure farmers have market access for their products. He said farmers are frustrated over a perceived lack of government action so far and will require financial compensation if something is not done soon to resolve the trade challenges affecting the sector.
“We do not say this callously or with greed,” Jochum said in the letter. “We say this out of utter frustration with the lack of support we have been shown.”