Where’s Canada falling short in its plan to be a trade superpower?
— Special to The Globe and Mail
Headlines over rail and terminal capacity to get western grain to market and the recent shutdown of Port Metro Vancouver are a reminder that trade and transportation go hand in hand. Saskatchewan’s Premier Brad Wall warned that Canada’s reputation as a “reliable supplier” has taken a hit.
We have work to do both in continuing to open markets abroad and in ensuring reliable trade routes within Canada.