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Read the Senate report: The Canada-USA price gap

Canadian consumers feel "ripped off" by higher prices in Canada than in the U.S., says a report by a Senate committee studying price gaps between the two countries, recommending Ottawa review Canadian tariffs and other matters with an eye to reducing the price discrepancies.

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The Canada-USA price gap

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