Wednesday, November 09, 2016

Burning questions

How does a new U.S. president focusing on actual protectionism (not "trade barriers" in the form of the incidental effects of governance in the public interest) affect the viability of Brad Wall's GTH and bypass projects which depend on perpetually expanding trade?

And are we stuck with the multi-billion-dollar costs the Saskatchewan Party has tried to lock us into even if we'd otherwise be best served reexamining what's being developed?

1 comment:

  1. I think there will be a lot of pressure by oilygarks to build pipelined to Canada, from factory farms to encourage Mexican labour and from lots of other business and financial elites to be business friendly. Trump is a member of the financial elite ; will he be able to resist?