You would think the government could buy Made In Canada merchandise for Canada 150 celebrations, right?
It turns out that over 70% of all Canada 150 merchandise purchased by the government is foreign-made.
Of those foreign made products, the majority of it was made (you probably guessed it) in China.
Out of $2 million in spending, $1.15 million was spent on China-made products.
Pakistan was second, with the Trudeau government spending $104,505 on Pakistan-made merchandise.
This is disgraceful.
The excuse of the government is that “international trade agreements” don’t let them direct the contracts to Canadians.
If that’s true (and we know there’s always a way to ensure Canadian companies get contracts), it’s a great argument against the globalist obsession with so-called “free trade” that robs us of our sovereignty.
Canada 150 merchandise should have been made and manufactured exclusively by Canadian companies within our borders.
Favouring China… again
Nobody believes the government had no choice but to give those contracts to China. In every other instance, the Trudeau government has put the interests of China ahead of the interests of Canada, and this is no exception.
Even on Canada 150, this government doesn’t put Canada first.
The elites want to hide their many failures behind political correctness, deception, and manipulation. We need to push back and spread the truth.
That’s why I write.
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