Another fail by the Trudeau government.
Saskatchewan is the biggest agri-goods exporter in Canada.
Yet, the Trudeau government apparently doesn’t plan to visit Saskatchewan on the tour, which was pointed out by Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe:
“How do you even do an agriculture tour in western Canada without coming to Saskatchewan?”
How do you even do an agriculture tour in western Canada without coming to Saskatchewan?https://t.co/xdRHOBdqnH
— Scott Moe (@PremierScottMoe) March 12, 2019
Here’s what the government had said about the tour in a press release:
“Today, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Marie-Claude Bibeau, announced that she will embark on her first agricultural tour. Minister Bibeau will meet with farmers, processors and industry leaders, as well as participate in local agricultural events to highlight strategic federal agricultural investments and programs and how they will help to build an even stronger and more innovative sector for Canada.
The tour begins on March 11 in Vernon, British Columbia and ends on March 13 in Winnipeg, Manitoba with stops in Kelowna, B.C. and Calgary, Alberta.”
It’s a huge oversight, and many people are seeing it as ‘punishment’ for Saskatchewan’s steadfast opposition to the Carbon Tax.
The Trudeau government can’t get anything right.
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