Hahaha, Poor Ontario, can't complete ,, awwwh


Durry
#1
Can you believe it, these easterners seem to think the rest of the country owes them a living!!

These losers can't compete to make cars that the Canadian public will like so they want the Feds to put protections in place so they don't lose their jobs!!

Suck it up you losers!!!

Canada-South Korea trade deal worries Ontario auto industry - Politics - CBC News

Ontario is worried Korean-made automobiles will flood the country, putting thousands of jobs in Canada's auto sector at risk, under the terms of a yet-to-be-announced trade deal between Canada and South Korea.

A source familiar with the negotiations told CBC News that Ontario is "very concerned" about the length of the phase-out period for the 6.1 per cent tariff, to be announced on Tuesday.

The province would like to see the longest phase-out possible, but is disappointed that the federal government has not managed to negotiate the seven- or even five-year phase-out period that the EU and U.S. were able to obtain.

Ontario is also disappointed that the federal government has not been able to negotiate a "snap-back" provision, as the U.S. did, which would allow Canada to reimpose tariffs if Korea puts up non-tariff barriers such as strict requirements on engine size, which are prejudicial to North American vehicles.

Etc
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**compete**
 
Locutus
+1
#2
mr wynne is a funny guy
 
Goober
+1
#3
Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

Ontario is also disappointed that the federal government has not been able to negotiate a "snap-back" provision, as the U.S. did, which would allow Canada to reimpose tariffs if Korea puts up non-tariff barriers such as strict requirements on engine size, which are prejudicial to North American vehicles.

That should be included. We have seen how the Chinese use this to prevent imports to protect their industry. But want free trade, oh yes, on their terms.
 
lone wolf
+6
#4  Top Rated Post
Can't complete what? You'd have more credibility if you could spell
 
Goober
+2
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

Can't complete what? You'd have more credibility if you could spell

Asking to much I fear, way to much.
 
lone wolf
+5
#6
Quote: Originally Posted by LocutusView Post

mr wynne is a funny guy

So's Durry. Anyone who blames a whole province of people for their Government's ineptitude is hilarious
 
Goober
+2
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

So's Durry. Anyone who blames a whole province of people for their Government's ineptitude is hilarious

Being an Easterner I could help him, but I will wait.
 
BornRuff
+2
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

That should be included. We have seen how the Chinese use this to prevent imports to protect their industry. But want free trade, oh yes, on their terms.

Yup, this sounds pretty stupid.

It is obviously easier to compete if our government ensures that we are at least on a level playing field with our competition.
 
Goober
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by BornRuffView Post

Yup, this sounds pretty stupid.

It is obviously easier to compete if our government ensures that we are at least on a level playing field with our competition.

Yep- But not Durry- he hates Easterners.
Harper is looking for success.
Another issue is that farmers- agricultural to beef/ pork will have access to larger markets.
 
BornRuff
+1
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Yep- But not Durry- he hates Easterners.
Harper is looking for success.
Another issue is that farmers- agricultural to beef/ pork will have access to larger markets.

How would this affect the farmers who benefit from supply management though?
 
Goober
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by BornRuffView Post

How would this affect the farmers who benefit from supply management though?

Exports up the hoop. Have you noted that grain farmers in the west are losing a bundle as the rail companies cannot ship their product. Yet other products move efficiently.
The US just brought in Country of Origin. This affects beef/pork producers due to the complexity of the rules of origin and labeling. This comes from their beef-pork producers.
 
BruSan
+4
#12
Well I guess easterners have still got twenty or thirty years before we break even on equalization pay-back and no one ever heard us call you westerners losers while we were carrying your azzes and paying taxes to provide farm subsidies so you could compete with other markets.
 
darkbeaver
+5
#13
Nova Scotia built the west, you non easterners owe us money. Don't make us come and get it.Our agents have already infiltrated your infrastructure. Send the oil now.
 
lone wolf
+2
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Exports up the hoop. Have you noted that grain farmers in the west are losing a bundle as the rail companies cannot ship their product. Yet other products move efficiently.
The US just brought in Country of Origin. This affects beef/pork producers due to the complexity of the rules of origin and labeling. This comes from their beef-pork producers.

CP will be kicking their own arses again after having abandoned the Montreal mainline between Mattawa and Smiths Falls. If it doesn't move through the States, traffic has to negotiate the Toronto bottleneck. I'm hearing fines of $100,000 per day
 
darkbeaver
+2
#15
I'm sick to death of gloating westerners, they're still just colonies of the east, uppity rustics with a bit of fast oil money what they waste on loose women and booze. We'll see how fast Uncle Sham vacuums them dry. They'll shrivel up like the limp organs they really are soon enough.
 
mentalfloss
+4
#16
That thread title.

Talk about complete fail.
 
Nuggler
+2
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

CP will be kicking their own arses again after having abandoned the Montreal mainline between Mattawa and Smiths Falls. If it doesn't move through the States, traffic has to negotiate the Toronto bottleneck. I'm hearing fines of $100,000 per day


A tad to late if they decide to kick, since the tracks have been removed, and the sale of the right of way is under negotiation for some kind of a "trail".

That was one of Ontario's most scenic lines to ride; from Carleton Place to above Mattawa. Very beautiful along the Ottawa River.

Talks about "completing". Durry sounds almost as intelligent as CP/CN brass.
 
relic
+1
#18
I get such a kick out of you inbred,illiterate, texas wannabees in alberta. What do Albertans build ? They dig muck {expensive muck, granted } and go in the hole at that. Tell me gomer what the provincial debt of the great alberta is.
 
Cannuck
+2
#19
Quote: Originally Posted by relicView Post

I get such a kick out of you inbred,illiterate, texas wannabees in alberta. What do Albertans build ? They dig muck {expensive muck, granted } and go in the hole at that. Tell me gomer what the provincial debt of the great alberta is.

About negative 6 billion. 73 billion if you take into account our share of the federal debt, which we would pay off in no time if people quit moving here for a year or two. Trying to keep up with infrastructure is a real bitch.

Federal and Provincial debt-clock
 
relic
#20
Yeah ? If people stopped moving there from the east, who would do the work, not albertains. If it weren't for the evil easterners you'd still be living in sod houses.
 
Cannuck
+2
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by relicView Post

Yeah ? If people stopped moving there from the east, who would do the work, not albertains. If it weren't for the evil easterners you'd still be living in sod houses.

Don't be so silly. Immigrants from Asia are far smarter and harder working than easterners.
 
Machjo
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

Can you believe it, these easterners seem to think the rest of the country owes them a living!!

These losers can't compete to make cars that the Canadian public will like so they want the Feds to put protections in place so they don't lose their jobs!!

Suck it up you losers!!!

Canada-South Korea trade deal worries Ontario auto industry - Politics - CBC News

Ontario is worried Korean-made automobiles will flood the country, putting thousands of jobs in Canada's auto sector at risk, under the terms of a yet-to-be-announced trade deal between Canada and South Korea.

A source familiar with the negotiations told CBC News that Ontario is "very concerned" about the length of the phase-out period for the 6.1 per cent tariff, to be announced on Tuesday.

The province would like to see the longest phase-out possible, but is disappointed that the federal government has not managed to negotiate the seven- or even five-year phase-out period that the EU and U.S. were able to obtain.

Ontario is also disappointed that the federal government has not been able to negotiate a "snap-back" provision, as the U.S. did, which would allow Canada to reimpose tariffs if Korea puts up non-tariff barriers such as strict requirements on engine size, which are prejudicial to North American vehicles.

Etc
----/

**compete**

I support the free trade agreement (at least in principle anyway since I haven't read the details yet) and I live in Ontario, or so I thought. Funny that.
 
captain morgan
+2
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

Send the oil now.

Build the P/L and we can settle then

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

I'm sick to death of gloating westerners, they're still just colonies of the east, uppity rustics with a bit of fast oil money what they waste on loose women and booze.

.. And exactly what's wrong with booze and hookers?

You Quakers really crack me up

Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

We'll see how fast Uncle Sham vacuums them dry. They'll shrivel up like the limp organs they really are soon enough.

With what?... Surely you don't mean money, unless they get permission from the Chinese that hold all their debt

Quote: Originally Posted by relicView Post

Yeah ? If people stopped moving there from the east, who would do the work, not albertains. If it weren't for the evil easterners you'd still be living in sod houses.

I sense that you spend much time yelling at your computer screen
 
relic
+2
#24
Then you don't have too much sense then, where in alberta did you say you lived ?

Oh Christ ! What have I done !? I've stooped to your level. Now I'll have to do twelve Hail Alexander's {Keiths}
 
petros
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by GooberView Post

Exports up the hoop. Have you noted that grain farmers in the west are losing a bundle as the rail companies cannot ship their product. Yet other products move efficiently.
The US just brought in Country of Origin. This affects beef/pork producers due to the complexity of the rules of origin and labeling. This comes from their beef-pork producers.

Can't or won't ship grain?
 
Durry
#26
The Free Trade agreement with Korea is a very good deal for Canada.
Because the US already has a Trade agreement with Korea, Canada was losing a lot of trade with Korea because Korea was trading more with the US than with Canada on many of the same commodities.
Now with this agreement in place, Canada should be able to pick up the trade pace with Korea and get us back in the trading game with Korea and other Asian countries.


Stephen Harper takes on Ford over South Korea trade deal - Politics - CBC News
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The free trade agreement will, along with dropping other barriers, phase out Canadian tariffs on imports of South Korean cars over three years.

Under the agreement, Canada's 6.1 per cent tariff on imports of South Korean passenger cars would be phased out in three annual cuts — with the first cut coming as soon as the agreement comes into force.

Key facts and figures from the trade deal

Going the other way, South Korea's eight per cent tariff on imports of cars coming from Canada would be eliminated as soon as the agreement was implemented, as well as South Korea's three to eight per cent tariff on imports of automotive parts.


The agreement is being touted as one that would give Canadians "unprecedented access" to Korea's $1.1-trillion economy and at the same time create "thousands of new jobs" in Canada.


While Ford Canada said it can't support the deal, Harper said the company already has access to the South Korean market through the U.S. and its free trade deal with South Korea.
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Machjo
#27
Durry, you must live in Ontario because I too think it's a good deal.
 
Durry
#28
I don't know why the media is focusing so much on the auto industry, there are a whole lotta other commodities and goods and services that this agreement will give us the ability to sell to Korea. And this in turn will give us a window to sell to other Asian countries.
 
lone wolf
#29
Cars are big bucks. They're built to be broken
 
darkbeaver
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by DurryView Post

I don't know why the media is focusing so much on the auto industry, there are a whole lotta other commodities and goods and services that this agreement will give us the ability to sell to Korea. And this in turn will give us a window to sell to other Asian countries.

The only thing you'll be selling in Asia is the remaining Canadian taxpayers. Take you're TPP and stuff it.
 

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