First, get the Wheat Board, let's say, out of the hands of Chi-fuking-na. Actually ANYTHING that's Chinese linked we need to take back.I know things have been sold off or sold out and I'd love to hear from the people here on 2 points.
1. What have we lost to outside interests.
2. How do we get it back?
Saudi's owns the majority of the new Wheatboard so they can contract directly to farmersFirst, get the Wheat Board, let's say, out of the hands of Chi-fuking-na. Actually ANYTHING that's Chinese linked we need to take back.
I think anything that's been 'sold off' to outside/other than Canadian interests needs to be looked at to see how it really is benefiting us, regardless of who negotiated it. TBH I'd rather see it all held up for the people of Canada to look at and get their opinion on. It's OURS, we should have input into where it goes if it's not staying in Canada.
As for TM's suggestion about mining and resources... yeahno. Put those things in the hand of industry and they will not GAF about what happens to the local areas they're exploiting for their interests. All they care about is the end $$ amount.
Canadian Grain Act.
The CGCC still functions just fine.
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