Internal Trade

A truly open Canadian market – and a free flow of people, goods and services – is critical to a competitive national economy.

Internal Trade

A truly open Canadian market – and a free flow of people, goods and services – is critical to a competitive national economy.

Our Position

As internal trade barriers cost Canada’s economy more than $14 billion each year, a truly open market, including the free flow of people, goods and services, within Canada is long past due. While continuing to strengthen the 1995 Agreement on Internal Trade, the federal government must work with the provinces and territories to develop a more robust, pan-Canadian agreement.

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