Interprovincial free trade within 100 days? History isn't on Scheer's side - 2019-10-16

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F182.png Interprovincial free trade within 100 days? History isn't on Scheer's side October 16, 2019, Jonathon Gatehouse, CBC News

The date has been set, even if the formal invitations have yet to be sent out.

Now all that remains is for Andrew Scheer to find a way to deliver on a promise that has eluded every Canadian prime minister since Confederation.

On Tuesday, the Conservative leader offered a preview of what he hopes to accomplish during his first 100 days in office — should he win the Oct. 21 election. And at the head of the list is a vow to broker a new, internal free-trade agreement that would eliminate all interprovincial barriers.

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