Three nations under god indivisible

The softwood lumber controversy and calls for a national energy strategy have kept a few NAFTA issues on the newspaper pages and in the minds of Canadians. Despite this negative attention, and other reasonable detractions, doesn’t a renegotiation of NAFTA still seem unlikely?

“Look at the results,” NAFTA supporters tell us, they’re undeniable. Well, researchers at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives have and remind us, in this tour de force, that NAFTA is still not working for North America’s workers.

Isn’t it time for a new approach?



1 Comment

  1. O'Smiley said,

    Saturday, 7 October 2006 at 10:40 am

    I agree. Canada definitely needs to review the benefits of being part of the NAFTA agreement. That said, I don’t think I am knowledgeable enough on the NAFTA agreement and its benefits to say whether or not Canada should be a part.

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