How about our own tariff for GM Oshawa closure?
If the auto industry is as critical to the Canadian economy as has been stated, then any risk to it could be deemed a grave security threat to Canada.
Perhaps Canada should take a page from U.S. President Donald Trump’s playbook and impose, under the rationale of “national security,” a 20 per cent tariff on all GM vehicles above the number produced in Canada that are sold in Canada.
The money obtained could be used to assist auto workers laid off due to the GM plant closure. John Summerfield Winchester