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Should we protect our national champions?

Stelco, Inco and Potash. Should Canadian governments protect our economic crown jewels, or let market forces determine who is best at running our biggest companies. Are we really allowing the 'hollowing out' of our economy and losing opportunities for innovation? Outspoken Laval University economist Stephen Gordon is no fan of government protection. Join Prof. Gordon on Thursday morning at 9 a.m. for a live discussion on the economics of foreign ownership.





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