Crossing the line again

Staff writer
November 2, 2012 01:00 AM


Without bothering to involve Canadians, even in Parliament, about a Canadian trade deal with China, the federal government has yet again crossed the line for undemocratic action. This trade deal will commit us for a minimum of three decades, and looks to be of net benefit to China; it places trade above all other factors of Canadian life. It will come into effect in early November.

Please read Elizabeth May's website for information and sign the petition at if you find it abhorrent.

Linda Hoechstetter, Roberts Creek

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