Tear down these walls : dismantling Canada's internal trade barriers / The Honourable David Tkachuk, chair ; The Honourable Joseph A. Day, deputy chair.: YC11-0/421-5E-PDF

"This report examines issues pertaining to Canada’s internal trade barriers, including: existing internal trade barriers, the reasons for their existence, and their economic, social and other effects on Canadians, Canadian businesses and the country’s economy; variations in regulatory requirements across provinces/territories, and the ways in which such variations may limit the free flow of people, goods, services and investment across Canada; and measures that could be taken by the federal and provincial/territorial governments to eliminate internal trade barriers in order to enhance trade, as well as to promote economic growth and prosperity"--Provided by publisher.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce.
Title Tear down these walls : dismantling Canada's internal trade barriers / The Honourable David Tkachuk, chair ; The Honourable Joseph A. Day, deputy chair.
Variant title Dismantling Canada's internal trade barriers
Series title Report of the Standing Senate Committee on Banking, Trade and Commerce ; [5th report, 42nd Parliament, 1st session]
Publication type Series - View Master Record
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Electronic document
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Des murs à démolir : démantèlement des barrières au commerce intérieur au Canada.
Cover title.
“June 2016.”
Publishing information Ottawa : Senate, Canada, 2016.
Author / Contributor Tkachuk, David.
Day, Joseph A.
Description vi, 50 p. : col. ill.
Catalogue number
  • YC11-0/421-5E-PDF
Subject terms Domestic trade
Non-tariff trade barriers
Government policy
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