Random GPC Policy of the Day: Canadian Ownership

Today’s Random Green Party Policy of the Day from Vision Green is page 129:

“In recent years more and more of Canada’s major companies and control over natural resources have been bought out by foreign-owned corporations. This is not in the best interests of Canadians.

Green Party MPs will:

- Sponsor and support legislation that restricts foreign ownership in Canada in strategic sectors so that Canadians remain in control of the destiny of Canada, reap the benefits from the exploitation of Canadian resources, and retain the right to determine their use and rate of exploitation.”

Quick Translation: Our fossil fuel and mineral sectors are almost completely foreign-controlled. We have almost no control over our own resources. And we want it back to ensure Canada stays strong.

Won’t it feel good to vote Green!

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