150th Is Not Made In Canada

Federal agencies did not purchase a single made-in-Canada souvenir for the 150th anniversary of Confederation, according to new data. Authorities placed all orders with foreign suppliers, including China-made pins and tote bags and hockey pucks from the U.S.: “Everybody got a piece of the action except Canadian manufacturers.”

This content is for Blacklock’s Reporter members only. Please login to view this content. (Register here.)

Back to Top