Five-fold jump in carbon tax would help Liberals reach climate targets, but may challenge competitiveness

But unless you're a farmer who actually works and farms the land, you are just living in a rural community, you are not an economic driver. In that case you are just living rural, and you are a drain on the economy


I may be mistaken but I thought rural centres have all sorts of companies providing goods and services to our agricultural sector.

Farming supplies

Seed retailers

fertilizer supply

manure management

farm machinery servicing

farm machinery retailers

irrigation supplies


Shall I continue, or have you grasped the point?

Perhaps you ought to stumble out of the 905 area once and get som perspective on how Canada really is

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