It can and it could and it mustn't. Therefore, the reality is this: I go back to one tweet from Orillia a while ago that pointed out French's versus Heinz ketchup and embarrassed Loblaws with a tomato to the eye. The reality becomes the issue of ensuring that Canada remains in a position of innovation, and that innovation is able to prosper because we have invested in research in front of it. We are a country of vast resources that can reach other markets, if the doors are open. If we want to compete at the lowest price of everything, we will not be able to sustain our economy in the circumstance that workers currently enjoy. We always have to be looking for the highest value-added to move it out the door and get it there. The issue then is ensuring that you are reaching those markets with high value to ensure that you've got a customer for life.
On April 18th, 2016. See this statement in context.