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Bill C-18 committee  I have not seen a viable plan for moving forward. There are all kinds of uncertainties and many, many bridges to cross.

November 2nd, 2011Committee meeting

Prof. Kenneth A. Rosaasen

Bill C-18 committee  I would concur that it is adding tremendous instability. People who own short-line railways and have money invested ask how this is going to run. What provisions are going to be in place in the bill to make sure that when we load cars, we can have them unloaded? Who is going to p

November 2nd, 2011Committee meeting

Prof. Kenneth A. Rosaasen

Bill C-18 committee  There were numbers of studies, and--

November 2nd, 2011Committee meeting

Prof. Kenneth A. Rosaasen

Bill C-18 committee  It's contrary to economic theory to say you'll do better for the community without a single desk than you will with it. That's what the people who have looked at the books say. Sometimes you get people who look at a spot price across the U.S. to make a comparison and say, ‚ÄúToda

November 2nd, 2011Committee meeting

Prof. Kenneth A. Rosaasen

Bill C-18 committee  There are advantages, but sometimes one individual says their freedom is constrained. So it's based on an emotional argument rather than the solid economic case.

November 2nd, 2011Committee meeting

Prof. Kenneth A. Rosaasen

Bill C-18 committee  Thank you, Mr. Chairman, and good evening. I'm Kenneth Rosaasen. I'm an agricultural economist, a professor at the University of Saskatchewan. I grew up on a family farm, and I continue to farm with my family on a farm that started in 1905. I'd like to outline some of the lon

November 2nd, 2011Committee meeting

Professor Kenneth A. Rosaasen