“You can’t import a vision … you can’t duplicate legacy. You can’t import the heart and soul of every man and woman workin’ on the line,” Bob Dylan said in a Chrysler commercial earlier this year.
Maybe so, but how can we bring some manufacturing back to the shores of North America, or at least slow the decline of that sector?
The climate in Canada is more favourable now, with a declining dollar, cheaper natural gas to power factories and rising labour costs in Asia, which makes North America more competitive.
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