June 14, 2016

Kevin Waugh (Saskatoon—Grasswood)
2016-06-14 12:16 [p.4454]

Mr. Speaker, we were talking about liquor moving from province to province. The black market in our country is enormous. What I mean by black market is that people leave my province of Saskatchewan with their pick-up trucks and go to Alberta. Even though the beer is produced in Saskatoon, it is cheaper in the next province. People can drive over with their trucks, fill them up, go back to their province, and as long as they do not get checked, they have made great savings. It is happening every weekend.

The former government did such a great job with opening trade with other countries, so why not with other jurisdictions like the provinces? This is long overdue.

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