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Strengthening Canadian Supply Chain Resiliency


The economic fallout from COVID-19 has brought into focus the need to strengthen supply chain resiliency. The principle of advancing national interests should be what guides the federal and provincial government’s approach to supply chains in the context of our market-oriented economy, where government does not control supply chains but instead incentivizes private sector behaviour.



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