Canadian Manufacturing

Tailings, potash and China trade: Canada’s economic year in review

Panel weighs in on trade, energy, tariffs and currency.

December 29, 2010  by Staff

TORONTO: Tailings ponds, a rejected potash deal and Ontario’s green energy push all got the thumbs down in a year-in-review of good and bad economic developments published by the Globe and Mail.

The expert panel did find some positive Canadian developments this year, such as scrapping the penny and strengthening trade ties with India and China.

Find out how the panel rated the F35 fighter, import tariffs for machinery and equipment, and the cost of oil.