What Canada does not take advantage of

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Weed James Alexander Michie

Yan Boissonneault, left, and James Gallagher are seen at a legal medical grow-op they oversee in Mission, B.C., on Dec. 5, 2018. They operate a handful of small legal medical grow-ops in British Columbia and are among the "craft" producers who hope to use their skills in the fledgling recreational market.Darryl Dyck / The Canadian Press

Some consider that Canada is really silly since it cannot make money with oil or whether it is drugs. Likewise, it is considered that possibly Canada could be the only country with legal marijuana and a large amount of oil. Despite this, he really cannot do anything with any of them.

Undoubtedly, there are those who get money really easy because of drugs, for example, the big criminals. Likewise, it was suggested that in Canada, marijuana should be legalized in order to keep the business under control. It seems that if it turned out. In fact, now there is a shortage of things and Ottawa is busy looking for places that do not want marijuana stores within their limits.

While on the other hand, it is difficult not to make money with oil. Being that the sovereign wealth fund of Norway, the largest in the world, contains the U.S. $ 1 trillion of oil profits. It should be noted that this fund is so important in Norway that it has its own television program, a situation comedy about the clash between high finance and innate Nordic moderation. Likewise, oil is the only reason why the Middle East is flooded with petro-princes, hereditary monarchs and truly rich heirs of the throne.

The effect of oil

Around the world, various corrupt politicians have gained weight due to oil theft. However, this is not the case in Canada. And in Canada, the oil business has been so deeply affected by political interference that the federal government felt compelled to offer $ 1.6 billion in aid to an industry struggling to keep its head above water.

In fact, according to the Minister of International Trade Diversification, Jim Carr, expressed exactly “Today, our government is taking the next critical steps with new measures to protect and promote the natural advantage of Canada” he added, “The measures reflect our belief that the energy sector of Alberta is not only the historical backbone of our economy but a key part of our country’s future”.

Similarly, according to Carr Alberta’s struggle to earn money with one of the most sought-after products in the world is based mainly on “liquidity”. Likewise, it is the adoption of policies by the liberal government, so contrary to national interests that no one wants to risk building an oil pipeline that can alleviate the huge gap between world oil prices and the price Alberta obtains. While in the same way, it is a country that has allowed the culture of disdain for its “natural advantage” to grow.

Source: Kelly McParland | National Post

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