By Olivier Rancourt
and Krystle Wittevrongel
The theme of the post-COVID-19 economic recovery is on everyone’s lips, and there’s no shortage of debate about what should be done. According to some, the government should raise taxes on the rich, as if this were a way to promote growth. For others, this is an opportunity to implement an ecological transition, something that poses a big risk for the Canadian economy. Yet there is a simpler, less risky way to get from A to B: Free up interprovincial trade once and for all.