TORONTO, Ont. – The OTA appeared before the Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs at Queen’s Park Feb. 10.
Ontario Trucking Association president David Bradley told the committee how Ontario’s prospects for economic growth and prosperity are vulnerable and will remain so until inefficiencies at the border and the competitiveness of Ontario exports in the U.S. market have been addressed appropriately.
In the 2004 budget, OTA is hoping to see:
Investment in Strategic Highway Infrastructure (i.e. border investment in Windsor);
Harmonization with the Federal Goods & Services Tax (GST).
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