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Canadian contracts

Bombardier has once again announced it's behind schedule in producing new streetcars for the T-T-C. The company was originally chosen to supply the new streetcars partly to support Canadian manufacturing jobs. Now, T-T-C staff are considering whether Bombardier should even be in the running for future contracts. In light of this, Guest Host Helen Mann talked to an economics professor about whether it's worthwhile to "buy Canadian".
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