Michael Gullo believes improving the state of Canada’s trade-enabling infrastructure should be a pillar of any economic growth plan. He shares this perspective with the Hill Times in a story about the Canada West Foundation’s latest report “From Shovel Ready to Shovel Worth: The Path to a National Trade Infrastructure Plan for the Next Generation of Economic Growth.”

“Something that is more directed around the need to return to economic growth and to take that a little more seriously. I think if that is included and we have an all-hands-on-deck approach where we have different layers of government agreeing that growth is the priority […] it’ll be really hard to work around trade-enabling infrastructure, it will have to be one of the key pillars.”

Michael Gullo, Vice President (Policy), Business Council of Canada