In Canada, the intersection of pride and common sense is marked by flashing red lights. Pride and a desire to preserve jobs has led to local campaigns encouraging Canadians to buy domestic, preferably union-made, products. It started in January with a “buy what your neighbor builds” grassroots movement in Windsor, Ont., a Canadian Auto Workers union stronghold. Local businesses that fail to show support by displaying a special logo are subject to boycott and CAW members who drive ...
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