Foreign News: Common Advantages

"Among the common advantages to British manufacturers starting in Canada are ridiculously low taxation, compared with the taxation in Great Britain, electricity, a comparatively cheap form of industrial power, and Canada's enjoyment of an enviable freedom from industrial disputes."

Thus editorialed, last week, the Yorkshire Post, chief organ of the woolen industry in Yorkshire, England. To point the moral of its editorial the Post recalled that potent Yorkshire Woolman John Moore is about to dismantle his English mills and transfer the machinery to Victoria, British Columbia.


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