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SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileCanadian clothing manufacturers are hoping the federal government will use Thursday’s budget to boost the number of articles bearing the ‘Made in Canada’ label by cutting duties on the importation of raw materials.The clothing manufacturing industry says import duties on raw materials are a serious obstacle for Canadian companies. ((CBC))The North American manufacturing industry has struggled since free trade opened the market to clothing from abroad.Fifty per cent of jobs in the Canadian textile industry were lost over the past decade after the federal government dropped tariffs on cheaper made clothing from overseas, according to a lobby group representing some 500 Canadian manufacturers.Though higher gas prices and changing attitudes haveprovide a recent boost to the industry, high duties remain a serious obstacle for Canadian manufacturers according to the Canadian Apparel Federation.”You could have a garment that is made in Vancouver, or Montreal or Toronto and you are paying up to 14 per cent duty just on fabric so that makes you uncompetitive,” said the group’s executive director, Bob Kirke.The increasing cost and uncertainty involved in importing goods from halfway around the world is forcing many companies to reconsider imports in favour of domestic production, Kirke said.Consumers are more and more interested in buying locally made products, he said.”I think that is a really positive development, because you’re essentially taking some jobs back from China,” said Kirke. “I think the key is for us as an industry is to keep our costs down to the point where its not a huge surcharge to purchase domestically and that is why we’ve been asking the government to reduce the surcharge on raw materials.”The Gap Inc., is one clothing company that is turning to Canadian manufacturers.
It’s very dangerous, you have people coming into the country, and we don’t know who they are, and what they will do.”And despite his war of words and prolonged feud with Fox News host Megyn Kelly, which started when she asked him to explain a series of insults he’s used against women, Melania Trump says her husband treats woman equal to men.”Women are treated equal. He treats women equal. It’s not woman or man, you are human,” she said.Melania Trump has been largely absent from the campaign trail, spending most of her time in New York with the couple’s 9 year old son, Barron.