Food security is a pressing concern in emerging markets. Saskatchewan is the bread basket of Canada. Combine the two, factor in the leadership of Premier Brad Wall, and the result is the exponential growth in exports that the province has seen in just one year.
Last year, Saskatchewan was singlehandedly responsible for 40 percent of Canada's exports to India, for instance. They export more to non-U.S. customers even than Alberta.
Wall joins me to talk about his winning strategy, which includes focusing on the provinces strengths: along with agriculture, that means potash and uranium.
He also offers some friendly advice to the new NDP government in Alberta.
I'm blown away by what Saskatchewan has accomplished, especially considering its relatively small population.
Brad Wall's province may be the last brightly burning light for economic freedom in Canada.
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