(Paola Loriggio – Canadian Press)
The Ontario government is pushing back against New York State’s Buy American law by limiting public sector procurement with suppliers in that state.
A new regulation that took effect Sunday restricts government contracts with New York State suppliers, specifically when it comes to the use of structural iron.
In a statement Monday, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said the move is a response to legislation that took effect in New York State this weekend requiring the use of American-made iron in certain government road and bridge construction projects. Click here to read more.