FACE OFF: Buy Local VS Buy Global

The “buy local” movement has been around in some form since international trade and globalization began. In Canada, a “Buy Canadian” movement began as early as 1914, when the First World War economy saw imported products as a threat for the first time.


3 reasons why you shouldn’t buy local

The idea of supporting local businesses is inherently appealing, but “buy local” campaigns may hurt the same businesses they’re designed to support.