An article in Toronto's Globe & Mail claims that the jobs leaving Canada for China and India are being replaced by better jobs.
The bulk of new positions are in professions that pay higher than average. And the jobs that are disappearing are in low-paid industries.
"I don't know where this idea came from that manufacturing jobs are great, There's nothing exciting about hacking away at a pig carcass outside of Brandon, Man. said Phil Cross, chief of economic analysis at Statistics Canada."
That's strange. The Economist that said that financial service jobs will soon be following the manufacturers' they support to China.
And, if a low-priced Chinese car hits the North American market, what's going to happen to the auto industry which fuels Ontario's economy?