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Repealing NAFTA would have negative affects and positive ones if an alternate genuine free trade agreement was put in its place. NAFTA is more of a preferential trade agreement than a Free Trade Agreement.

Canada is the #1 supplier of oil and the #1 trading partner of the United States, more than a billion dollars of goods crosses our borders every day. Canada is one of the few nations in the world that is similar to America in its people, and its culture (minus the radical patriotism), and to jeopordize trade, or friendship between the two nations is ludicrous.

That being said, repealing NAFTA, is in Canadian interest not so much American. The agreement is greatly biased in American favor.