The Canadian PressNovember 3, 2013 16:30
LANCASTER, Ont. - As they've crossed the country for the past two weeks plugging the Canada-Europe free trade pact, Conservative cabinet ministers have posed with an Ontario tool maker, a Saskatchewan grocer and a British Columbia cattleman, to name a few.
But they can't quite land Margaret Peters. Not yet, anyway.
"Most people are still apprehensive about what the outcome could be," said Peters, an award-winning artisan cheese maker from just outside Lancaster, Ont., an hour's drive southeast of Ottawa.