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Opinion: Trade missions to Asia helps Alberta take care of business

Donald Trump’s announcement that he will withdraw the United States from the trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) effectively killed the massive trade deal while simultaneously tearing a hole in Western Canada’s trade agenda in Asia. 653 more words


Liberal government reviewing ban on Chinese oilsands ownership

As the federal Liberal government moves to open Asian markets for Canadian energy through pipeline approvals, it is also reviewing restrictions targeting Chinese investment in the oilsands, Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr said this week. 640 more words


Can Trump make U.S. industry great again?

Donald Trump in his campaign promised to reverse the decline of American manufacturing.

Can he do it?  I’m willing to be pleasantly surprised, but I don’t think so. 647 more words

The Passing Scene

Crawford: Electoral reform would actually help the Liberals make better decisions

As surely as the receding tide slowly unveils a submerged coastline, the current juncture in Canadian public affairs is revealing a long familiar pattern, almost as old as Canada itself: the gradual de-radicalization of a Liberal election platform. 571 more words


TED@UPS: What if Trade Was Used to Fight Terrorism?

Romaine Seguin believes in the power of trade. That’s because she’s seen first-hand how trade can transform impoverished communities around the world.

Learn more about this important issue by watching Romaine’s talk from TED@UPS 2016 below, and then check out our most recent conversation with Romaine about her experience as a TED speaker. 453 more words

Trade Policy

Former prime minister Paul Martin speaks about business, issues he's passionate about and Donald Trump

Q&A: Karl Moore speaks with Paul Martin

Karl Moore is a professor of strategy and organization at the Desautels Faculty of Management at McGill University. In this exclusive interview he speaks with Paul Martin. 1,174 more words


Trump will 'Make America Great Again' at Canada's expense

Among the pernicious American protectionist policies threatening to undermine Canada’s economic dependence on U.S. exports is the ‘border adjustment’ framework that would see all American imports taxed at 20 per cent, while simultaneously making all American exports tax-exempt. 491 more words

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