A chess game is unfolding in the world’s most prosperous trade relationship, one that appears for the time being to be stopping US President...Read More NAFTA and Canada’s strategic patience
The headlines today are full of stories on the North American Free Trade Agreement, and rightly so. But while NAFTA rules the front pages,...Read More Green government procurement can help companies compete
Le ministre des Finances du Québec Carlos Leitão annonçait le 2 novembre dernier que le Régime de rentes du Québec (RRQ) serait bonifié au...Read More La bonification du RRQ : une flexibilité accrue
At the Paris climate conference in December 2015, Canada reaffirmed its target of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 30 percent from the 2005...Read More How the oil sands make our GHG targets unachievable
With the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) on shaky ground, Canada’s participation in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP, previously...Read More The Pacific Alliance: Canada’s best option for trade in Asia
Canada is not an economic giant when compared with other global energy producers, but we compete head to head with the world’s energy leaders...Read More Generation energy or economic policy for a generation?
The news trickling out of the APEC Summit in Vietnam on November 10 was confusing. Was the Trans-Pacific Partnership moving ahead, did Prime Minister Justin Trudeau sabotage efforts to revive it, or was it being “re-revived” after all? Only...Read More The APEC summit and Canada’s reputation in Asia