In this exclusive interview, H.E. David MacNaughton talks about the critical role that he plays, as Canada’s Ambassador to it’s most important ally, during this critical time in Canada-U.S. relations.
Tag: Justin Trudeau
Canada’s International Assistance Review: More Focus, if not More Funding
With Canada’s New International Assistance Policy and Budget 2017 around the corner, the Trudeau government is expected to offer a new focus for foreign aid, if not much more funding.
Canada’s One Percent
We are having the wrong conversation about Canadian defence spending.
Is Canada Going to Have its Own Refugee Crisis?
Canada has experienced a growing number of asylum seekers from the United States in recent weeks. Is this the beginning of Canada’s own refugee crisis?
NAFTA: New and Unimproved
With Donald Trump in the White House, NAFTA is likely to be renegotiated—and unlikely to be fixed.
The Dragon has Arrived: Security Implications of Canada’s Renewed Relationship with China.
The reversal occurred following the recent meetings and fundraisers with Chinese officials raises questions concerning Canada’s national security.
A ‘Standing Rock’ in Canada?
Will protests against the Kinder Morgan Expansion become Canada’s ‘Standing Rock’? In this article, Juthika Hasan explores how the environmental and First Nations reaction to the approval of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Expansion Project could echo the ‘Standing Rock’ protests in the United States.
Leaving the Whitehouse: Obama’s policy legacy and its lasting affects on North America
In her article article about Obama’s legacy, Ida Mannisto explores how closely two of Barack Obama’s key foreign policy legacies aligned with Justin Trudeau’s position on the issues.
Canada’s new carbon pricing policy: 4 questions to consider
Prime Minister Trudeau’s recent carbon pricing policy has been a prominent topic of discussion. Catherine Gao explores four questions that may come up to be addressed before 2018.
What is the Future of Canadian Democracy Promotion Abroad?
What is the future of Canadian Democracy Promotion? In her article Charlotte Le Vay explores how democracy promotion has changed between governments in the last three decades.