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Sluggish economy could make TPP trickier for Trudeau

By Shachi Kurl January 27, 2016 – News the Trudeau Liberals will sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership – the 12-country trade deal involving nations that line the Pacific Rim – has the potential to take a different tone against the backdrop of

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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Canadians say trade deal is good for consumers, uncertain of impact on jobs, the economy

Canadian opinion dominated by uncertainty as full text of twelve-country agreement still under wraps October 22, 2015 – The Trans-Pacific Partnership – the 12-country trade agreement between nations along the Pacific Rim – will be among the first major foreign

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Canadians open to bigger trade relationships, but uncertainty lingers over Trans-Pacific Partnership

Nearly half of Canadians say they don’t know enough about the proposed TPP to have an opinion. April 29, 2015 – Canadians appear to be increasingly bullish about building closer ties with trading partners in the Americas, Europe and Asia,

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The Modi Visit: Canadians express interest in free trade with India, doubts about nuclear deal

April 14, 2015 – As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives on a three-day state visit to Canada, people in this country feel positively towards his homeland in general, but their top-of-mind images of the country aren’t always glowing. They

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Half of working Canadians call overtime a “choice”, but the vast majority are doing it

Managers, executives say they burn the midnight oil most; union members more likely to be compensated February 16, 2015 – As Canadians in several provinces mark the last day of a long weekend, new research from the Angus Reid Institute

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On promoting economic growth and innovation, Canadians say government, not business, should be responsible

October 23, 2014 – A majority of Canadians say government, rather than the business community, should be primarily responsible for promoting economic growth and innovation in this country. That is the finding of an Angus Reid Institute (ARI) online survey

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